Country park set in the grounds of two former china clay pits. There is a visitors' centre, nature trail, picnic area and café. There is also a working Victorian clay works and a huge working waterwheel.
Dog Friendly: Dogs are welcome on leads throughout the site.
Opening: For latest opening times see website
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We had a really enjoyable walk on the historic and nature trails with Holly. The working waterwheels and china pit are very interesting. The staff were really helpful and the whole museum was dog friendly. Dogs are not allowed in the main cafe area but there is an outside seating area and an inside seating area with tables just inside the entrance where dogs are welcome. We had an enormous cream tea with delicious homemade scones. The entrance fee of £8.50 per person was a bit pricy but you can use the tickets to come back for a whole year if you fancy another visit.
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