Based at Tumblydown Farm, Moseley is now the home of a number of working engines once used in nearby South Crofty Tin Mine. Lovingly restored by enthusiasts, these now work on the tracks at the museum. A great destination for kids and grown-ups alike, Moseley Museum showcases the engineering prowess behind the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site.
Tolgus Mount, north of Redruth town centre - TR15 3TA
Opening and admission
Our museum is open on Sunday, Monday and Thursday afternoons throughout the year, 1pm to 4.30pm. It may be opened most other days by appointment, or just simply come along on one of the many open days. Individuals, groups, children, dogs on leads, all welcome. Admission, parking and all activities on site are FREE OF CHARGE. Voluntary donations to assist with running costs and development are much appreciated.
What you can see and do
Take a ten minute railway ride to see the horses in their paddocks. Watch the action on the numerous vintage model train layouts. See over 100 Meccano models and operate our hands-on examples yourself. Explore the galleries in the coal mine, and reminisce over the countless curio exhibits. Birthday parties, educational and party visits are welcome. Guided tours, lectures and catering is available by request.
Please Note: Tumblydown Farm is an operational stables and equine site. Stout footwear is recommended, and children must be supervised. There are some limits to wheelchair access.