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All reviews bronze age self guided tour copper mine hard hats short film second hand bookshop own pace well worth a visit information boards gift shop interesting place car park interesting visit interesting facts take your time half way tram station
Great historical attraction. Fantastic visitor centre with ancient artefacts and a great model of a bronze age village. The whole thing was really well laid out and great insight into life in the bronze age.
After walking half way up the Great Orme we turned left and walked down to the mine entrance. Entrance fee was reasonable at £7 and they even served coffee if you fancied a cup. The tour starts with a wander around the Artifacts found and...More
The last time I visited the mine was over 20 years go nd it was basically just a hole in the ground.
Now the simple self guide takes you back 4000 years and highlights how this discovery changed our understanding of mining in Britain....before the...More
Just one level to walk through at the moment, we took our two grandchildren through the underground passages and quite honestly we wish we would be around when they would hopefully take their own grandchildren. How many more levels would be opened by then? it...More
Such an amazing place to visit. Really interesting on finding out about how they mined copper 4000 years ago. There is a tram near by that takes you from the seafront to the mine or you can drive up there to the car park.
We popped in on our way down from the Orme. One of our party was claustrophobic but she went in and wasn't disappointed , The exhibition is self led and we were there about an hour and a half which surprised us. Also the shop...More
This amazing and beautiful place is near the halfway mark when using the Tramway, and in my opinion it is a must visit for almost any age. i was blown away by the work that was carried out by people over 4000 years ago using...More
What an amazing place and only discovered in 1987. To think that I walked over this area as a child on holidays to Llandudno. Anyone with a slight interest in history and archaeology would be fascinated. The cavern and labyrinth of tunnels are truly remarkable....More