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to Geevor Tin Mine

Geevor Tin Mine was the last mine to work the famous St Just Mining District, the site of the largest number of undersea tin and copper mines in the world!

Today we are a family friendly, year round, multi-award winning heritage attraction and museum. Our rich mining history set in the wild and rugged landscape on the North Atlantic Coast makes Geevor a must visit location within the Cornish Mining World Heritage Sites.

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Put your hard hat on and follow in the footsteps of Cornish miners

Spend your day immersed in the largest preserved mining site in the UK.

A mine brought to life with a real underground experience, poignant areas of the site left unchanged, machinery demonstrations, interactive exhibits, and stories from our tour guides recalling their time working as miners at Geevor.

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Experience what life was like working at Geevor

The Story of Geevor

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On February 16th 1990 Geevor went onto a' Care and Maintenance' programme with only a skeleton staff, and all miners were laid off.

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Be a part of Cornish mining history and help us to keep our heritage and our stories alive.

Bring your whole family to Geevor for a day filled with discovery, exploration and adventure. All set in the remarkable coastal landscape of the Tin Coast, West Cornwall

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Covid Update

The safety of everyone, staff and visitors, is our priority and we will continue to follow current government COVID guidance

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Open Sunday to Thursday

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Posted 20/07/21  |  Events

Crosscut by James Barber

Crosscut is a multisensory, otherworldly experience that immerses the audience in the sights, sounds and atmosphere of the subterranean world of mining.

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Posted 26/05/21  |  News

3D VR Accessibility

Virtual reality tours offer accessibility breakthrough at Cornish World Heritage Site

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