The Telegraph Museum tells the fascinating story of the dawn of the age of worldwide communications from the very first global network to the modern day web of fibre optic cables.
Find out about the science that has made it all possible, the people who put the ideas into production, and how the world was changed forever… and discover Porthcurno’s amazing place at the very centre of the communications revolution.
Visit us and uncover Cornwall’s best kept secret…
If you are looking for a place to relax after a hard day exploring, or just fancy a cuppa with friends, our Museum Café is free to visit and open every day when the Museum is open.Serving simple yet delicious, seasonal and fresh food with locally-sourced Cornish ingredients, you are sure to find something on our varied menu. From cream teas to hearty sandwiches, why not make the most of our Café terrace overlooking the valley and gardens. Free super-fast Wi-Fi is available for all cafe visitors.
Our shop stocks a range of gifts, homeware, jewellery, books, toys, art prints, local ceramics and crafts, greetings cards, confectionery, postcards and pocket money items. Look out for bespoke gifts and cards inspired by our collections and stories, and designed exclusively for the Telegraph Museum.
The museum shop is open daily over the summer and every Saturday, Sunday and Monday during the winter. For more details please see the museum opening hours. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01736 810966.