- Accessible parking
- Accessible toilets
- Information centre
- Cafe or shop
- Dog friendly
On the wild Tin Coast, the famed Crowns engine houses cling to the foot of the cliffs in a landscape transformed by its industrial past. Part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site, and the filming location for Wheal Leisure in BBC's Poldark, from here Cornish miners changed the world.
Tramper - available now, visit Countryside Mobility to find out more.
BSL Guided Tour - You can now enjoy the history and stories behind this place by borrowing a tablet loaded with British Sign Language videos at the site. You can also view them on our Heritage Ability Youtube channel using your own device. Make sure you’re subscribed!
Visual story - a guide to prepare you for your visit, detailing any unwelcome surprises. Pick up your copy at Botallack or Levant Mine, or download by clicking the images below.
Easy read interpretation - a guide which details the history and stories behind the site in plain English, supported by imagery. Available now at Botallack and Levant, or download by clicking the images below..
Large print format - designed to help people with visual impairments understand the history and stories at the site. Available now at Botallack or by downloading below.
Levant Large Print coming soon in 2020!
Staff and volunteers have received Disability Awareness Training and Deaf Awareness Training.
Contact National Trust - The Tin Coast
The Count House, Botallack, Penzance, Cornwall, TR19 7QQ