Very interesting exhibits showing history of Bovey Tracey pottery and with an area where you can watch glass-blowing. Large shop area with extensive range of crafts, games and toys. Separate restaurant area with good range of food made from local produce, although on the day we visited the specials menu of both chicken and fish had run out within an hour of the start of lunch! It pays to reserve a table as soon as you arrive to avoid the lunch-time queues. Highly recommended as a fun visit, but leave plenty of time to make the best of the exhibits and shop - and, of course, the marble automatons!
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