Cornwall played a pioneering role in mining and is now a world heritage site which showcases our culture on a global level.
Why not visit one of the variety of Cornish mining heritage
- The Geevor Tin Mine, this is the longest preserved mining site in the UK
- Rosevale Mine at Zennor
- Poldark Mine, here you can pan for gold
- Botallack – the worlds best preserved arsenic works where you can walk through the labyrinths
Alternatively saddle up and cycle the mineral tramways through Camborne, Redruth and Gwennap or take a stroll and visit the Cornish engine houses in dramatic clifftop locations from Chapel Porth to St. Agnes