KING EDWARD MINE MUSEUM
 KING EDWARD MINE MUSEUM

Viewers of the TV series 'Poldark' will enjoy a visit to our  award-winning working museum.   We  tell the story of tin and copper mining in Cornwall with daily demonstrations of a working mill. 

We are  closed until May 2015.  However, we will have a special Easter Opening 4th - 11th April.

Don't miss our free Open Day on Sunday 26th April- see programme of events.

From a review on Trip Advisor;

"If you want a real insight into Cornish Mining then you must visit. There are so many sites in Cornwall who play on the mining heritage but at the King Edward Mine you will see and hear about the true mining past of Camborne and Redruth. The guides are very helpful and well informed. The site is full of history and has a real atmosphere. Most of the site is covered so would suit a rainy day but if its dry the views of the local area are stunning."

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Our Californian Stamps are featured on Tin The Movie

Poldark Mine Cornish Engine House Our Engine House

9 New Rural Workspaces will be available in 2015 

See Press Release about £1.1m HLF award for KEM

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