Visit Heartlands Cornwall, A Historic Building, Gardens and Play Park - Pool, Redruth, Cornwall
Heartlands is a FREE guest fascination place and World Heritage Site Gateway in Cornwall. Settled simply off the A30 in Pool, close Redruth in the previous mining heart of Cornwall, there are 19 sections of land of mixed enjoyable to investigate.
Cutting edge displays, hop on figures, patio nurseries of genuine differing qualities, a monster enterprise playscape for children, workmanship and art studios and a remarkable bistro in the old craftsman's workshop.
With swathes of green open air space for warm, sunny days and ever-inquisitive indoor space when it's wet, Heartlands is lasting through the year, all-climate stimulation for anybody and everybody.
Free, family-friendly 19-acre site with mining attractions, botanical gardens and a beamed cafe.
Address: Robinson's Shaft, Dudnance Lane, Pool TR15 3QY
Phone: 01209 722320
Cornwall's first free cultural playground on a grand scale. Set in the shadow of an iconic Cornish engine house and covering 19 acres, there is so much to explore, from the botanical gardens to the interactive exhibitions. So, whether its breathing in the peace and serenity found in the Diaspora Botanical Gardens, shouting with glee after escaping the Giant's Trap in the Adventure Playground, or being taken back to another time through an immersion scape in the World Heritage Exhibitions, Heartlands has something to suit every age and interest. Read more about this great Cornwall attraction.