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The Eden Project
The Eden Project opened its doors on Saturday, 17th March 2001. Since then, an amazing number of people have enjoyed a visit to Eden - over 4 million in the first two years !
The most popular natural attraction in the UK is just on your doorstep when you move to a Park Home on Buckler Village.
If you fancy a walk along the new Clay Trails, travel by bike or public transport you are eligible for a discount on entry.



The Lost Gardens of Heligan
This award-winning garden restoration is already internationally acclaimed. There are well over 100 acres in the wider estate and the project is far from complete. Heligan is to remain a living and working example of the best of past practice.



Wheal Martin China Clay Museum
The UKs only china clay museum and visitor attraction is right on your doorstep when you buy a Park Home on Buckler Village. Set in 26 acres of woodland in the historic Ruddle Valley on the outskirts of St Austell, the China Clay Country Park provides a unique day out for whole the family. In the grounds of two former working China Clay Pits, it provides visitors with an 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.



Charlestown Shipwreck & Heritage Centre
Set in an historic china clay building here on the waterfront of the seaport of Charlestown near St. Austell, this is the largest private collection if its type in the whole of Europe!
Discover Medical and Mining exhibits, Lost Treasures and artefacts from over 150 shipwrecks among countless other fascinating items in this extensive collection.



St. Austell Brewery Visitor Centre
1851 was the year that Walter Hicks ended 400 years of farming in his family to start in the brewing business. Still a fully working brewery, you can take advantage of guided tours that end with a delicious tasting that will introduce you to the delights of a Real Ale.



Caerhays Castle Gardens
100 acres set in a sheltered valley overlooking Porthluney Cove. Privately owned on the South Cornish Coast, this attaraction is equidistant from Truro and St Austell.



Pine Lodge Gardens
Among the other attractions at Pine Lodge, you can learn the art of Flower Pressing or enjoy the delights of the Tearoom. Open on your doorstep until 6pm every day.