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Boscastle Wassail

We are delighted to announce that the Boscastle Wassail will be happening outside the museum on Sunday 6th January. Come down at 7.30pm to see the Wassail Ceremony and hear …

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Dark Gathering – Part 1

We were delighted to read the first part of Cassandra’s report on this years spectacular Dark Gathering event.  Dark Gathering 2018 – Part One

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Winter Opening dates

The Museum is now closed but as of the last few years, we will be opening before and after Christmas from 12 noon and closing at 4pm. Here are the …

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Wood blocks from 1720

New Acquisition

We have been lucky to recently acquire these two incredibly rare woodblocks, originally used to illustrate The History of Witches and Wizards, 1720. John Crabb, author of Graven Images: The …

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Iconic objects on show

Several months ago Simon flew to Ireland to meet with friends, Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone. Janet had kindly decided that she would like to pass on two iconic items …

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Sneak peek at our new door!

Here’s a link to an interview with the artist Paul Atlas Saunders.  He has been busily creating a fantastic door that will greet people as they enter the Museum, to …

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Letter from Cecil Williamson

We received a letter in the post which included a much older letter.  A visitor to the Museum had written to Cecil Williamson (Museum founder) in 1985 about labyrinths and …

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“Beware of Bats” by Enora Boivin

Above, a painting by David Teniers the younger of a witch and a bat-headed demon. Pursuing my quest of archiving documents written by Cecil Williamson, I came across few documents related …

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New additions to the Museum library

The Museum library has over 8000 titles in it.  This includes DVDs, VHS, audio, magazines, journals and books, books, books!  You are very welcome to book some time in the …

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Museum objects in York exhibition

If you aren’t able to visit the Museum in Cornwall, a selection of our objects will be on display in York’s Barley Hall run by the York Archaeological Trust.  Their …

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