CARN EUNY ANCIENT VILLAGE
Sancreed, West Cornwall

Description:
The remains of an Iron Age settlements with stone huts and an intriguing curved passage, or fogou. Also see the ancient and lonely early warning beacon of Sancreed (free)

Location
1.25 miles sw of Sancreed (about 6 miles west of Penzance, west Cornwall) Rail: :Penzance 6 miles

Opening Times
Any reasonable time

Admission Prices:
Free

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CHARLESTOWN SHIPWRECK & HERITAGE CENTRE
Quay Rd, Charlestown PL25 3NJ Tel 01726 69897

Description:
This award winning centre in the historic working port of Charlestown offers a fascinating insight into both Charlestown and shipwrecks (for which Cornwall is famous) and has the largest, most wide ranging display of material recovered by divers in the UK

Location
At Charleston near St. Austell (south coast) signed from A390

Opening Times:
Mar-Nov 10-5 (later in high season)

Disabled Access
Facilities, yes.

Admission Prices:
Unconfirmed

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CHYSAUSTER ANCIENT VILLAGE
Gulval, Cornwall Tel 01736 61889

Description:
A deserted Romano-Cornish village with a 'street' of eight well reserved houses, each comprising of a number of rooms around an open court.

Location
2.5 NW of Gulval off B3311 (West Cornwall about 6 miles north of Penzance)

Opening Times:
Mar-Oct 10-6 or dusk

Admission Prices:
Adults £1.50 Children 80p EH

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CORNWALL MARITIME MUSEUM
2 Bells Court, Market St., Falmouth TR11 2AZ Tel 01326 316745

Description:
An insight into Cornwall's maritime heritage with smuggling, shipbuilding, superstions amongst its themes

Location
Falmouth (south costa, Cornwall)

Opening Times:
Summer 10-4 Winter 10-3

Disabled Access
Unconfirmed

Admission Prices:
Adults £1 Children 50p

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COTEHELE
St Dominick, near Saltash PL12 6TA Tel 01579 351346

Description: House
Built 1485-1627 the house contains original furniture, armour and a remarkable collection of tapestries and other textiles. There is a series of formal gardens and a richly planted valley garden including medieval dovecote, stewpond and Victorian summerhouse. There is an 18c tower with fine views.

Location
Near St Domonick between Tavistock and Saltash on the banks of the Tamar. A390 or A388 or over the Saltash Bridge or by river from Plymouth Boat Cruises (01752 822797) Rail: Calstock (not Sun)

Opening Times:
Ar-Oct 11-5.30 (5 in Oc). Closed Friday's

Disabled Access
Hall and kitchen accessible to wheelchair. Garden is steep

Admission Prices:
Unconfirmed NT

 

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