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Heartlands, Pool

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web
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  • Some of these reviews are hilarious. What do people expect?!! This place is totally FREE to visit. Yes, you pay for parking but we paid more for parking at every National Trust site we visited during ...  read more »
  • Visited here recently whilst in cornwall as we had been here a number of years ago when it first opened and enjoyed it. It appears that there hasn't been a lot of changes to it however it's plus point...  read more »
  • I was a bit apprehensive given some poor reviews here but we were heading back to Newquay Airport from St Ives and this was just off the main road so was a perfect morning stop-off point. They're obvi...  read more »
  • Interesting attraction, even if your not interested in mining history & it's something good to do on a rainy afternoon. Most of the site is dog & disabled friendly & there are about 6 free disabled parking bays. The attraction/ museum/ photography exhibition/ shop/ gardens/ cafe are free entry. The cafe is brilliant, fully dog friendly, spacious & does really good food at a reasonable price. There homemade Cream Teas we had were massive & must be one of the best we've ever had. The photography exhibition that was on when we visited was small & a bit disapointing. Also there aren't many businesses in the art studio units, which was also a bit disappointing, but it looks like they've only recently been built when we visited as the area is still undergoing redevelopment. Also the location is easy to get to just a few minutes off of the A30 & well signposted.
  • I have visited Heartland on numerous occasions now with Grandchildren on beautiful days and cold wet windy days ...we enjoyed the excellent café on the cold windy days ....but on the warm sunny days spent hours there with the grandchildren in the excellent play park of the best I've been in ,its clean safe and so imaginative ....then spending another hour or two while the children played in the water feature that is nothing short of brilliant for its simplicity, once you've paid to park , you get it back if you go to the café where your parking fee is deducted from the food bill. When so many attractions are very expensive for a family day out Heartlands offers virtually free fun for hours
  • What a superb attraction, unfortunately when we visited the site was closed, but we still found the landscaped gardens to be well maintained and the atmosphere was nice. I would imagine if you turned up before closing you'd have a good time, there appears to be plenty on offer. Disabled parking is very good and easy to find, giving only a short distance to the main complex. We will return in the summer for a better look
  • It's free and the cafe serves brilliant coffee. The cost of your parking can be redeemed against anything bought on site. As for the attraction there isn't much to see and I find it poorly laid out and not very interesting. You can see a lot of money has been spent on it but I wouldn't visit again.
  • Fantastic place. We loved learning about the mines and the extensive gardens give plenty of space for the children to play and explore. The red river cafe is good quality and the service was very welcoming. We will visit again!
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