Time of year
On the many coast documentaries that abound, Neil Oliver and his crew, alerted us to the importance of Porthcurno, in the history of telecommunications. The full story is superbly set out by the Telegraph Museum and bears testimony to the incredible importance of this, far flung…
We didn’t have particularly high expectations for the museum (knowing nothing about it) but really enjoyed our visit. Lots of very hands on exhibits made it great for the kids. Superb welcome and demonstration from Sue brought it all to life for us. Finished off with…
Always hugely interesting to visit here and see what is happening. And it’s nice to see some changes and new exhibitions as is the case this year. Super friendly staff as well. No food at the cafe though. Although that was due to staff sickness. Well worth a trip.
Stopped off at the Telegraph Museum for a coffee and cake on our walk. Very friendly ,helpful staff,the best chocolate cake and lovely loos. Coming back again to visit the museum and have more cake. Also very dog friendly.
Visited with the kids, very interesting part of out communication history also they have underground war time communication bunkers, well worth a look