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Great Free tin mining museum- dont drink the coffee

We live fairly close and took our small Grandchildren down to the free town museum which includes a... read more

Reviewed August 10, 2015
Trewirgies
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Redruth, England, United Kingdom
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Ok but not great!

Treasure Park is ok. It has a lot of jewellery for sale and has a few kids attractions but food and... read more

Reviewed February 18, 2015
Mark E
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Redruth, England, United Kingdom
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Reviewed July 3, 2016

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Reviewed December 6, 2015

We have just got home from visiting Father Christmas in his grotto at The Treasure Park. He is on his best form ever! The grotto is a fabulous Christmassy lounge and he sits by the fireplace. He's as jolly and friendly and the kids loved him. Each child is given an orange and gets to choose a gift. There Was no queue and as far as I'm concerned it was £4.50 well spent. You'll be hard pushed to find a better grotto in the area and the real deal Father Christmas. Think Richard Attenborough in Miracle on 34th Street. ☺ I Believe.☺

Thank Kath K
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Reviewed October 2, 2015

I stayed there two days for business and it was a perfect experience: the hotel is new, nice and clean, modern, functional and practical. The restaurant is good, excellent service, good complete breakfast, and nice suggestions on fresh food of the day.

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Reviewed August 10, 2015

We live fairly close and took our small Grandchildren down to the free town museum which includes a wander around the old tin streaming works complete with shaking & vanning tables and a tin stamps powered by a watermill. The two grandchildren were trying to guess how much noise it would make when one of the curators kindly turned it on for us and gave us a lot of fascinating information. As a something to do for free for an hour you cannot go wrong! It's great. The Adventure park café attached to the Gold Centre was a different story. nearly £19 purchased three ice creams, three cakes and 3 cups of possibly the worst coffee outside of a vending machine. Really they need to invest in something that will make decent coffee these days - the decaff was a particularly bad option! The café did supply colouring sheets for the kids and the flapjack and Danish were ok so it gets more than one star. The museum would get 5 from me because I love old industrial stuff but they could probably do more with it so more realistically its worth three - but do go! The rest of the 'park' comprises of various craft and trinket shops which we whizzed past but which might hold great appeal to tourists on a wet day.

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Reviewed February 18, 2015

Treasure Park is ok. It has a lot of jewellery for sale and has a few kids attractions but food and drink are very expensive.

It's takes a couple of hours to look around so don't plan to be there for a whole day or you will soon get bored.

Thank Mark E
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Reviewed February 8, 2015 via mobile

There is lots to do here with children or without, there is some very nice automobiles for the avid film buff or some really nice jewellery to buy for your loved ones, you can try your hand at panning for gold at there panning site or if your children are artistic they can go to there "pot and paint" where they can get creative to there hearts content, also there is a food bar which for a small sum of money will bless you with some real decent food " I suggest the steak " and the deserts are mouth watering..the treasure park it self is a fantastic day out and I'm sure you won't be disappointed.

Thank Arron P
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Reviewed December 7, 2014

We always come in winter and ALWAYS visit the paint a pot the staff are lovely and friendly and the children have years worth of Christmas things that they have painted. sadly not much is open in the winter but this little gem is the diamond in this tiaras head piece.

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Reviewed December 3, 2014

When you arrive plenty of car parking spaces and also well covered for disabled parking. Outside loads of things on offer, Panning for "Gold", Painting inside with various thing to paint, Crazy Golf, plus a variety of shops. These include Watches, Pearls etc. The Restaurant offers a wide Varity and choices reasonably priced, and served really hot (Not the Salads!).

Thank Roland P
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Reviewed November 26, 2014

Free attraction to get into. Good to have a look around, kills an hour if you want to have a mooch around.

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Reviewed October 25, 2014

Very good day out with lots to do for young and old. Cafe and ice cream parlour on site. Coffee is better in there ice cream parlour.

Thank Maggie C
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