Geevor Mine

Geevor Mine and Levant Beam Engine

Overview

7.1 miles

The largest mining museum in Britain with underground tours and “gold” panning. Levant Beam Engine is a short walk away.

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What makes it special

  • Largest preserved mine site in the country
  • A real 18th century tin min
  • Explore the Hard Rock museum with its interactive displays

Opening Hours
Geevor Tin Mine is open Sunday to Friday.
(closed on Saturdays).
 
From November to March the site will be open 10.00am till 4.00pm.
The museum and surface workings are self guiding.
Underground tours run at 11.00am,1.00pm,3.00pm. 
From April the site opens at 9.00am and the underground experience runs from 10.00am. The site closes at 5.00pm.
 

Last admission 1 hour prior to closing.

Price

Adult £14.90
Museum Only £12.00
Child (4yrs and over) £8.70
Child Under 4yrs Free
Student £8.70
Senior Citizen £12.75
Family Ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children) £46.00

Hostels nearby

Geevor Mine and Levant Beam Engine

Penzance, Cornwall, TR19 7EW

Map references

OS Grid Ref: SW 37324 34682

Lat/Lng: 50.153866, -5.6786595

Contact information

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