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The Courtroom Experience, Bodmin

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History Museum
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • found this place by accident and was really surprised how good this was. we were the only family in attendance, were provided with great hospitality by the staff and all of us, even our difficult to p...  more »
  • Never heard of this attraction, it was only by chance that we picked up a leaflet in the holiday park reception. We were pleasantly surprised by the attraction. You enter a courtroom at an allocated t...  more »
  • Visited here after Bodmin Jail as thought it would be fun to take part in a trial. Have to say at this point the sat nav postcode does not take you to the Shire Hall so be aware! We arrived midweek in...  more »
Google
  • Great value and staff, the Bodmin Court is the perfect start to the Charlotte Dymond murder trail. A couple of the animatronic dummies could do with an oil (!!), and the screen could be a bit larger, but it's good fun and you get to vote at the end, just like the jury, back in 1844. Lastly, you get a peek at the ghastly cells, hidden beneath the court. All in all, well worth a visit if you like 'unsolved crimes' and ghoulish Stories.
  • It was interesting especially before we went to bodmin jail to see a court case and what happens when convicted.
  • Must be sean then go and see the prison after.
  • went there a couple of weeks ago, while on holiday, it was a fascinating experience, you watched a actual trial that happened in the 1800s as jury members and you decided on the evidence if the accused was guilty or not guilty, afterwards you got shown the old cells, i would reccomend this to anyone