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Dean Heritage Centre

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Stephen
Stephen
January 12, 2020
A lovely faciltiy in which to follow the histroy of the Forest of Dean from prehistoric times to the modern day.
Lynsey
Lynsey
January 1, 2020
Also, lovely surrounding area for walking
Rick & Anne
Rick & Anne
November 28, 2019
It puts the Forests history in context. Whilst in the vicinity why not take a stroll around Soudley Ponds or take in the vista of the 'River Severn' bend!
Debbora
Debbora
October 10, 2019
A nice cafe attached to a visitor centre, about 40 minutes walk from the yurt. Cafe has a full daytime menu (from cooked breakfasts and baked potatoes to cake and tea). The Heritage Centre itself has a Gruffalo trail, with carved chainsaw sculptures (£3 to get in to the Gruffalo trail on it's own),…
Nicky
Nicky
September 17, 2017
Great venue for learning about the Forest of Dean and the mining history of the area. Good cafe too

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“A popular venue to travel 600 feet underground on a tour through an iron ore mine that was started by the Romans. In WW2 over 12,000 tons of ore a week was shipped by rail to Newport to be smelted as part of the war effort. At Christmas time, the mine is transformed into one huge Santas Grotto and is a real treat for children.”
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“The International Centre for Birds of Prey, formerly the National Birds of Prey Centre, in the United Kingdom houses a large collection of birds of prey with over 60 species of owls, eagles and hawks with daily flight displays”
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“A good place to go and hire bikes, or to park up with your own, and access the miles of cycling paths around the Forest of Dean. There is also access to more challenging mountain bike territory for the specialists.”
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Store
“Favourite haunt of mine, can while away hours wandering around the micro artisan shops, garden nursery and cafe. Gets busy sometimes!”
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Cinderford, Gloucestershire GL14 2UB
Téléphone01594 822170
Heures d'ouvertureOuvert · Ferme à 5:00 PM