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National Lobster Hatchery

Padstow, Cornwall

  • National Lobster Hatchery
  • National Lobster Hatchery
  • National Lobster Hatchery
  • National Lobster Hatchery

South Quay, Padstow, Cornwall, PL28 8BL

Tel: 01841 533877


The National Lobster Hatchery is a marine conservation, research and education charity based in Padstow, Cornwall, UK. What makes us unique is that our work is specifically related to a commercial species – The European Lobster and in the last few years we have successfully established ourselves as a centre of expertise on a global scale.

We are delighted to have received several awards in 2016/2017:

Silver in the ‘Best small attraction of the year’ in the Cornwall Tourism Awards 2016
Siver in the South West England Tourism Excellence Awards 2016-2017 and a
Certificate of Excellence 2017 Trip Advisor.

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