Levant Mine and Beam Engine

Important notice -

Levant Mine and Beam Engine is open Sunday to Thursday by pre-booked tour only. You will need to book your visit in advance. Thank you.

High-up on the exposed cliffs of the 'Tin Coast' and part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. At its heart, the restored 1840s beam engine running on steam.

Levant Mine and Beam Engine

What's on 

Book your visit

Please note you need to book tickets to visit Levant Mine and Beam Engine.

Levant Mine and Beam Engine

Things to see and do

View of Levant Mine and sea

Parking for Levant Mine 

Parking for Levant is at Geevor Mine. A stunning walk along the coastal path from Geevor Mine to Levant, immerse yourself in the atmosphere of this beautiful place. Read this article to find out what you need to know for parking at Levant.

Tin Coast

What is the Tin Coast? 

A seven mile stretch of coast with a rich mining history. We are one of the partners of local organisations that share the stories of this fascinating World Heritage Site.

Coastal view of the Tin Coast

Geevor on the Tin Coast 

An easy walk from Levant Mine, Geevor Tin Mine can be visited year round.

Walker crossing a stone footbridge in the countryside

Follow the Countryside Code 

With more people than ever enjoying our coast and countryside places, we’re asking for your help in looking after them during your visit. Please help us protect wildlife and landscapes by following the Countryside Code, which includes taking any litter home with you and not lighting a barbecue or campfire.

Levant Mine and Beam Engine

History

Levant Mine and Beam Engine

Get involved

View of Levant Mine and Beam Engine

Find your next adventure at Levant 

We're looking for passionate people to join the Levant team. Are you interested in working at this special industrial site for a great cause?

Levant Mine and Beam Engine

Wildlife

Video

Cornish Choughs

The population of choughs in Cornwall declined towards the end of the 18th century. In the spring of 2002 a major milestone was achieved: a pair of choughs settled in a nest site on National Trust land. In the summer, four chicks were hatched, the first born in Cornwall for over 50 years. This video shows how the National Trust, RSPB, Natural England and tenant farmers work together to protect these special birds.