Bodmin Town Museum is a family friendly, local history museum. Displays include a major WWI exhibit, Victorian kitchen, a selection of objects from the collection, a blacksmith's forge, stones from the Priory, Bodmin's 1950's 'Spy School' - the Joint Services School for Linguists. and much more. New displays include significant events in 1917, Town Crier's regalia and, old shop signs. There's also a popular quiz for children. Disabled access is restricted - please phone for information.
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Suitable for all child ages
Assist dogs allowed
- Parking nearby
- Step down to enter, steps up to view displays in one room
- Opening Times: Open Mon before Easter-Sep, Mon-Fri 10.30-4.30, Sat 10.30-2.30; Oct, Mon-Sat 10.30-2.30. Closed Sun & BHs
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