King Edward Mine Museum is 1½ mile from Camborne Station, Cornwall, TR14 9DP, UK.
For SatNav purposes, the postcode plus any number in the 50-64 range for the number in the street will direct you to the row of cottages opposite the junction with Newton Road.
The museum can also be reached by taking the Camborne/Pool exit off the A30 and following the brown signs to Troon (National Grid Reference 6645 3890).
The museum is adjacent to the circular Great Flat Lode cycle/walking trail (7.5 miles) It is mostly off-road, through a mixture of farmland, heathland and industrial areas, and it is possible to deviate up onto Carn Brea to enjoy the panoramic views. King Edward Mine is a convenient place to start/end the trail as there is a large car park and toilets. Education facilities available.
Our new 'Croust Hut' cafe opens on Saturday 15th April 2017 in the newly restored Assay House and we will have an Easter Egg Hunt for all the family.
We start the summer with our Annual Open Day on Sunday 30th April 2017
King Edward Mine's specialist bookshop for Cornish mining and history books. See Shop for details.