Liskeard & District Museum

Due to the current lockdown Liskeard & District Museum will be closed until further notice

Our ground floor has now reopened and you can visit our popular toy exhibition and the new 1950s/1960s exhibition, the upper floors remain closed for now. This decision has been made for the health and wellbeing of our volunteer team and the wider community.

Work will continue in the museum to develop our displays, care for the collection and help with enquiries. We aim to keep everyone informed and able to view the exhibitions via Facebook and our websites.


Interactive fun for all the family. Home to the largest collection of toys in Cornwall ! Learn about the history of Liskeard, from the work of local heroine Emily Hobhouse to the story of how the rocks beneath your feet got turned into Silver, Lead and Tin…. Come face to face with the invading Daleks. See James Bond’s Golden Gun, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and many many more. Learning trails, interactive and augmented reality displays here too!

The museum is part of the World Heritage Site for Mining. Displays include mining and geological artefacts. Explore the development of the town from Mesolithic settlers to the present time. See many interactive and augmented reality displays here too!

Admission is free, families are very welcome and there is lift access to all floors.

Liskeard & District Museums Access Policy can be found here

Liskeard and District Museum Privacy Notice

>> More info on the Liskeard Museum here



Foresters Hall, Pike Street, Liskeard PL14 3JE



01579 346087







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