National Maritime Museum Cornwall will reopen on Monday 17 May. Read more about our reopening.
Until February 2021.
This exhibition of paintings of traditional boats of Falmouth showcases the work of artist James Dodds. It includes several new commissions including a Falmouth pilot cutter.
We are very excited to announce our programme for 2020. It’s chocca with what we’ve become renowned for – exceptional theatre performance, opportunities to learn in exciting and different ways and a blockbuster exhibition that could be considered out of this world!
Every Thursday During Term Time
Explorer caps and backpacks on and magnifying glasses at the ready, we’re going on an adventure. Minnows Explorers is National Maritime Museum Cornwall’s grandparent and grandchildren activity sessions and is all about creating, making and exploring together.
MINNOWS TALES HAS BEEN POSTPONED Weekly storytelling and sing-a-long Every Monday during term time at 11 o’clock! Drop in for a lively half hour of stories, songs and rhymes. Minnows Tales is free with your museum entry ticket. Term time only.
Sunday 22 March
Join us for a special Mother’s Day Make and Take. Say thank you for being mum by decorating a canvas tote bag with designs from the deep sea.
National Maritime Museum Cornwall is back on the water from May and once again offering visitors the chance to hop on board one of the Museum’s heritage boats for a guided trip of falmouth from the water.
Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 May
Get water wise with the RNLI as they take over the Museum for Water Safety Weekend! With awesome demonstrations and games, learn the techniques that can help keep you safe in the water and discover more about the RNLI’s important work.
There is so much happening in 2020 at the Museum. From new blockbuster exhibitions to the best in family entertainment, next year is going to be the best yet.