17 May – 31 October
Open Daily 10:00 – 17:00
Last admission one hour before closing.
Please see website for opening times.
The tiny Cornish village of Porthcurno was once the heart of international telecommunications, boasting the largest telegraph station in the world. Today, PK Porthcurno is a vibrant and captivating heritage attraction.
Discover our World War Two bunker, the secret hub of Britain’s wartime communications. Visit the Cable Hut where the underwater cables came ashore. Explore our exhibitions and interactive displays, telling the amazing story of global telecommunications from the first practical use of electricity to how we communicate today, using fibre optic cables that still run beneath the world’s seas and oceans.
Family: £26.00 (2 adults and up to 3 children aged 5-18)
Child: £5.50 (aged 5-18 – under 5s go free)
WE OFFER 50% OFF MUSEUM ENTRY TO THE FOLLOWING*:
• National Trust members
• English Heritage members
• Blue Light Card holders
• People that have arrived by bus
*Upon arrival: valid membership cards or a valid bus ticket must be shown.
BOOK YOUR TICKET ONLINE Please book timed entry tickets in advance of your visit. Visitors who are not booked will only be admitted if there is capacity when they arrive. GO TO PKPORTHCURNO.COM