Murdoch House

Murdoch House

In the late 18th century, the home of William Murdoch, the Scottish Engineer who erected steam engines in the Cornish copper and tin mines and where he perfected the technique of gas lighting. Also the home of the Cornish Global Migration Project.
Now Looked after by a voluntary committee.
Charity Registration No. 1014072

Venue Type:

Archive, Historic house or home

Opening hours

Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. Other times and parties by prior arrangement.

Admission charges

No charge. Prior arrangement for groups please.

Murdoch House
Cross Street
United Kingdom
TR15 2BU




01209 215736

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