Camborne School of Mines Geological Museum and Gallery
Displays of rocks and minerals from all over the world - colourful and interesting as well as educational. Added to this a backdrop of pictures (changed every month) by artists living or working in Cornwall, a coffee corner and a shop, making a worthwhile visit for all the family.
Location Pool, on the A3047 between Camborne and Redruth
Opening Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm except Bank Holidays. Admission free.
Telephone (01209) 714866
St Agnes Museum
The collective memory of a community and a delightful introduction to a Cornish parish. From Tin Mining to Turtles, Fishing to Folklore. a visit to this free museum will appeal to all ages. Pick up your free colour guide to the Trevaunance Trail and experience Cornwall's Atlantic coast, at its best.
Location From the A30 take the B3277 to St Agnes. The museum is on the edge of the village.
Opening Daily 1st April 30th September 10.30am - 5pm Free admission
Telephone (01872) 553228
Wheal Martyn China Clay Heritage Centre
Historic trail - discover the history of this important Cornish industry. Open air historic clay workings, indoor exhibitions, displays and audio-visual show. 1899 locomotive. Working waterwheels and 1916 Peerless lorry.
Nature trail - a mile long walk through the beautiful wooded site and spectacular views of a modem day working clay pit. Children's Adventure Trail - picnic area. Mineral display, gift and pottery shop.
Location Follow the signs to Carthew on the B3274, 2 miles North of St Austell
Opening Daily April to October, 10.00am - 6.00pm
Telephone & Fax (01726) 850362
Cornwall Maritime Museum
Cornwall's Maritime History, new "Cornwall and the Sea" exhibition. Falmouth Post Office Packet Service. Ship building, Trade and Ports. Cornwall's involvement in maritime wars, HMS Cornwall, and other displays. Marine paintings, ship models, navigation and marine instruments, tools etc.
Location Bell's Court, Falmouth, up alley opposite Marks & Spencer in Market Street.
Opening Easter - 31st October 10.00am - 4 00pm daily. 1st November - Easter 10 00am - 3.00pm not Sundays.
Telephone Contact (01326) 316745 or (01841) 520413
Launceston Steam Railway
Launceston Steam Railway runs through the beautiful Kensey valley from Launceston to the hamlet of New Mills. The narrow gauge locomotives were built in Victorian times and are among the oldest in regular use. The railway terminus (close to the ancient walled town of Launceston) also provides a buffet, book and gift shop and a transport museum. Trains run at frequent intervals from 11am - 4.30pm.
Location Station car park on Launceston's Newport Industrial Estate.
Opening Easter to end of October (closed Saturdays), Santa specials in December.
Telephone (01566) 775665
Royal Cornwall Museum
The Museum of Cornwall - a treasure trove waiting for you to discover!
Come and see our superb collections of Cornish history and archaeology, paintings, ceramics, silver and gold.
Examine a genuine Egyptian mummy or the world-famous collection of Cornish minerals. Find that unusual gift in the Museum Shop and discover our elegant Cafe.
Location In River Street, Truro
Opening Monday - Saturday. 10.00am - 5.00pm except Bank Holidays.
Telephone (01872) 272205
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