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Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm, Truro

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Sample and purchase locally produced apple products, such as juices, jam, hard cider, or brandy, at Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm. The current attraction has been operational since 1986, but it's installed on a 19th-century farm. Take a guided tour to see operations behind closed doors and ride a tractor afterward. Don’t miss the petting zoo if you're with kids, and try a Cornish clotted cream tea at the on-site restaurant with a courtyard. Plan your visit to Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Truro trip itinerary planning app.
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  • Really lovely place to visit. A true family run business with such an interesting history. Good for a half day visit, probably not enough to spend a full day really. Well worth doing the tour with...  more »
  • We had already purchased passes on a previous visit. We booked our time to visit again on the website which was simple and easy to do. It was a damp day but there was plenty to see and do indoors...  more »
  • Beautiful cyder farm, huge gift shop, very reasonable prices in the bar and staff all super friendly! Next time we will definitely book in for a tour. Really couldn't fault it! (Just waiting on a.....  more »
  • Had a fantastic experience at the farm doing the fill tour, riding the tractor with the kids and seeing how all the magic happens. Plus getting to test a number of the different ciders as part of the tour is an ace bonus. Really great experience for all the family as there are plenty of things for the kids to enjoy as well as a wide variety of juices. Would love to go again.
  • Really enjoyed the afternoon here. Opportunity to taste and buy a selection of ciders and soft drinks as well as jams, chutneys and sauces. The Cornish cream tea was amazing. The children liked seeing the animals. Staff both friendly and knowledgeable .Recommended.
  • Best brewery we have ever visited. Would recommend this tour for anyone lovely food as well and cheaper than most local pubs. The amount of samples is more than enough. Make sure you do the tractor ride you’ll get to see the buzzards that live on the farm.
  • Such a friendly place to visit. Food is excellent. The little farm is lovely. Well worth a visit even if you don't drink Cider you can always get a coffee
  • The new furnishings and layout are impressive, but feel more commercial and informal than the country farm experience of the past and more geared towards emptying your wallet than providing a privileged experience. Disappointed that the bottling & brewing production line is now a part of the paid for guided tour, always used to be free. I first visited nearly 40 years ago and many times since, now not so sure I'd visit again. Furthermore I don't recollect the price of the scrumpy being so high. Your spirits used to be £1 per sample, I saw one today priced over £10 for a 25ml sample, seriously guys?

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