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Wheal Martyn Country Park Clay Museum (United Kingdom)


Set in 26 acres of woodland, nestling in the historic Ruddle Valley on the outskirts of St Austell, the China Clay Country Park provides a fascinating day out for all the family. The Park, now part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site, is set in the grounds of two former working china clay pits and provides visitors with a fascinating insight into china clay - how it was mined, what is was used for and what it meant for the families who lived in the area.
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Wheal Martyn Country Park Clay Museum belongs to the Central Cornwall region.

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