St Agnes Museum

St Agnes
Free to all

St Agnes Museum in Cornwall offers local history exhibits on mining, maritime life, farming, domestic life and folklore.

The museum also houses important paintings by two local 19th-century artists – a fine self-portrait by John Opie (1761-1807), the village's most famous son, and a handsome portrait by his great-nephew Edward Opie, bought with Art Fund help in 2006.

Visitor information


St Agnes Museum

Penwinnick Road, St Agnes, Cornwall, TR5 0PA
01872 552301

Free to all

Opening times

21 June- 31 Oct 21


Exclusions and safety measures

Improved ventilation and Covid-19 measures in place.

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