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Open from 2nd December

We are open from Sundays to Thursdays 10-4

We are open once again from Wednesday December 2nd! Come and discover the story of the Cornish tin and copper mining industry at Geevor Tin Mine. Geevor is set in stunning scenery on the Atlantic coast and was the last mine to work the famous St Just Mining District. Explore the mine buildings at your own pace and take a visit into 18th century Wheal Mexico Mine where men worked 200 years ago. Please use our on-line booking system before you visit. Please note: It is essential that you bring a face covering with you and wear it while in the buildings and the mine.

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Follow in the footsteps of Cornish miners!

The stunning Cornish coastline around Pendeen was once at the heart of the Cornish tin and copper mining industry. Geevor Tin Mine gives you the opportunity to visit a real mine and learn what life was like for a Cornish miner.

Put on your hard hat and explore the mine!

Go Underground in an 18th Century Tin Mine

Enjoy one of the best days out in Cornwall for the whole family - filled with discovery, exploration and adventure.

Walk through the tunnels of 18th Wheal Mexico Mine made by men and boys who worked in the mine more than 200 years ago. Please note: it is essential that you bring a face covering to wear in the mine.

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Posted 28/10/19  |  News

Britain in bloom award

For the second year running Geevor has received The Britain in Bloom Gold Award. Thanks to our hardworking groundsman Andrew Thatcher and grass cutter Brian Nicholas.

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