Lower Gryllis, Treskillard, Redruth, TR16 6LA
Tel: (01209) 713606
Real working horses
Come and enjoy a day seeing the Shire Horses and foals, see what working wheelwrights and blacksmith's shops look like. Take a wagon ride, included in the admission price, then perhaps a guided tour, to get the most from the farm and museum. Watch the horses work in the fields as they would have years ago. Then in the museum, see the Fowler 'AA' ploughing engine, amongst other tools of yesteryear. The Shire Horse Farm and associated Carriage Museum were established in 1972. This was the first place to exhibit heavy horses in the country. Relax in our picnic area, maybe have one of our excellent cream teas. Lots of interesting things to see.
* See the Shires at work on the farm
* Entertaining Guided Tours
* Lots undercover
* Home-made Cream Teas
* Picnic area
* Wheelwrights and Blacksmiths Shops (work undertaken)
* Learn to work the Shires (enquire about our courses)
* Coach Parties welcome
Leave the A30 at the Pool junction, near Camborne. Go straight across at the traffic lights and follow the sign posts to Four Lanes, to the top of the hill, about one mile. Turn right at the top following the signs to the Shire Horse Farm.
Daily Easter until end of September
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