Skip to content
Skip to content

Kober, Arsenik, Sten – A Changing Landscape

Immerse yourself in the rich history and ongoing evolution of Cornwall’s mining sites through a new photographic exhibition by Noah Breslin.

  • Booking not needed
  • Free event

An exhibition of mining landscape images by archaeology student, Noah Breslin, is currently showing at the National Trust’s Botallack Count House on the Tin Coast, running until the end of April. Using both modern photography techniques and pinhole photography, Noah showcases the timelessness of the mining landscape and the impact that is still felt today from Cornwall’s industrial past. ‘This series of images forms the Tin Coast section of a wider body of work looking at the changing social and physical landscapes of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. Working in both digital and analogue formats the project embraces the technology of times gone by and the present day, much like the varied mining technology still on show across Cornwall and West Devon.'


The basics


There is accessible parking and ramped access to Botallack Count House, and accessible facilities on site. If you have any access needs please call 01736 786934.


The exhibition will run during Botallack Count House opening hours, please see the website for times. Botallack and Botallack Count House are free to visit. The Count House Cafe (not National Trust) will be open, serving tasty snacks and drinks. There is plenty of parking available, charges apply (free for National Trust members).

Contact info

Botallack Count House Workshop