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Local Attractions

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Geevor tin Mine: This former mine closed in 1990 gives an insight into working conditions of former miners. There are many exhibits on display including an underground tour.

Minack Theatre: Completed in 1932, this open air theatre is set on the cliffs at Porthcurno with blue sea as a backdrop. The theatre is open from May to September.

Cape Cornwall Golf Club: A 5529 yard, par 69 course, situated 0.5 mile from Capeway. The course has views over Cape Cornwall, the Brisons and Porth Ledden.

Porthcurno Telegraph Museum: This was the centre of international cable communication from 1870-1970 ad also a training college for the communications industry unit 1993. It has a collection of cable station equipment with the exception of working cables.

Lands End Experiene: Most Southwesterly point on the Brtish Mainland, with views to the Longships reef and the Isles of Scilly on a clear day.

Levant Mine Trewellard: Cliff top mining museum with the oldest working stream engine and site of the Man-Engine tragedy of Monday 20th October 1919 when 31 miners died.

St Michaels Mount: Built in the 14th Century on the former site of a monastic shrine.

Sennen Surf School: Learn to surf.

Open Top Bus: Runs from Penzance to St Ives calling at many coastal places.

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Trengwainton Gardens: A 25 acre garden with views across Mount’s Nay and wonderful displays of magnolias, rhododendrons and camellias in the spring.