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On the wild Tin Coast, the famed Crowns engine houses cling to the foot of the cliffs. Part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site and Poldark filming location.

on the Tin Coast, near St Just, Cornwall, TR19 7QQ

Mine buildings on the edge of cliffs with sunset over the sea

Planning your visit

A view down to the Botallack mines on the rocky coastline in springtime, Cornwall

Augmented reality at Botallack

This summer augment your reality at Botallack and step back in time with our brand new augmented experience. Discover a dramatic landscape transformed by its industrial past. Coming on 27 July, please check back here soon for more details.

A visitor hiring a Tramper at Pentire, Cornwall

Accessibility at Botallack 

We believe Botallack should be accessible for all. There are many ways we try to make your visit as accessible as possible, find all the information you need to discover how you can best access this special place.

Cappucino in the Orangery restaurant at Cliveden, Buckinghamshire

Eating and drinking at Botallack

The Count House Cafe, Botallack Count House (not National Trust) is run by the great team from the Count House Cafe Geevor. Serving a variety of hot and cold drinks and tasty snacks, the cafe is located in Botallack Count House off the South West Coast Path. Usually open seven days a week, please check under visitor information for opening times.


Botallack Map 

Take a look at the map of Botallack to help plan your visit.

Dog on a lead at Nostell Priory in West Yorkshire

Visiting Botallack with your dog 

Botallack, on the 'Tin Coast', is one pawprint rated. Find out everything you need to know about visiting here with your dog.

A visitor hiring a Tramper at Pentire, Cornwall

Hiring a mobility scooter at Botallack 

Visitors with limited mobility can explore the coastal scenery and industrial heritage of the Tin Coast from Botallack Count House. Find out how you can hire one of two Tramper mobility scooters available at Botallack.

A drone pilot flying a drone over the Cerne Abbas Giant in Dorset, with countryside visible in the background and blue skies above.

Flying drones at our places 

All aerial activity above our sites is prohibited unless specific permission is granted, according to an existing byelaw.

A young child and her mother bending down to look at flowers in the Sunken Garden in May at Castle Ward, County Down, Northern Ireland

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