On Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 May get water-wise with the RNLI as they take over National Maritime Museum Cornwall for a Water Safety Weekend.
Ad Minoliti’s exhibition Biosfera Peluche / Biosphere Plush is coming to Tate St Ives.
Experience Minoliti’s alternate universes and colourful paintings which draw on the rich legacy of geometric abstraction in Latin America.
This May half term at Trerice take part in a free, self-led 50 things activity trail in the garden. You’ll look up and watch the clouds above searching for shapes and faces, make some noise when you join nature’s band, and go on a nature adventure.
An exhibition bringing together two artists connected with West Cornwall.
While separated by time, as well as the media and form their works take, both artists draw inspiration from the local landscape, exploring the idea that there is more to experience
Get back to nature this May half-term with our Wildlife Week at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary!
Join us for a jam-packed week of activities from 28th May – 5th June, including daily wildlife talks, the Big Wildlife Count, seal pup rescue demos and more.
From 28 May 2022 through to 5 June 2022, join the team at Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm for a day filled with discovery, adventure and springtime fun!
What a jolly royal time to be had here at Dairyland for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee where we will be holding a fancy dress competition, face paint, crafts, our royal animals quiz, old school games and so much more!
To celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s platinum Jubilee, Wheal Martyn has lots of royally fun activities planned!
This May half term The Rock Pool Project are helping National Maritime Museum Cornwall discover more from the rock pools along our Cornish coast.
The second of Living Spit’s (un)Holy Trinity of hilarious heritage historiographies is go as Howard and Stu attempt to tell the story of the greatest monarch that ever lived – Elizabeth: The Virgin Queen.
In his own words, Douglas Robertson presents a personal recount of one family’s incredible story of survival at sea.
Treat yourself to a delicious full Cornish breakfast at Wheal Martyn with some of the characters from the china clay industry and then enjoy a guided tour of historic china clay works.
Philip Pullman weaves a magical tale of goddesses and demons, pirates and lovesick elephants that is both enchanting and profound, a landscape that is captured perfectly in David Bruce’s vibrant music and Glyn Maxwell’s witty libretto.
With tongue-in-cheek melodrama, sharp satire and glittering wit, The Pirates of Penzance is as fresh as if it had been written today. It is packed-full of memorable songs such as “To be a Pirate King!”; “Modern Major General” and “A Policeman’s Lot is Not
Each day at National Maritime Museum Cornwall there’ll be performances of I Saw A Monster, they’re hunting for tentacles on the Museum Trail and in Make & Take they’re creating their very own sea monster puppets.
Sir John Falstaff is short of cash, but he’s got a cunning plan. All he has to do is seduce the wives of two wealthy citizens. But he’s bitten off more than he bargained for as the witty wives determine to teach the knight a lesson he won’t forget.
On a trip to Florence with her fussy cousin as a chaperone, Lucy Honeychurch encounters the Emersons – a working-class father and son who challenge her to look at the world anew. Passion blossoms in a sea of violets and Lucy’s world is turned upside-down.
The nights are drawing in and the shadows are taking over. Come and join National Maritime Museum Cornwall for a spooky half term this October with Silhouettes and Shadows!
On Monday 31 October dress as ghosts and ghouls for tricks and treats at National Maritime Museum Cornwall.
This Christmas holiday enjoy magically lit boats, merry Make & Takes and a Museum Trail – Christmas at National Maritime Museum Cornwall takes on the theme of Lanterns & Lights with a magical nautical twist.