Penryn Museum is located on the ground floor of the Town Hall. It is well worth a visit, entry is free and it covers every aspect of Penryn's fascinating history including old fire appliances, toys, kitchen appliances, advertisements, original Glasney Stone, a selection of historic photographs of the Town, and lots more.
Access is via two steps up into the Museum building and one step into the museum hall, the rest of the museum is on one floor. A ramp can be provided but please contact the museum if help will be needed.
There are no toilets or dedicated parking but there is pay and display parking in Saracen Way and Commercial Road (behind the Job Centre) and free parking in Permarin Car Park. There are public toilets on Exchequer Quay and just off Permarin Car Park
The Museum is closed at present but normal hours will resume as below from Monday 2 March 2020.
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 10.00am - 3.30pm
Tel: 01326 372158
Address: Penryn Town Hall, Higher Market Street, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 8LT
For out of hours visits please contact Penryn Town Council:
2014 has seen The Penryn Museum team up with Field Notes to commission two London-based artists to create new work in response to the collection and the heritage of the area. The project is supported by a New Opportunities Award, as part of New Expressions 3. More information on the project can be found on the Field Notes website.