National Maritime Museum Cornwall Discovery Quay Falmouth Cornwall TR11 3QY Pre-Arrival You can plan your journey by car or public transport using this downloadable map of Falmouth. Find the museum on the second map in grid 4D. By Ferry Fal River Cornwall run ferries sailing between Truro, Falmouth or St Mawes. For more information on … Continued
Exploring the story of why the Vikings are one of the most iconic cultures of all time, the two year exhibition reveals the secret to the Vikings’ success.
The Museum’s Collections consist of a range of objects, boats, art, books and archives in support of its mission to promote an understanding of small boats and their place in people’s lives, and of the maritime Heritage of Cornwall. We are currently working towards making a full catalogue of our collections accessible online. Collections overview … Continued
Can you help us preserve your maritime heritage? We are a charity with no regular support from the government and we rely on our visitor income to continue our work. The generous support of individuals, companies, and trusts and foundations enables us to fulfill our educational mission and preserve maritime heritage.
With our award-winning architectural design and unique waterside location we boast an innovative building with stunning views over Falmouth harbour. Offering a number of adaptable spaces, nearby parking and fully equipped facilities, we provide the ideal setting for any corporate event or private occasion. Offering such a distinctive venue with versatile facilities means that every … Continued
The Museum’s research work is led by the Bartlett Maritime Research Centre which incorporates the Bartlett Library. The main themes are: Cornwall maritime history; British and international shipping; The history of boats. Research facilities: Private researchers are very welcome to explore the Bartlett Library or to seek answers to specific questions with the help of one of … Continued
Our crew of volunteers are very highly valued members of the Museum team. They contribute to the successful running of the Museum, working alongside our staff team. We are extremely grateful for all the support our volunteers provide but we are always keen to encourage others to join us. You can help in a variety … Continued
The Museum is run on a day to day basis by a small management team led by a Director. This is supported by a large number of volunteers who give freely of their time. See the separate page on volunteering for details of what this involves. There are no job opportunities at the present time.
Why become a Member? Because we give you: Free entry all year 10% discount on admission tickets for your friends and family (accompanying you on day of visit) 10% discount in the Museum shop and café* Invitations to special events Free entry to the Eden Project, Tate St Ives and Trebah Garden in November Free entry to … Continued
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Hope in the Great War: tells of heroic RNLI rescue Nov 1916 - Falmouth crew rescued 20 people from the tanker Ponus… https://t.co/8I60D00YHA
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Things to do in #Falmouth #Cornwall: family activities October + #Halloween Half Term 2016 at the NMMC… https://t.co/bwboF838yx