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Museum of Witchcraft - houses the world's largest collection of witchcraft related artefacts and regalia - Boscastle - Access for wheelchair users has been improved but the museum is an old building on two levels so a stair lift has been fitted
www.museumofwitchcraft.com

 

National Maritime Museum Cornwall - For visitors of all ages, collections, exhibitions, activities, research library, galleries include interactive exhibits and objects on open display, as well as music and oral history - level access to the entrance, lift and ramp access available to all floors including the Tower and Tidal galleries, 1st and 2nd floor wheelchair accessible toilets
www.nmmc.co.uk

 

Pirate’s Quest Newquay - "embark on a swashbucklin’ voyage through Cornwall’s pirating past at Pirate’s Quest, Newquay – Come face to face with smugglers, mermaids, and real LIVE buccaneers!...hour-long walk-through experience will allow pirate fans and their crew mates the chance to feel, hear, smell, and see Cornwall’s intriguing legends and exciting history" - "housed in the old Newquay Theatre...there are some features both internal and external which make the property unsuitable for most types of wheelchair access
www.piratesquest.co.uk

 

Poldark Mine Wendron - the only complete tin mine in Cornwall open for underground guided tours and is regarded as one of the most historic locations in the annals of Cornish Mining, set in four acres of wooded riverside gardens - "We regret the mine tour is unsuitable for those in wheelchairs" - Unfortunately we have no other accessibility information for this site
www.poldarkmine.org.uk

 

Porthcurno Telegraph Museum - Family-friendly activities. Wired World explores the undersea world of high-tech cable networks. Mobile Magic is an exciting new exhibition that brings mobile phone technology to life. Discover what life in St Levan was like during World War 2 - disabled facilities and the majority is accessible please see the website
www.porthcurno.org.uk

 

Tate St Ives and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden - explore the galleries, also exhibitions, talks, screenings, workshops etc - wheelchairs are available, the lift is suitable for wheelchair users. and gives access to all floors at the gallery, accessible toilets, baby changing facilities, please see their website
www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-st-ives

 

Wheal Martyn - The UK's only China Clay Museum, 26 acre Country Park with woodland walks, interactive displays, machinery that will enthral all ages - disabled friendly but access to some parts of the site is limited
www.wheal-martyn.com

 

 

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