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Follow in the footsteps of Cornish miners

We are a family friendly multi-award winning heritage attraction, learning centre and museum. Geevor Tin Mine on the rugged cliffs of the Tin Coast of West Cornwall, is a real hands-on place to discover the story of Cornish metal mining, at this incredible World Heritage Site.

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Do something different! Put your hard hat on and go exploring at Geevor.

Astonishing history in an amazing landscape

Geevor is a real Cornish tin mine little changed from when the mine closed in 1990 with a real underground experience. This half term there are many activities for the family to enjoy including panning for gems, our quiz, our new QR trail, face painting with Delia and colouring-in corner for the younger ones all FREE with your entry ticket. Explore the mine and get hands-on in the hard rock museum. Talk to our tour guides about their time working as miners at Geevor. Car parking is FREE for all of our visitors.

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Experience what life was like working at Geevor

The Story of Geevor

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The exact date when mining began in the area eventually operated by Geevor is unknown - but in the old workings in the Wheal Carne section there is a date of 1791 cut into the wall of the adit (drainage) level.

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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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Posted 26/03/23  |  News

May half term holidays

Come and join us at Geevor this half term holiday and enjoy a whole host of events and activities for all the family!

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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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