The last remaining water-powered forge in England gives a unique insight into 19th century village life. Don't miss the regular demonstrations and machinery tours.
Afterwards enjoy a Devon Cream Tea in the attached tea-room.
What makes it special
- Experience the heat of a real forge
- Quiet village setting
Opening Times (2019):
February: 11:00 - 15:00 (weekend & half term week)
March to October: 11:00 - 17:00 every day
November to December: 11:00 - 15:00 (weekends only)
Adult: £7.50 (with Gift Aid £8.40)
Child: £3.75 (with Gift Aid £5.00)
Family: £18.75 (with Gift Aid £21.00)
Family one adult: £11.25 (with Gift Aid £12.60)
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