This summer we invite everyone to come and take part in our unique and playful activities at PK Porthcurno designed by our Learning Facilitators Alice Howard and Paul Tyreman.
It can be difficult to know where to start. Our quick guide for the PK Online Collection helps guide you to explore over 34,000 items.
Charity Kids in Museums has run a prestigious annual award for 16 years, recognising the most family-friendly heritage sites in the UK.
Last Sunday we had a wonderful time delivering Pop-up activities at Golowan. We met lots of lovely people who enjoyed our offerings.
Young Curator, Maeve shares how Planet PK took part in SAS’s Million Mile May and the mess left at Porthcurno car park over the May half-term
Ed Rowe, the Kernow King, shares his experiences of bringing our Cornish Caretakers show to schools and classrooms around Cornwall.
The archive at PK holds histories collected from those connected with C&W available to listen to online through the PK Online Collection.
Annabelle Garfield, Masters student at Exeter Uni explores a photo album from our PK archives about African Telegraphy throughout the 1900’s
For Mental Health Awareness Week we are happy to share this guest blog and beautiful mindfulness video by filmmaker Alban Roinard.
The collections held at the Museum of Global Communications contain archive material and objects from around the world, reflecting the global nature of the industry. The PK Online Collection (PKOC) provides a World Map that allows users to explore the items we have connected with a particular place.
PK’s Young Curator, Maeve Cushla shares the sustainable bee-keeping practices taking place at PK Porthcurno by our Bee Keepers.
Exeter Students Lottie & Haseeb observe the global history that is presented in the Zodiac Magazine, the print from Cable & Wireless LTD.