Morwellham Quay, Open all year, Admission charge.
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.
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.
Winter 10am – 4pm
Summer 10am - 6pm
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
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 www.travelinsw.com
Nearest train station Gunnislake.