A sunny January Sunday brought us to Bucklers Hard as oddly, We’d never been.
Admission was through the tea room and mildly chaotic, but the staff are cheerful so waiting wasn’t too bad.
The museum shows us how The Hard evolved and became a major centre for Navy ship-building, but it’s a bit dull... sorry.
Several houses are as they were in the 17th Century and one is a working chapel.
There’s a pub and bar which looked good but we avoided temptation!
The original ship-building slips are still visible, so Naval architects can appreciate what it was like while ships were built.
All in all a good morning out but quite a lot to pay.