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20 February 2014

Catch the endless summer…before it ends!

Make sure that when you’re on your Cornwall cottage holidays in the next couple of weeks that you don’t miss one of the coolest exhibits while it’s still on show to the public as it’s almost time to bail for the Endless Summer at the Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro.

The popular exhibition, Endless Summer: The Evolution of Surfing, after nine months of success at the museum the exhibit is set to close on March 7.

Pleased visitors have described the exhibition as "awesome", "epic" and "radical" with the exhibition using photography, paintings, film projections, surfing memorabilia, and the Pièce de résistance in the form of boards from private collectors that included two home-made boards from the 1950s, to wow the people.

Images and vintage magazine covers from renowned surf photographer Alex Williams show how the sport has changed and developed since the early 1900s. There is also a live link-up to the Magic Seaweed website, showing the surf at beaches around the British coastline.

You can find full details about the exhibition here: www.royalcornwallmuseum.org.uk/exhibitions

Alternatively you can call: 01872 272205.

The Museum is open from 10am to 4.45pm, Monday to Saturday.

Admission is free to RIC members and anyone who is 18 or under.

Adult admission- £5 for an annual pass. You pay once and can visit all year round.

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