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Europe's largest private collection of shipwreck artefacts with nearly 8,000 artefacts from over 150 shipwrecks located in Charlestown, Cornwall. (A UNESCO World Heritage site) NEW for 2019! Admission will also include access to the inner harbour...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Quay Road, Charlestown, St Austell PL25 3NJ, England
All reviews heritage centre well worth a visit maritime history shipwreck centre interesting exhibits rainy day on display visiting charlestown tall ship couple of hours china clay value for money interesting place all ages interesting visit car park little gem
Completely false advertising!! on the tourist information leaflets It gives you one price, when you get there its twice the ammount and half the attraction is currently closed which WE WAS NOT TOLD UNTIL AFTER WE PAYED and walked round. When I complained the woman...More
Where has it all gone,there is about a third of what it used to be,the deep sea diving section,the old shops section,the China clay mines section and the video room section and it was only about £8,I was expecting a lot more to say the...More
This is an amazing setting, the harbour is fairly small, but the galleons and other interesting bit of history make up for it. I can see why so many films are set there, it's a lovely quaint setting with lots of stories to tell, well...More
Such a interesting centre to visit
As scuba divers we found this such a interesting place to visit
Its great for all the family too
So many artefacts from so many wrecks
There is also a lot about the local history to learn about too...More
Called into the fascinating world famous museum. Easter weekend but not too busy as everyone seemed to be on the beach.
There is a jump in the price from £7 to £11.50 to allow you access to the harbour which has been used for TV...More
Visited on a day when weather not very good, but managed to walk around .Did not pay to get close up to ships as thought a little pricey even though included museum entry.But enjoyed walking around area , and on a nice day I am...More
It was recommended we check out the Shipwreck Centre and I'm so glad we did. There was lots of information provided and lots of interesting facts to read up on, a few interesting items on display in the harbour and exploring the tall ship was...More
Response from Chriscris | Reviewed this property |
No car park but reasonable priced car park across from museum. May be free parking for disabled but not sure. Museum itself fine for wheelchair but seem to recall steps to café. Forgotten price but not expensive.