Cornish Mining attractions and partner organisations
Poldark Mine - visit an 18th century underground tin mine
Heartlands: visitor centre at former South Crofty mine
Geevor Mine Museum -centre within the Cornish Mining World Heritage
National Trust: East Pool Mine Cornish beam engines and industrial heritage discovery centre
Kelly Mine - a Devon iron mine situated on the eastern flank of Dartmoor
Royal Cornwall Museum - a beacon for Cornish heritage and culture; involving and inspiring people through engagement with Cornish heritage
St Just Miners' Chapel - help to secure the future. Built in 1833 St Just Miners’ Chapel is a Grade II* listed building of huge cultural, historical and spiritual significance.
Liskeard Museum -See the story of the tin, silver copper and other amazing minerals. Learn how deep the mines were and who worked above and below ground.
Levant Mine and beam engine - High-up on the exposed cliffs of the 'Tin Coast' and part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site
This lovely museum, housed in the town’s historic Market Buildings, is spread over five halls on three floors, and the thousands of objects will keep you fascinated, entertained and coming back for more!
During the 19th century, Hayle was foremost in global engineering and the world’s most important mining port.
Organisations and Societies related to Cornwall mines and mining
For current and past students of Camborne School of Mines
The Trevithick Society For Cornwall's industrial heritage
For the study of Southwest mining, geology and mineralogy
Cornish Mining - World Heritage Mining Landscape
For ex-miners and mine workers of Cornwall
The national body for mining history in the United Kingdom.
Cornish Mine Images 3,800 black & white images dedicated to Cornwall and Cornish mining
Minerals Engineering International - the largest source of information on mineral processing and extractive metallurgy on the internet