Bovey Tracey Heritage Centre

'The small museum with a big heart' Be assured of a warm welcome to this restored railway station which is a mine of information about all aspects of the history of Bovey Tracey 2016 Opening times 26th March to 29th October: Monday to Friday 10am – 4pm; Saturday 10am - 12pm Admission free Car parking on site

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Bovey Tracey Heritage Centre maintains an extensive collection of archive material, photographs and artefacts which tell the story of life in Bovey Tracey from medieval origins of the town through to the present day.  With changing exhibitions and displays about the town's contributions to world wars, the pottery industry, the granite tramway, local mining, agriculture and railways, there is something to interest everyone.  The remains of an internationally significant pottery kiln and a restored GWR brake van can also be found on site.

Children are especially welcome and will find their own activity area to help them enjoy the museum.

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Bovey Tracey Heritage Centre

The Old Railway Station, St John's Lane,
Bovey Tracey, TQ13 9GP

Tel: 01626 835078

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