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Liskeard

National Rail | station code LSK

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Liskeard is an ancient market town with some shops retaining their original Victorian shop fronts and interiors. Liskeard is the junction for the branch line to Looe, note the unusual arrangement where the platform for Looe is separate from the main station. Liskeard is pronounced 'Liskard'.

TI Foresters Hall, Pike Street. Tel. 01579 349148.

www.visitliskeard.co.uk

The National Trust has many holiday cottages in Cornwall: National Trust Holidays

Moyclare Garden Lodge Hill, ½ mile

A modest one acre garden with a good variety of colourful plants, shrubs and trees. Tel. 01579 343114.
Open Apr-Aug, MTSu & BH 1400-1700.
www.moyclare.co.uk

Liskeard and District Museum Foresters Hall, Pike Street, ¾ mile

The history of the area from Mesolithic settlers to the present day including local mining and agriculture. Rock and mineral specimens, mining tools, social history, military history. Tel. 01579 346087.
Open M-F 1000-1600, Sat 1000-1300. Closed BH.
www.visitliskeard.co.uk

Stuart House Barras Street, ¾ mile

A late medieval town house which has been restored and is now used as an arts and heritage centre. 17th century garden. Exhibitions and events programme. Tel. 01579 347347.
Open M-F 0930-1530, Sat 0930-1230.
www.stuarthouse.org.uk

Liskeard map