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Tin Coast Visitor Information

The Tin Coast is jam packed full of things to do and places to visit.

Delve deeper into all that Pendeen, Morvah and St Just has to offer through our online Tin Coast Visitor Information Hub.

Use the map to guide you to where things are, listen to stories of local life, even pick up a Cornish word or two. Dynnargh.

Geevor is a leading charity partner in the Tin Coast Network. We are working together with local businesses and organisations to plan for visitors to the local area so that our economy thrives, in balance with our the local community, preserving our local heritage, and protecting our natural environment so it can thrive in years to come.

Nearby neighbours

Extend your visit to Geevor by enjoying a visit to Levant Mine and beyond.

The South West Coastal Path crosses through Geevor, meaning you can enjoy a walk as part of your visit to the Mine (or after).

We’re a great place to park (for free) and start a walk to National Trust sites Levant Mine and onwards to Botallack – enjoy a lunch in our café before you depart for your walk, or as a reward on your return!

Note: You will need to book your visit to Levant via the National Trust website.

Photo: Perran Tremewan

Download our app that will guide your walk to Levant and Botallack

Friends around the corner

We highly recommend PK Porthcurno, the Telegraph Museum – an award winning family friendly museum only a few miles down the road. This museum was once the heart of international telecommunications and has an amazing story to tell, one which Geevor Miners are an important part of.

Based next to the museum is the renowned beach at Porthcurno and perched on the cliffs nearby is Rowenna Cade’s extraordinary Minack Theatre,

Land’s End is only ten miles away, the UK most westerly point, a title held by Cape Cornwall until a survey in the 18th century established that Land’s End was in fact ‘Land’s End’!

A little further afield but still very much West

The Tate St Ives is a ten mile drive to the East. The best way of getting there is on The Atlantic Coaster, an open top bus which takes you along one of the UK’s scenic routes –  what a view from up top!

You could also enjoy a visit to the National Trust property, Trengwainton Garden or the tranquil and artist delights of Tremenheere Sculpture Garden, just outside Penzance.

And the iconic St Michael’s Mount is close by in Marazion.

Photo: Benjamin Elliot