Join us for the 30th anniversary of Murder Mysteries aboard the Bodmin & Wenford Railway! This year’s event is called Murder on The Railway – The 1940’s Diamond Heist.
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.
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
Using both photography and film, the show will also play videos James has made using camera traps at night to document the wildlife that inhabit the garden. As well as this, is a series of portraits of the gardeners and volunteers that have contributed to
This summer, take part in fun activities around Glendurgan Garden, supported by Sport England. Whether you’re finding your way in the maze or making a splash skimming stones on the beach we’ve got plenty of […]
Wander through our wildflower woodlands, vibrant meadows and abundant gardens, which Flower Fairies will you discover hiding within our magical summer garden?
Join our team to hear stories from fairy folklore to Heligan restoration, lots of inspiring and exciting stories for all.
This summer splash your way through our Seal and Penguin activities and traverse our chilling ice tunnels on an adventure to become a Polar Pro at the Shipwreck Treasure Museum, Charlestown!
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.
Explore visual and noisy forms of sending messages, from making giant environmental bubbles that remind us of smoke signals to the beat of Morse code. Make friends with our giant squid Morgy who likes to receive messages down his tentacles like a phone
Wednesdays throughout the summer holidays are our Wildlife Wednesdays! Join us to learn more about the wonderful pollinators that can be found around the Gardens and Estate, with a variety of fun family activities…
What do animal pawprints look like?
Try out our stamps of the animals and their pawprints in Porthcurno valley and the PK Archive.
Get messy while learning different types of printing, from colourful ink and 3D stamps, handprints, and lino prints, ther
How far can you jump whilst learning about the animals in Porthcurno Valley? Champion Porthcurno’s Plastic-free status by leaving only footprints in the valley and receive a wooden medal.
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.
Pop down to Cotehele Quay to see the World Famous Ashdown Mummers performing as part of their country tour
Visit the Bull Pen Gallery at National Trust Cotehele on Sunday 21 August to meet artist Eleanor Russell-Hsieh.
Cornwall’s finest jazz musicians, joined by singers of Jimmy Cannon and Sylvia McEwen, will lead you through an evening of swing band classics.
Treat yourself to a delicious full Cornish breakfast at Wheal Martyn with some of the characters from the china clay industry.
Molly Hocking (The Voice UK, winner 2019) takes the stage with her band of talented musicians, to take you on her music journey.
Part of the national Heritage Open Days Festival, Wheal Martyn’s free event celebrates our local clay country history and culture.
RARE BREEDS WEEKENDS at THE LOST GARDENS OF HELIGAN Heligan Home Farms’ Livestock Team are getting ready to be able to celebrate and highlight all the rare breed residents who call Heligan their home. This […]
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.
On 11 September, join a family-friendly sponsored walk to fundraise for Wheal Martyn Trust.
The 5 star comedy sensation direct from the West End. World tour premieres at the Minack.
Treat yourself to a delicious full Cornish breakfast at Wheal Martyn alongside people from the china clay industry.
★★★★ ‘Full of sharp one-liners and well crafted gags…a real talent to look out for’ Metro
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!
From the horrible Henries to the end of evil Elizabeth, hear the legends (and the lies!) about the torturing Tudors.
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.