We'd read about the museum on here, so it wasn't a total surprise that we enjoyed it so much! There is a wide range of exhibits, everything from shipwrecks to wheelwrights tools to, the onsite flour mill (flour sold in the very good shop). I found certain parts, like the boot makers tools, archaeology and Bal - Maidens interesting due to my own family history and interests, and found that the information was just the right blend of interesting and informative. We ended up spending 2 hours here! There is just too much to mention, a great snapshot of Cornish social history throughout the ages. One warning though - despite the numerous signs, I got momentarily distracted and cracked my head on the only non-foamed part of the doorway into the old kitchen - so do make sure you duck! You can spend the day in Zennor, a walk in the morning (we went down to Veor cove, not for the faint hearted!), lunch in the zennor Backpacker's cafe, the brilliant wayside museum, a mooch around the church and then a drink/dinner in the Tinner's arms - bliss! The entrance fee was very reasonable when compared with similar attractions.
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