Botallack Count House

Spectacular cliff-edge mine workings

Built during the 1860s at the height of the Cornish mining boom, the Count House at Botallack stands on the cliffs near the Crowns Mine. It was the hub of the day-to-day running of the mine and also where the miners collected their pay. Find out more about the stories and sights of the St Just area or come along to a community event.

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Reasons to Visit

  • A great place to find out about the history and wildlife of the St Just Area
  • Up-to-date info on spectacular walks and the latest events

Planning your visit

Address

The Count House
Botallack
St. Just in Penwith
Penzance
Cornwall

TR19 7QQ

Telephone

01736 796993

Opening times

10.00 – 16.00 Daily (except 25th/26th December and 1st January)

Price

Free / donations welcome

Facilities

  • baby changing facilities
  • disabled access

Travel guide

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