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The Shipwreck Treasure Museum and Shackleton's Legacy Exhibition are open daily from 10am-4pm with last admission at 3.30pm.

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Groups

Bring your crew to come exploring with us in the Shipwreck Treasure Museum.

You’ll weave your way through more than 8,000 finds from over 165 wrecks in our permanent museum collection, (the largest of its kind in Europe!) and immerse yourself in our brand new exhibitions and experiences where you’ll descend into our ice tunnels to get a real sense of what life was like for brave pioneering explorers.

Situated at the top of the historic Georgian Harbour, you can also take in the stunning views, walk in Ross Poldark’s footsteps, or visit the the 2 beautiful beaches during your trip.

A fantastic way for your Group* to spend an hour in a beautiful part of Cornwall, within easy reach of both The Lost Gardens of Heligan and The Eden Project.

Also receive 10% discount in our Museum shop.

*Minimum of 10 visitors

 

 

Cast a line to 01726 69897 or email us on [email protected] for more…

Charlestown

Transport yourself back in time to Georgian Britain.

With 8,000 finds from over 150 shipwrecks, there are plenty of treasures at the Museum, but if you’d like to extend your visit further, why not explore the stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site of Charlestown. You’ll find shops, restaurants and two beautiful beaches waiting to be discovered.

For more information about things to do in Charlestown, click here.

Education Groups

Make a splash with your class

Are you scouting for a trip your class wont forget? We’ve got you covered.

The combination of our historic collection and engaging storytelling makes a school trip to the Shipwreck Treasure Museum an unforgettable educational experience your class will love!

Contact us on [email protected]

 

Learn more

For all group enquiries please call 01726 69897 or drop us an email and one of our friendly and knowledgeable team will get back to you.

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