National Maritime Museum Cornwall will reopen on Monday 17 May. Read more about our reopening.
Opens Friday 20 March
Deep in the dark murky depths of the ocean bioluminescence dances and shadowy figures loom. Something’s there, but what?
Monday 31 May – Friday 4 June
For May half term we’re taking things off-site and online and heading to the shores of our seas. With The Rock Pool Project discover mini monsters on the trail through Falmouth and get crafting with our live online Make and Takes.
Runs until Sunday 5 September
Hegarty’s Boatyard is a photographic exhibition by Kevin O’Farrell of the last surviving traditional wooden boatyard in Ireland.
Runs until Sunday 3 October
Memories of Falmouth is a brand new exhibition of photography and film taken of Falmouth between 1934 – 1969, providing a fascinating insight into the town during this time
Prepare for another dazzling spectacle as the acclaimed aerial dance company, Yskynna, take to the sky. Set amongst the Flying Flotilla, Yskynna bring to life sea creatures with dance, music and storytelling.
Thur 8 July, 7.30pm
Join Viktor Wynd for a Guided tour of The UnNatural History Museum – his pop-up exhibition as part of Monsters of the Deep at NMMC.
Join our Curator in the Museum and discover what happens when Oshi, our curious Cornish Sea Sprite makes an unexpected visit.
Welcome to the Aliens of the Deep Family Trail as part of the Science of the Sea February half term activities. Are you ready for an adventure?