Cornwall Gold


    In the heart of Cornwall’s tin mining landscape you and your family can find the perfect place to treat yourselves.

    Set in 18 acres of beautiful grounds, the beauty and heritage of the Cornish land is the inspiration for everything we do. From the design of our jewellery, the addition of a touch of Tolgus tin to our unique collections, to the award-winning local food served in the Cornish Pantry restaurant, the unmissable visit of our very own Cornish heritage, Tolgus tin Mill, and the focus on families wanting to have fun on holiday – all in one place.

    Cornwall Gold Opening Times

    Mon - Sat 9.00am to 5.00pm Sundays 10.00am - 4.00pm

    Closed: Easter Sunday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day

    Normal opening hours apply to Bank Holidays.

    Cornwall Gold, Nr Portreath

    Cornwall Gold

    There are so many things to do in Cornwall Gold, so book today and get ready to make memories! Delightful jewellery steeped in Cornish history, an ancient tin mill to explore, all new interactive exhibition, delicious homemade food, and loads of inside activities to entertain kids including free panning for gold!

    Dog friendly, free parking, open daily and free entry. Visit Cornwall Gold, Corwall’s best-kept secret come rain or shine…


    You can also explore the Tolgus Mill (free entry), Cornwall’s only remaining Victorian tin mill and be whisked back to the past in this unforgettable heritage site. For a number of years we have been regenerating the mill to once again produce tin, which we now combine with silver and gold to create unique pieces that will keep our proud Cornish heritage alive for generations.

    We are lucky enough to be the custodians of this ancient Mill, in which tin is processed to be added to our jewellery. It's the last working tin streaming mill of its kind and we are delighted to invite you to discover the processes, the machines, artefacts and human stories attached to our rich Cornish heritage.

    Months of research, unveiling treasures and discovering what it was really like to work at Tolgus 100 years ago, all in the name of passion for our Mill, Tolgus, and its sustainable regeneration.


    10,000ft² exhibition for the whole family to enjoy.

    Free Entry

    It’s free to enter Cornwall Gold and you don’t need to book, however if you do, you will get a £5 voucher to spend in our wonderful jewellery showroom.

    Cornwall Gold, the Cornish Pantry Restaurant, Create and Paint and The Bear Works are open daily.

    Find us just off the A30 between Portreath and Redruth.

    Fun For All Ages

    FREE PANNING FOR GOLD Tolgus Stream Panning lets you sift sand with a traditional gold pan to reveal gems and hidden treasures. This undercover activity is ideal in all weather.

    CREATE & PAINT POTTERY Pottery painting is fun for all the family, young and old alike. We will glaze and fire your masterpiece or you can paint and take home the same day.

    THE BEAR WORKS Choose and make your new furry friend. Pick out an outfit and add a voice box, add a secret wish star and then create your new friend’s birth certificate.

    There’s also a world of creativity for young families to enjoy at Cornwall Gold whatever the weather - make your own teddy bear or paint your own pottery. Plus, you can even enjoy panning for gold a FREE activity, undercover, that all ages will enjoy.

    Rain or shine, this is the perfect place to treat yourself and your family.

    Pick A Pearl

    Pick your very own pearl from a shell in our wonderful Pick-a-Pearl experience. Choose an Akoya oyster and learn all about your pearl and what makes it unique as we grade it for you in our showroom.

    You can then choose the perfect setting for your new pearl from a range of silver and gold pieces and watch as we expertly set it there and then. A wonderful experience for all the family.

    Our stunning Tolgus Jewellery Collection contains a touch of tin from our very own Tolgus Tin Mill. The mill on our site in Redruth is the last working tin streaming mill in Europe and has been a working mill for over 500 years, shrouded in a tapestry of rich Cornish history.
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