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Please note : GOOD NEWS! We are re opening on May 17th. We look forward to welcoming visitors again soon. Exciting new developments for 2021! We have invested during 2020/21 to make your visit even more enjoyable! Please watch this space and our social media for updates. We will be open 7 days a week from 10am to 5pm. We look forward to welcoming you back to our family run Centre soon. Sorry for any inconvenience. Stay well. Dogs are welcome and there is no need to book in advance!
The Centre is located at Slaughterbridge near the medieval market town of Camelford (considered by some to be the site of Camelot) in North Cornwall, and set in 16 acres surrounding 'King Arthur's Stone'. Both the inscribed stone and battle are both dated by earliest stories to AD540. Did you know - this site is the earliest identified site of King Arthur's last battle at Camlann? The area is also the earliest known reference to Avalon! Only 10 minutes from Tintagel and Boscastle on the North Cornwall coast
On this site.....
- Camlann Battlefield
- 6th century inscribed 'Ogham' Stone (also known as King Arthur's Grave)
- Lady Falmouth's Secret Garden ( 18th century), new 'Muse Garden' and orchard
- Part of King Arthur's Cornwall Discovery Trail (which includes Tintagel (Castel Dyntagell), Dozmary Pool, King Arthur's Great Halls and St. Nectan's Glen
- Cornish Legends and History
- Information about the County of Cornwall
** OPEN - 10-5, 7 days a week.! ( When allowed by Covid restrictions).
Visitors can walk through the fields where King Arthur and Mordred met for their last battle.
Read about the legends and the history around the 16 acre site. There is something for everyone including children's quiz, a nature trail; gift shop, tea room and, for our smaller visitors, a play castle, paddling stream, den building area and new tree house!
Unravel fact from fiction. Archaeological site open to the public also “Lady Falmouth’s Secret Garden”, an 18th century garden rediscovered in 2005. Ongoing restoration - come and visit now and see the garden gradually brought to life!! New 'Muse garden' inspired by Lord Falmouth's Grand Tour in the late 17th century!
We have many plans and projects underway so please check in every so often for updates (you can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram).
The Arthurian Centre is open
7 days a week from 10am - 5pm ( when allowed) .
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