KING EDWARD MINE MUSEUM
 KING EDWARD MINE MUSEUM

How to Find King Edward Mine Museum

King Edward Mine Museum is 1½ mile from Camborne Station, Cornwall, TR14 9HW, UK. 

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, a cafe and toilets. Education facilities available.

Great Flat Lode Great Flat Lode -King Edward Mine

For our Stem Club fans:

Jan 19th - Digging Up the Past (unfortunately cancelled)

Feb 16th - Optical Illusions

March 16th - Engineering

 

Volunteering can be very rewarding - all year inside or outside with our ecology projects

Visit the Croust Hut Cafe

 Croust Hut Cafe is open all year

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