We went to see it and we felt we were in rural places of Cornwall. There are some reading and playing aids along the walk, but use your imagination since it is mainly the buildings that you will see and tell the story. The history was rich and deep though, and good it was salvaged from being a barn. There was no food shop nearby and limited souvenir shop, and the nearest we were told is merely a coffee shop. Free for English Heritage members.
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