Royal Cornwall Museum will be hosting a free-admission Open Day.

Royal Cornwall Museum is delighted to announce it will be hosting an Open Day to the public on Sunday 30 October, 10:00am -4:00pm.
Following the news that Royal Cornwall Museum has secured funding, the museum would like to thank the public for their continued support over the past few months and celebrate the news through a free-admission day.
Visitors will get to engage more with the museum, join as members and learn more about how to volunteer and support the museum in many ways to help further secure the future of RCM.
There will also be a range of activities for all ages, which include crafts, 10-minute tours, Halloween trails, historic handling sessions and games. There will also be a chance to visit all the museum’s temporary exhibitions free of charge.
Jonathan Morton, Executive Director of RCM, said “We are extremely grateful that Cornwall Council, the National Lottery Fund, Arts Council England, and Historic England have recognised the positive trajectory of RCM’s long-term plans for a sustainable future.”
Jonathan added, “We would also like to say how grateful we are to everyone who has supported the museum and its importance to Cornwall over the last few years and in the last few months.”
You can find more information on the Open Day, Half-Term activities and exhibitions at