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 'Folk' design tankard of tapering from decorated in black with a stylised lion on a sponged and sprayed orange background.
a 16 page obituary supplement of Winston Churchill : 'Winston Churchill The Story of a Man of Destiny' , taken from the Daily Telegraph, dated Monday January 25th 1965. Written by Colin R. Coote and includes photographs.
a booklet written by Kay Browne on 'Edward VIII/ The Inheritor of a Tradition', which would have cost 1d. It was published at the Empire Day Movement in London, and has a photo on the cover of King Edward VIII. 8 pages long, it documents the life of Edward VIII before he became King.
a brown paper bag from Frank Jacob's Drapers shop, in Penzance. On one side only is printed in blue and red writing 'Frank Jacobs Ltd. Penzance 'Phone 2032' with a picture of St Michael's Mount above. There is also a white bag with black writing and image in the collection (2001.127).
The item is a handbill poem written by Henry Quick of Zennor on December 1, 1835. It was written for John Verrant of St Hilary, and the first letters of each line spell the man's name. Henry Quick gives details of both his and John Verrant's age, at the time of writing the poem, and he signs his poem in a very identifiable style.
headed Borough of Penzance Mayor's fund for the poor 1938
a gold wreath with pink roses and the lettering Present from Marazion
A handbill, upon which is printed a poem, entitled 'Lay, By a Cabby'. The paper has been backed with a piece of board.