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Shire Horse Farm and Carriage Museum

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Lower Grylllis Farm | Treskillard, Redruth TR16 6LA, England
+44 1209 713606
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Motorised carriage with horses,

Did the check on this before leaving home,a horse and carriage ride,the carriage has an engine ,so... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
jbritishtraveller
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Chester, United Kingdom
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Very good place to visit

Closed on Saturdays and not the easiest place to find although the closer you get their are... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2017
Lin M
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Caterham, United Kingdom
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Lower Grylllis Farm | Treskillard, Redruth TR16 6LA, England
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Did the check on this before leaving home,a horse and carriage ride,the carriage has an engine ,so the horses are just for show at the front of the carriage,Emilio our driver gives a very knowledgeable chat as you travel through this beautiful city,and his 2...More

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Reviewed 13 June 2017

Closed on Saturdays and not the easiest place to find although the closer you get their are signposts, it is down a single lane track but so worth persevering. £7.50 for Adults no Concessions, £4 children and the money goes on the horses. It is...More

2  Thank Lin M
Reviewed 7 May 2017

This is not a pretty petting farm or a visitor attraction but a working farm. We visited with an open mind and were taken into the field with the loose horses. It was a rare treat to be able to touch the beautiful Suffolk Punches...More

2  Thank Anne W
Reviewed 4 May 2017

I'm absolutely positive we visited a completely different "attraction" to some of the other reviewers! This place was awful. If you care for horses please don't visit here to view them in squalor and muck. They were cramped, in the dark and it was filthy....More

1  Thank Amy-kate C
Reviewed 29 April 2017

This attraction is quite hard to find. But the quaintness and honest appearance are a reflection of the near 90 year old owner. Devoted to the maintenance and propagation of Shire horses the owner and his small and dedicated band of helpers are a font...More

1  Thank 22JOHN10
Reviewed 21 February 2017

If you like Horses These gentle Giants are so Lovely to be around The day can be experienced at your leisure,there is some possible hands on for the kids, Interesting Musium,old workshop and tools, Good Food Available, and a Visitors Shop

1  Thank David G
Reviewed 26 December 2016

really nice place to go for good food i have being told and really nice staff work their and nice place to eat at for lunch

Thank david b
Reviewed 4 October 2016

We visited with friends in early October, when everywhere was very quiet and there were few other people there except for some of the volunteer helpers. It was not immediately obvious that the place was open at all, but we were directed to the shop...More

1  Thank John d
Reviewed 28 September 2016 via mobile

Ignore all negative comments. This is a working farm run by someone who clearly loves and cares for all his horses and other animals. A quaint place giving a loving home to unwanted horses, he deserves a medal and worth every penny of the £7.50...More

1  Thank scrudgy01
Reviewed 25 September 2016

This was by far the biggest surprise and BEST day of our week in Cornwall. We had read some not so favourable reviews but went with an open mind. and WOW. we ended up spending the entire day there. DO NOT go if you are...More

1  Thank FionaBrims01
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