We had wanted to visit Geevor for some time. We visited today with our elderly mother in a wheelchair as we were led to believe that the cafe and exhibits were accessible for wheelchairs. Yes, there is a lift in the cafe and museum, but inside the museum there are several sets of double doors which do not stay open, so unless there is someone to help, most of the museum is off limits to wheelchair users. The pathways outside are full of ruts and tramlines to get stuck in and there are some very steep hills. We needed a ramp just to get out of the reception and a guy came with two pieces of wood which worked but not very professional. Time they bought some proper ramps.To add further humiliation, we were made to wear hard hats even though we were nowhere near the mine itself. Not very nice and totally unnecessary for an 84 year old with Alzheimers. The cafe was adequate but cramped with a wheelchair. The pasties were ok but a bit dry. All in all we were very disappointed and will not be returning.
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