TEL:01726 843568 PL26 6QR
Open daily, 11am - 4pm, from Easter to October; 11am - 5pm, July and August
The museum at Mevagissey is a small but carefully exhibited collection which celebrates the rich history of this quintessential Cornish fishing village. The items displayed in the museum range from the large and mechanical to the weird and wonderful oddities that have washed up on the beach or been caught in a local fisherman’s nets. In all there are three flaws of local treasures to take you back through the years, lives, trades and traditions of Mevagissey. Boatbuilding has been a longstanding tradition in the village - even the museum building was previously a boatbuilding yard - and has a reputation for building high quality fishing vessels and combining traditional methods with modern materials.
Admission to the museum is free, although all donations are very welcome
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