Open 16 March - 8 June
Monday to Saturday (closed Sundays)
10.30 am - 4.30 pm
(last admission 4.00pm)
Admission £4.50 adults,
under 18s FREE
ADMISSION FREE ON SATURDAYS
From Easter Saturday
to 30 September:
10.00am - 5.00pm
(last admission 4.30pm)
WINNER Cornwall Tourism Awards GOLD
South West Tourism Excellence Awards GOLD
A photograph of a field at the bottom of Penlee Park, with three cows in it. There is a wire fence in the foreground with a wooden barrel and the field is lined with bare trees.
A photograph of a field at the bottom of Penlee Park, with a cow and calf in it. There is a wood and wire fence in the background, with a line of trees beyond.
A photograph of a double picture of John Branwell, eldest son of JR and Elizabeth Branwell. Elizabeth Trewhella notes how there were no twins in the family, therefore this is an example of John's experimentation with photography, which was an interest of his. Taken against a plain background, the two John's sit in chairs facing each other. The John to the right has a fading hand and legs, showing how the level of exposure has been played with.
A photograph of a distant view of St Michael's Mount and the surrounding coastline, taken from Eastern Green.
A photograph of a cow in a field with an iron fence and gate to the right in the background.
'A street in Newlyn'
A photograph of a cobbled pathway leading from a street in Newlyn. On the right are a flight of granite steps leading to an upstairs door. A young girl stands in the centre of the street looking elsewherem with a milk churn on the floor by her side. A man, possibly a fisherman, stands to the left looking at the camera, wearing a bowler hat and having a thick beard and moustache. A small girl, half obscured, stands to the right. An identival negative to PEZPH : 1993.43.118, but in this version, the photograph has been given a decorative border.
'Returning from Whiting'