Lanreath Folk & Farm Museum

Lanreath Folk & Farm Museum

St. Marnarch's Road, Lanreath, Near Looe, PL13 2NX
Tel: (01503) 220321

Lots to see and do

The Lanreath Farm and Folk Museum is run by John and Lila Facey. It started as a hobby for former farmer John back in the 1960's and rapidly grew into a popular Cornish Attraction. Winners of 'Caradon Warmest Welcome' award.

Stepping into the museum you immediately feel that you are turning back the hands of time. You walk straight into an old fashioned farming kitchen. You can almost imagine pasties being cooked on the genuine Cornish Range.

You really will find something for everyone, old radios, television sets, kitchen ware and of course plenty of tractors, and an old generator too!

Village tithe barn * Home of hundreds of vintage exhibits * Local crafts & bric-a-brac shop * Farmhouse kitchen
Play phones * Pets corner * Picnic area * Cream teas * Mill workings * Engines * Tractors

Make a corn dolly yourself
Mondays 2pm - 4pm
Crimp a Cornish Pasty
Wednesdays 2pm - 4pm
Decorate an egg to take home
Fridays 2pm - 4pm


3 miles north-west of Looe just off the B3359 in the village of Lanreath.

Opening Times

Daily except Saturdays
Easter to October
11.00am - 5.00pm
Free Parking

Admission Charged

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