Members of Planet PK flew out to Carcavelos to meet the SOS Quinta Dos Ingleses team and to visit the site under threat of development.
A deep-dive into our new, brightly coloured, and accessible undersea telegraph cable in our museum. Designed and developed by Sophie Bellec.
Recently we have been looking at the relationship between bats and their main prey moths and how the two have evolved over millions of years.
As the heatwave was upon us all in August we were busy engaging with thousands of people across PK and on the beautiful Porthcurno beach.
For World Maritime Day read our collection of success, failures, historic moments and wars involving cableships throughout history.
At the end of August, we had a wonderful time at Truro History Pride. We really enjoyed sharing our secret code activity, talking about the history of global communications, and meeting lots of friendly people.
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.