It took us six hours in total to get to this museum, and it was worth every penny of diesel spent getting there! I have a curiosity with the history of witchcraft anyway, so I guess my expectations were set quite high to start with. We arrived in Boscastle on a sunny autumn day and found the museum easily. Its within walking distance of the car park in the village and the surrounding shops and tea shops. £4 entry for an adult, I thought was very reasonable. The museum is a fascinating collection of historic and modern day witchcraft and helps to portray the craft in the way it should be, ie its not devil worshipping etc. Whatever religion or belief you hold, I don't think anyone could be offended by this controversial belief in the way it is portrayed in this museum. Its informative and leaves the visitor to believe what they wish. I would also happily take children in there. One more thing to add, its on two levels and they have a stair lift for the elderly folk.
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