National Maritime Museum Cornwall is now temporarily closed due to Coronavirus restrictions. Read more about the Museum closure.
We know you love our Make and Take crafting sessions at the Museum so we’re now adding a few favourites online to keep the little ones occupied during lockdown (and beyond).
From Thursday 5 November National Maritime Museum Cornwall will be temporarily closed and Monsters of the Deep will go back into hibernation. We will reopen as soon as we are able to.
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At the entrance to Monsters of the Deep a huge eye keeps watch. It was designed and created by A-Side Studio and Engine House Animation Studio – find out more about the process.
At National Maritime Museum Cornwall we protect and celebrate our past and act as custodians of our shared maritime heritage. But we also explore our future – the future of our oceans, coastal communities and the maritime world.
This beautiful little chest, or Victorian writing slope, belonged to one of Falmouth’s ship and boat owners, Captain Albert Edward Benney.
A trip to National Maritime Museum Cornwall is fun for everyone. This October half term round up the littles ones and make a beeline for NMMC.
Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal, undertook an official visit to National Maritime Museum Cornwall today to celebrate the most ambitious exhibition in the Museum’s history, Monsters of the Deep: Science Fact and Fiction.