Poldark country

Destinations to explore
  • Levant Mine

    The National Trust's Levant Mine, near St Just in beautiful West Cornwall, features in BBC's Poldark as the fictional Tressiders Rolling Mill.
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    Train to: Penzance
    Onward: Bus 10, then 12-minute walk.

  • Looe and Polperro

    South east Cornwall is infamous for its smuggling past. Take the scenic Looe Valley Line, and enjoy a coastal walk to the Smuggling Museum.
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    Train to: Looe
    Onward: Walk on South West Coast Path.

  • Charlestown

    Famed for its collection of tall ships and Grade II listed harbour, Charlestown is the principal town in Poldark. You'll feel like an extra!
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    Train to: St Austell
    Onward: Bus number 24 from the station.

  • Porthgwarra

    Once a thriving fishing cove, the beautiful Porthgwarra sits at the heart of St Aubyn Estates. Filming took place in the cove over a week.
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    Train to: Penzance
    Onward: Taxi.

  • The St Ives Bay Line

    Discover Cornwall's glorious coastline on one of the most scenic railway journeys in the country, then soak up the atmosphere of a traditional Cornish fishing village.
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    Train to: St Ives

  • Poldark Mine

    Visit Poldark Mine, the only complete underground mine open to the public in Cornwall. Underground scenes in the series were filmed here.
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    Train to: Redruth
    Onward: Bus 37, direct to the mine.

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Poldark filming locations