King Edward Mine Museum Shop

The museum shop has a large stock of cards, books and gifts connected with Cornwall and Cornish mining. They can be purchased during normal museum opening hours.  We are now able to take credit/debit cards.

Concessionary prices 2019

On presentation of appropriate membership cards there is a 10% discount on items in the shop for members of ; 

 

Carn Brea Mining Society

Friends of King Edward Mine

Trevithick Society

King Edward Mine Volunteers

In 2014, the History of Camborne School of Mines was published and available from KEM shop.    It includes  information and photographs of King Edward Mine in its use for mining education.  Also available directly from Trevithick Society.

Also available in the shop;

King Edward Mine: An Illustrated Account of Underground and Surface Operations 1897-2001 by Tony Brooks and John Watton

From the foreword by Brian Earl;

"King Edward Mine was never a large mine; by present day standards it is almost insignificant in size; but its influence on the world of mining has been immense. Indeed, much of the world's mining has been done by students who were fortunate enough to have trained there.   The account of mine photography is fascinating.  One has only to try to take photographs underground to appreciate the skills required. "


There are a range of local cards by Paul Jenkin

New for 2019:

See a video of our Californian Stamps in action. 

This unique part of Cornish mining history will be running on Open Day.

 

As a volunteer, you could help us conserve more of our mining heritage.

Events 2019

We open for the summer on Good Friday 19th April.

Our first Car Boot is on Saturday April 20th

Family Easter Hunt on 21st April

Annual free Open Day on Sunday 28th April 

see News and Events

Visit the Croust Hut Cafe

 Croust Hut Cafe is open all year.

STEM Club

Out of School Science Education - see News&Events

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