Explore the history of a Victorian Country House Estate. Explore the kitchens, nurseries and servant’s quarters, then compare to the lavish and elegant surroundings of the family areas. Wander around the parkland on foot or take to the trails on a bike. There is plenty to see at Lanhydrock.
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Explore the rugged, yet romantic beauty of Bodmin Moor, home to the history of Poldark, the supposed resting place of King Arthur’s sword, Excalibur.
A charity caring for Bodmin Moor Ponies supporting rehabilitative care and providing shelter.
A free attraction providing visitors many interesting exhibits
Bodmin and Wenford Railway allows you to discover the nostalgia and excitement of steam travel, with a journey evocative of a 1950s Steam Branch line, on the Bodmin Railway. Everyone will enjoy the 13 mile return journey from Bodmin General Station, through Glynn Valley, to Bodmin Parkway, then through Camel Valley to Boscarne. The principle station, Bodmin General, has been beautifully restored