Morwellham Quay, Open all year, Admission charge.

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There is parking close to the entrance, although with gravel surface, and the reception and toilets are accessible to wheelchair users. The majority of the site has cobbled/uneven surfaces and steep slopes. Some paths are not accessible to wheelchairs.

Brief Description

Morwellham Quay is a working Victorian era village, mine and craft centre. There are cottages, workshops and a schoolhouse with demonstrations of how people lived and worked in the 19th century. There is also a train ride to discover about life in the copper mines.


Accessible toilets, café, playground, various themed activities.

Opening Hours

Winter 10am – 4pm

Summer 10am - 6pm

Admission Prices

Adults - £9.95

Children - £7.95 (under 3's free)

Concessions - £8.95

Family - £32.95

The 'Mine Experience' train ride is charged as an extra:

Adults - £4.50

Children - £3.50


Morwellham, near Tavistock, Devon, PL19 8JL



01822 832766



From Tavistock, follow A390 towards Liskeard. From Cornwall follow A390 towards Tavistock and take a right turn after Gunnislake Bridge. Morwellham Quay is well signposted on the brown signs.


A regular bus service runs between Tavistock and Lumburn, with a 30 minute walk to the Quay. For times and fares visit

Nearest train station Gunnislake.

Travel Information

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Or call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33
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