Cornwall Heritage Trust is partnering with Geevor Tin Mine Museum to offer its members free entry to the site.
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 it is a family-friendly, multi-award-winning heritage attraction and museum. Cornwall’s 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.
Membership Manager, Sophie Meyer said: “Cornwall’s rich mining history is something we are incredibly proud of here at the Trust so it’s wonderful to give our members free access to Geevor, which is such an important part of that industrial heritage.”
Free entry to Geevor Tin Mine Museum is the latest benefit to be enjoyed by Cornwall Heritage Trust members as a thank you for their ongoing support of its work to preserve and strengthen Cornwall’s rich and distinct heritage.
These benefits include free entry to English Heritage’s Tintagel Castle, Restormel Castle, St Mawes Castle, Pendennis Castle, Launceston Castle, and Chysauster Ancient Village, 50% off entry at Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum, 50% off Adult Admission to King Edward Mine and 50% off entry to the Vale of Avalon/Arthurian Centre.
The Trust also hosts a packed calendar of special events and guided walks throughout the year, which its members receive priority access to attend.
*Please note Cornwall Heritage Trust members gain free entry to Cornwall’s English Heritage sites on non-event days. An additional charge is required on event days, such as the Legendary Joust or Pirates! at Pendennis Castle, and on some bank holidays. Please check www.english-heritage.org.uk in advance of your visit.