Levant mining landscape open all year round
Booked tours of Levant Mine
March to October
Sunday to Thursday 10am to 5pm
November to February
Wednesdays 11am to 3pm
The smell of oil, hiss of steam and clank of winding drums turning. Levant’s 1840’s restored beam engine is still steaming today and can be visited as part of the National Trust tour around the mine.
A mine of riches and tragedy. Levant was a profitable business with workings reaching over a mile out under the seabed, some of the chimneys from Levant’s seven engines can still be seen today as well as the entrance to the man-engine tunnel. The man-engine carried miners down the mine but in October 1919 the man-engine suffered a disastrous failure and 31 men died in what is known as the Levant mining disaster.
The Levant landscape is open for walkers to enjoy year round and visits to the engine, man-engine tunnel and other historic buildings can be seen as part of a tour with the National Trust.
To book a tour please visit Levant Mine and Beam Engine’s website.
If you are arriving to Levant by car, please park at Geevor Tin Mine, it’s a 15 minute signposted walk through the mining landscape from Geevor to Levant. This map shows the walking route. Closer accessible parking is available, please contact Levant Mine to arrange.
AddressLevant Mine and Beam Engine
St Just, Cornwall
TR19 7SX View on map