Museum appears in article on “Cornwall Legend and Lore”
A few months ago, a Cornish magazine “Cornwall Living” approached the Museum about a forthcoming article on Cornwall’s ancient past. It has now been published with the title “Legend and Lore: we delve into Cornwall’s ancient past with a sightseeing tour of some of its most iconic and interesting monuments.” This includes Tintagel (with a look at the new Arthur statue and the Merlin cave carving), Chysauster Ancient village, Carn Euny, Rocky Valley, the Merry Maidens and the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic!
The article includes a detailed interview with Peter Hewitt, Museum manager and a great photo of The Horned God display (taken by Paul Ferbrache, Friend of the Museum).
Keep your eyes open for a copy if you visit Cornwall as thousands of copies of this magazine are distributed and they are free. Thanks Cornwall Living for highlighting the wonders of ancient Cornwall and for featuring the Museum so prominently.
You can also read the article online (turn over to page 12-13)