Attractions in Redruth

  • Burncoose Woodland Gardens

    30 acre woodland garden and attached nursery. Owned by the Caerhays estate from where many of the trees and shrubs came.

  • Roseland House

    18th century Mine Captain's House surrounded by a one acre garden with a large range of exotic and unusual plants. Attached nursery

  • Cornish Mines and Engines is an engine house and collection of beam engines and other industrial artefacts owned by the National Trust

  • Trevellas Coombe stream - St Agnes

    Tour of tin streams with the opportunity to see the processing of the mineral to finished articles.
    Tin giftware and jewellery cast on site.

  • Poldark Mine / Helston

    Mining - Poldark Mine

    Located in the picturesque Wendron Valley, close to Helston, Poldark Mine has free admission to the main site and offers something for all the family

  • Healey's Cyder Farm / Perranporth

    Healeys Cornish Cyder

    The Cornish Cyder Farm produces strong traditional scrumpys, sparkling ciders, country wines, jams, preserves, brandy and has lots of friendly farm animals to entertain the children

  • Heartlands / Redruth

    Heartlands

    Redeveloped 19 acre site of one of Cornwall's most active and long running mines. Heartlands both celebrates the areas mining heritage with in situ exhibits and moves on, with landscaped gardens and an excellent adventure playground

  • Cornwall Gold / Portreath

    Cornwall Gold Jewellery

    An all weather family attraction, where visitors can watch the experts produce exquisite pieces of hand crafted jewellery

  • Kennall Vale / Penryn

    Kennall Vale is a beautiful woodland with fascinating remnants of its industrial past as a gunpowder factory. Located between Redruth and Penryn, now a nature reserve, the woods around the River Kennall are dotted with old granite ruins.

  • King Edward Mine Trail

    King Edward Mine Museum specialises in the mining history of Cornwall. Visitors are shown live demonstrations of tin processing. The mine is featured on BBC2's Edwardian Farm.

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