The safety of our visitors, volunteers and staff is paramount to us so it is with regret that we have decided to temporarily close National Maritime Museum Cornwall. Read our full statement.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been 20 years since building work started to create National Maritime Museum Cornwall.
There was a lot to celebrate at the Museum this week as we welcomed our two millionth visitor! We also discovered we’d been awarded a significant Arts Council Grant for our next major exhibition, due to open in 2020.
Cornish Maritime History Day, on Saturday 5 October, is a celebration of Cornwall’s fascinating maritime history.
Sunday 21 June
Can you create something shipshape from scrap? This Father’s Day build a boat and unleash your competitive side as you race them in the Boat Pool.
The glistening waters of Falmouth are beckoning and so now is the perfect time to book a Heritage Boat Tour. This year we are delighted to offer a boating experience like no other, so here’s our top reasons why you should make a beeline for a boat tour.
The new RNLI Rescue Zone has landed at NMMC! Dress up as a life guard and climb aboard a real RNLI quad bike, inshore rescue boat or a rescue water craft. Don an RNLI helmet and take the helm of a rescue boat, imagine punching through the surf to reach a casualty. The interactive exhibition…
After years of careful restoration National Maritime Museum Cornwall put Sea Queen back on the water where she belongs. See her incredible transformation in images below. Find out more about Sea Queen’s restoration.
After three years of meticulous and extensive restoration Sea Queen, a Mevagissey working boat owned by National Maritime Museum Cornwall, is back in the water.