Day Trips & Excursions :

Morwellham Quay - Entry Not Included


Journey Details
Stop Date Time
Depart
Volunteer Inn, Temple Street, Sidmouth, UK 03/07/2022 09:00
Triangle (Stop C), Sidmouth, UK 03/07/2022 09:10
War Memorial, Newton Poppleford, Sidmouth, UK 03/07/2022 09:25
Public Hall, Station Road, Budleigh Salterton, UK 03/07/2022 09:35
Exmouth, The Strand 03/07/2022 09:50
Lord Nelson Inn, High Street, Topsham, Exeter, UK 03/07/2022 10:05
Cheeke Street, Exeter, UK 03/07/2022 10:20
Morwellham Quay, Morwellham, Tavistock, UK 03/07/2022 11:30
Details :

Morwellham Quay is an historic river port in Devon, England that developed to support the local mines. The port had its peak in the Victorian era and is now run as a tourist attraction and museum. It is the terminus of the Tavistock Canal, and has its own copper mine.
The open-air museum includes the restored 19th-century village, the docks and quays, a restored ship, the George and Charlotte copper mine which is toured by a small train, a Victorian farm and a nature reserve with trails.
In July 2006, UNESCO (the cultural arm of the United Nations) awarded World Heritage Site status to the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape area. Morwellham is strategically sited at the centre of the Tamar Valley Mining District which, together with nearby Tavistock, forms the easternmost gateway area to the rest of the World Heritage Site.


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