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St Agnes Museum

Cornwall

Free to all

Mining, family history, domestic life and maritime history are all represented in the collection.

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.


St Agnes Museum

Free to all

Penwinnick Road, St Agnes, Cornwall, TR5 0PA

01872 552301

Website

Opening times

21 June- 31 Oct 21
Sun-Mon

10.30am-5pm

Improved ventilation and Covid-19 measures in place.


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