King Edward Mine Museum is open every summer. The exhibits in the museum tell the remarkable story of how this Cornish mine has survived almost intact for over 100 years.
King Edward Mine is the oldest complete mine site left in Cornwall and is situated in the World Heritage Area. All the buildings are Grade II* Listed and are of national importance.
Using rescued machinery the mill has been restored to working condition much as it would have been in the early years of the last century. Each visitor is taken on a guided tour of the mill to see much of the rare equipment in use as it would have been in the early 1900s.
King Edward Mine is ideally situated for those who wish to access the multi-activity trails on its doorstep and offers free parking to those using them. Car Parking available. Pets are allowed. Smoking is not allowed.