Your culture attendant: things to do in Chulmleigh

A THING TO DO TODAY

CHULMLEIGH
Price: £6.20 (adult)
Time: 1-2 hours
During the Industrial Revolution, the Finch Foundry, on Sticklepath in Okehampton, was once one of Dartmoor's most successful factories - 400 edge tools were made here every day at one point. Experience the sights and sounds of the massive machinery and sharpening stones today from 11am (last entry 4.30pm) and transport yourself to a world of nineteenth century industry.
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