Free to enter the very small and cluttered museum. It serves to get you into their shop and their restaurant. We picked up a leaflet and decided to visit it as it emphasised the museum aspect. As a museum it is poor. The shop did have free tasting of the cider which is useful to find out whether you liked their cider and which of their ciders you liked. We went more for a museum visit and were therefore disappointed although there were some interesting descriptions of cider making on some boards. There was a restaurant but we did not use it. It is down some very narrow and winding lanes with some of the sign posts partially obscured by trees.
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