Seasonal vacancies are now available in our Front of House and Café areas. Wherever you are, you’ll join a small, friendly team and get the chance to share the remarkable story of Porthcurno with our visitors.
As the leaders of the G7 countries converge in West Cornwall for the 2021 G7 Summit, we take a look at the cable connections between the countries attending, and the significance of Cornwall as a hub of global communications.
PK Porthcurno celebrates National Volunteers Week 2021. Our volunteers have been a major part of the running of our day-to-day activities and we would not be able to do what we do without them!
Our PK Challenge to celebrate Whitsun is to create some beautiful paper birds.
New for 2021, are some specially commissioned silk flags by local artist Lucy Birbeck. Read our interview with Lucy and discover what inspires her to create large scale flags.
We are proud to support the South West Coast Path Association (SWCPA) as a Way Maker Friend and to join over 300 other Way Maker businesses and organisations helping to preserve the Coast Path.
Our STEAM activity for May is creating a sundial – a very early method of measuring time.
Our STEAM activity for April is to investigate how things travel through the air.
Meet our Digital Marketing Apprentice, Josh Deacon, as we celebrate National Apprenticeship Week 2021.
Cornwall Tourism Awards 2020/21, Patrick Trembath, Gardener and Groundsman, is nominated for the Unsung Hero Award!
This week, the museum’s YouTube channel reached the significant milestone of 150 subscribers to time for the 150th anniversary of the final splice (8th June, 1870) of the Cable to India!