Charlestown Harbour is set on the rugged, stunning, South Cornish Coastline. Charlestown is the last open 18th Century Georgian harbour in the UK and is proud to be a UNESCO world heritage site. When you enter Charlestown Harbour you are transported back in time. The Harbour has a unique history and geography and remains a vibrant working port, with classic Tallships, beautiful beaches and great places to eat and drink whilst enjoying the breath-taking views.
Charlestown Harbour is a great place to spend the day. From April-October the Charlestown Harbour and Shipwreck Museum is open to visitors who can explore the history of the Harbour from within, as well as explore the fascinating museum. Our resident classic ship, the Kajsamoor is also open for visitors to step onboard and explore her rich history.FIND OUT MORE
Charlestown Harbour has been the location for many film and television productions. Its unspoilt Georgian Harbour is adaptable and flexible and the Inner Harbour functions as a controllable marine tank. We have an experienced team on hand to assist with any size production.FIND OUT MORE
A day out in Charlestown Harbour is both charming and varied. Visitors can explore the unspoilt beautiful Grade II listed Georgian harbour, visit the Charlestown Harbour & Shipwreck Museum or simply spend a day on the beaches and enjoy the exquisite coastline.FIND OUT MORE
The Kajsamoor (pronounced Kyser-moor) is a two-masted, wooden trading ketch built in 1939 in Norway and is Charlestown’s resident Tall Ship. Visitors to the harbour can step back to a bygone age of sail by exploring the deck and cargo hold of this stunning trading ship.FIND OUT MORE
We run a variety events and markets throughout the year. These include food and drink markets selling local produce, music events, seasonal celebrations and other exciting events. Our events are updated on our Facebook and Instagram pages.FIND OUT MORE