Cornwall Attractions

  • Bude Area

    • Tintagel Old Post OfficeTintagel Old Post Office

      Tintagel
      Nestling among the modern buildings of Tintagel high street, this unusual and atmospheric 14th-century yeoman’s farmhouse, with a famously wavy roof, beckons the curious to explore. The name dates from the Victorian period when it briefly held a licence to be the letter-receiving station for the district. Cared for by the National Trust.

    • Bude Castle Heritage CentreBude Castle Heritage Centre

      Bude
      Formally the home of the Victorian inventor Sir Goldsworthy Gurney. The Castle is now a heritage centre with exhibition galleries, an archive with research facilities, an education room, shop and restaurant with breathtaking views over Chapel Rock and Summerleaze Beach.

    • Launceston Steam RailwayLaunceston Steam Railway

      Launceston
      Launceston Steam Railway is a narrow gauge steam railway running from the historic Cornish town of Launceston, through the glorious Kensey Valley, to the hamlet of Newmills. Wet or dry Launceston and the Steam Railway make a great day out!

    • Outdoor Adventure Surf SchoolOutdoor Adventure Surf School

      An inspirational surf school specialising in coaching beginners and intermediates, using the most modern surfing equipment. The half and full day surf lessons are run at Widemouth Bay which has ideal waves to learn on. The coaches are excellent; as well as being highly experienced and qualified they are also great surfers. Group discounts available. A fantastic place to learn! BSA accredited.

    • Outdoor AdventureOutdoor Adventure

      Family activity holidays, activity weekends for adult groups and half and one day courses. Our location is second to none, perched on a cliff top in a spectacular setting. Full board accommodation. Surfing, climbing, kayaking, coasteering, windsurfing and more! Delivering high quality family holidays and activity weekends since 1981. Nationally accredited by AALA, Adventure Mark, BSA, RYA, BCU, IIP.

    • Launceston CastleLaunceston Castle

      Launceston
      The castle at Launceston dominates the surrounding landscape – perched on top of a large, natural mound. The Castle was the ultimate status symbol of Middle Age wealth and power. An English Heritage site.

    • Trethorne Leisure FarmTrethorne Leisure Farm

      Launceston
      Trethorne is the ideal choice for excellent home cooked food, quality accommodation, fun and entertainment for adults and children, and all on one site! A friendly family run establishment, Trethorne has something for everyone, whatever the weather.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • The Tamar Otter & Wildlife CentreThe Tamar Otter & Wildlife Centre

      Launceston
      The Otter Trust is the world’s leading Otter conservation organisation, the only place in the West Country breeding the British Otter regularly and reintroducing young otters into the wild to save the otter from extinction.

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Hidden Valley Discovery ParkHidden Valley Discovery Park

      Launceston
      Exciting Crystal Challenges, guaranteed to keep the whole family engrossed to the end. Wonderful railways, cute farm animals, acres of woodland, fresh air, and scrumptious food.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Tintagel CastleTintagel Castle

      Tintagel
      Set on the rugged and awe-inspiring north Cornwall Atlantic coast stands the remains of the 13th century castle. Tintagel has an air of myth and mystery associated with King Arthur and Merlin the magician. Special events during the summer.

    Camborne – Redruth Area

    • Poldark Mine and Gardens near HelstonPoldark Mine

      Wendron
      Poldark Mine is the only complete tin mine in Cornwall open for underground guided tours and is part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. It has a special place in the story of tin mining and some consider it to be the veritable cradle of tinning as part of the site dates back to the Bronze Age. It is the location for the underground scenes in the TV series of Poldark.

    • HeartlandsHeartlands

      Pool
      Heartlands is a FREE visitor attraction and World Heritage Site Gateway in Cornwall. Nestled just off the A30 in Pool, near Redruth in the former mining heart of Cornwall, there are 19 acres of eclectic fun to explore. State-of-the-art exhibitions, climb-on sculptures, gardens of real diversity, a giant adventure playscape for kids, art and craft studios and a unique café in the old carpenter’s workshop.

    • Radnor Golf and LeisureRadnor Golf and Leisure

      Redruth
      A family run business offering comprehensive sporting and leisure facilities within one complex. A nine hole affiliated golf course, an eight bay (half enclosed) floodlit driving range, indoor ski centre and sunset bar/restaurant.

    • Cornwall GoldCornwall Gold

      Redruth
      An all-weather attraction with stunning retail and jewellery shops – enjoy the fun come rain or shine. One of Cornwall’s ‘FREE Admission’ family holiday attractions: whether you’re local or a tourist, the park hosts an array of great activities and fun things to do for all ages. There are beautiful floral displays which lace the twists of Tolgus Stream that runs through the centre of the park.

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Tolgus Tin Stream WorksTolgus Tin Stream Works

      Portreath
      The last tin stream works in Cornwall, now rescued by the Trevithick Trust & Cornish Goldsmiths. A scheduled Ancient Monument.

    • Murdoch HouseMurdoch House

      Redruth
      First recorded house lit by piped gas in the world; now the home of the “Cornish-American Connection”, Biographical Data-bank.

    • Mineral Tramways Discovery CentreMineral Tramways Discovery Centre

      Camborne
      At the disused King Edwards Mine in the heart of Cornwall’s ancient mining area, this centre provides information on the old mineral tramways and the mines they served. A World Heritage Centre.

    • Redruth Town TrailRedruth Town Trail

      Redruth
      A short walk around the centre of Redruth exploring its historical, architectural and mining heritage.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • East Pool MineEast Pool Mine

      Pool
      A Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. Hidden away among the facade of modern Camborne and Redruth is a great legacy of Cornwall’s past. Now looked after by the National Trust.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    Falmouth Area

    • National Maritime Museum FalmouthNational Maritime Museum Falmouth

      Falmouth
      The Museum to have fun in! Celebrating the sea, boats and Cornwall, this multi award winning Museum not only has 15 galleries, over five floors beautifully illustrating the past, present and future of this island nation but also offers a number of stunning exhibitions. Climb aboard the helicopter in the Search & Rescue exhibition, go back in time to the Bronze Age in 2012 BC and enjoy ever changing new exhibitions.

    • Trebah GardenTrebah Garden

      Mawnan Smith
      One of Cornwall’s great gardens, rated among the 80 most beautiful in the world, Trebah is a sub-tropical paradise set on the banks of the historic Helford River. Planting ensures colour and scent throughout the year.

    • FalmusicFalmusic

      Falmouth
      Provides an excellent Gig Guide for Falmouth and surrounding areas plus some listings for the rest of Cornwall. Bands and venues can sign up for free to post gigs and articles or promote a venue.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Pendennis CastlePendennis Castle

      Falmouth
      Overlooking Falmouth, with superb views across the Fal Estuary. Throughout its 450 year history Pendennis Castle has played a vital role in protecting these shores from invasion.

    • Falmouth Art GalleryFalmouth Art Gallery

      Falmouth
      Housing the Falmouth Town Art Collection. Has outstanding access for those with walking difficulties, wheelchairs or pushchairs. All contributing to an outstanding gallery.

    • Ocean BowlOcean Bowl

      Falmouth
      Biggest & newest ten pin bowling centre in Cornwall, fun and excitement for all the family at any time of day.

    • AdventurelineAdventureline

      Guided walking and exploration holidays around the dramatically varied coasts and moors of Cornwall, showing you the finest landscapes and wildlife, history and culture. Picture yourself hiking this spectacular coastline… walking through carpets of myriad wild flowers… intimately observing the seals below and the birds above… maybe even stopping for a delightful swim? 2016 is our 29th year.

    • Glendurgan GardenGlendurgan Garden

      Mawnan Smith
      By the beautiful Helford estuary, Glendurgan is one of the great sub-tropical gardens of the South West. Exotic trees and shrubs flourish amidst open glades carpeted with wild flowers. This garden is cared for by the National Trust.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    Helston – Lizard Area

    • Godolphin HouseGodolphin House

      Godolphin Cross
      One of Cornwall’s most important houses, complete with its Elizabethan stables and late medieval side garden. Godophin is a beautiful and romantic historic house and garden, where time has stood still, imparting an air of antiquity and peace. The garden is largely unchanged since the 16th century. Archaeologically rich estate walks.

    • The Old Cider BarnThe Old Cider Barn

      Lizard Peninsula
      Come and enjoy tasting our wide selection of different ciders, fruit wines and meads. At the Old Cider Barn, We have for you a delicious selection of traditional still and sparkling ciders, local natural fruit juices, a large range of country wines plus many liqueurs and fruit gins as well as sparkling wines.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • The Flambards ExperienceThe Flambards Experience

      Helston
      All weather family leisure park with a unique mix of internationally acclaimed exhibitions, rides, playgrounds, shows, entertainment, gardens, Victorian village and Britain in the Blitz.

    • Poldark Mine and Gardens near HelstonPoldark Mine

      Wendron
      Poldark Mine is the only complete tin mine in Cornwall open for underground guided tours and is part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. It has a special place in the story of tin mining and some consider it to be the veritable cradle of tinning as part of the site dates back to the Bronze Age. It is the location for the underground scenes in the TV series of Poldark.

    • Trelowarren EstateTrelowarren Estate

      Mawgan
      Probably one of Corwall’s most historic traditional working estate, run by the same family for 600 years.

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Cornish Seal SanctuaryCornish Seal Sanctuary

      Gweek
      Cornwall’s only Seal Sanctuary and rescue centre. Experience animal welfare in action, hear about dramatic rescues and meet the seal and sea lion characters whose individual stories are brought to life during your visit. The Sanctuary is also home to fun loving otters, playful penguins, potty paddock animals and a rock pool hosting a wide range of marine creatures.

    Looe – Liskeard Area

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • CoteheleCotehele

      Calstock
      This medieval house takes time to explore, and you should plan to arrive early and spend a day here. A restaurant, tea room, shop, plant sales and craft gallery will help you make the most of your visit. A National Trust property.

    • Colliford's Kids KingdomColliford’s Kids Kingdom

      Bodmin Moor
      Colliford’s Kids Kingdom is a 30,000 square foot, all-weather, action packed adventure playground. You can play in the mega ball pool, get lost in the never ending net mazes, wiz along on the infamous toboggan run, spin through the wicked rollers and more.

    • The Tamar Valley Donkey ParkThe Tamar Valley Donkey Park

      Gunnislake
      Donkey rides, adventure and toddlers’ playgrounds, nature trail, feed the rabbits, goats, ducks, pigs, lambs and calves. Disabled facilities.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Discerning Traveller Walking ToursDiscerning Traveller Walking Tours

      Enjoy a self-guided hiking holiday at a leisurely pace, with a warm welcome at comfortable lodgings each night. Walk from Land’s End to St Ives through Bronze Age fields, by undersea tin mines and granite Cornish villages; along King Arthur’s Tintagel coast and Bodmin Moor; or from Polperro to Fowey on Cornwall’s south coast loved by Daphne Du Maurier. Optional visits to Eden. Walk light – we move your bags each day!

    • The Monkey SanctuaryThe Monkey Sanctuary

      Looe
      The Monkey Sanctuary, near Looe, cares for a range of different species of monkeys; all rescued from the UK and international primate pet trades. Our visitors receive an intimate insight into a working sanctuary with keepers on hand all day to give informative talks on the centre’s residents and the wider work of the charity, Wild Futures.

    • Jamaica InnJamaica Inn

      Bolventor, Bodmin Moor
      Built in 1750 as a coaching inn, weary travellers would stay at the Inn after having crossed the wild and treacherous moor between Launceston and Bodmin. Nowadays Jamaica Inn is a beautiful ‘Oldy Worldy’ Inn with roaring log fires for those chilly days. The inspiration for Daphne du Maurier’s famous novel.

    • Porfell Wildlife Park & SanctuaryPorfell Wildlife Park & Sanctuary

      Lanreath
      A collection of exotic, wild and domesticated animals in a peaceful, tranquil setting in fifteen acres of fields bounded by streams, with woodland walks. Near Looe in South East Cornwall.

    • Adrenalin QuarryAdrenalin Quarry

      Liskeard
      If you’re looking for things to do in Cornwall, try the UK’s biggest Zip Wire, largest Swing and fresh water Coasteering including the UK’s only Blob. We can be found just off the A38 at Menheniot, between Liskeard and Saltash in East Cornwall.

    Newquay Area

    • Screech Owl SanctuaryScreech Owl Sanctuary

      St Columb Major
      Here at the Screech Owl Sanctuary you will meet a large collection of owl species from all over the world and enjoy a unique chance to learn about owl conservation and education. We are located near Indian Queens, in mid Cornwall, just off the A30. We are easy to reach from towns and seaside resorts including Bodmin, Wadebridge, Padstow, Newquay and St Austell.

    • Springfields Fun & Pony CentreSpringfields Fun & Pony Centre

      St Columb Major
      A Family Adventure Park with ponies, farm animals, boating and a fun barn. For all the family….whatever the weather. In addition to a wide variety of British ponies there are goats, lambs, calves, ducks, rabbits and other farm animals to feed and groom. Everyone has the opportunity to interact with the animals. Located in Mid Cornwall near St Columb Major and the A30.

    • Trerice ManorTrerice Manor

      St Newlyn East
      A delightfull small Elizabethan manor house, Trerice is an architectural gem hidden away from the world in a web of narrow lanes and still somehow caught in the spirit of its age. Look out for Tudor-themed family and adult workshops, family trails and special Living History days.

    • Discerning Traveller Walking ToursDiscerning Traveller Walking Tours

      Enjoy a self-guided hiking holiday at a leisurely pace, with a warm welcome at comfortable lodgings each night. Walk from Land’s End to St Ives through Bronze Age fields, by undersea tin mines and granite Cornish villages; along King Arthur’s Tintagel coast and Bodmin Moor; or from Polperro to Fowey on Cornwall’s south coast loved by Daphne Du Maurier. Optional visits to Eden. Walk light – we move your bags each day!

    • Newquay ZooNewquay Zoo

      Newquay
      If you enjoy lush exotic lakeside gardens in the company of free ranging mara, monkeys, wallabies and a host of fascinating birds you’ll love a visit to Newquay’s Zoological Gardens.

    • Blue Reef AquariumBlue Reef Aquarium

      Newquay
      The ultimate undersea safari. From the drama of the Cornish coastline to the underwater gardens of the Mediterranean and the dazzling beauty of a Caribbean tropical reef. The Blue Reef Aquarium brings the magic of the undersea world alive through over 30 living displays, regular talks and feeding demonstrations.

    • Newquay Laser CombatNewquay Laser Combat

      White Cross
      Fast paced and exciting with all the thrill of paintball with none of the mess. State of the art infra-red guns with laser dot sights with quarter of a mile range, as harmless as your TV remote control. No mess, no bruises. Centrally located near Newquay and the A30.

    • Holywell Bay Fun ParkHolywell Bay Fun Park

      Holywell Bay
      Holywell Bay Fun Park really is ‘The best fun day out in Cornwall’. With FREE entry and FREE parking, the ‘Pay as you Play’ system guarantees a brilliant value family day out. We offer attractions to keep all ages entertained, From Formula 1 to Bumper Boats; no one will ever want to leave! You just need to buy the tokens for the rides YOU want to go on.

    • Beaches in CornwallBeaches in Cornwall

      What could be better than a day at the beach in Cornwall? With many of the UK’s finest beaches, Cornwall has over 250 miles of glorious coastline for you to explore. Along with some hidden treasures, we have information on the most popular beaches in the county including the premier surfing beach at Fistral in Newquay, beautiful Carbis Bay near St Ives and the great family beach of Summerleaze in Bude.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Dairyland Farm WorldDairyland Farm World

      Summercourt
      Enjoy the fun of an all weather attraction providing entertainment for all ages – So much more for the whole family to enjoy… rain or shine.

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Lappa Valley Steam RailwayLappa Valley Steam Railway

      St Newlyn East
      Ride on three different sizes of railway – 15″ gauge steam railway, 10 1/4″ diesel railway and 7 1/4″ petrol-driven APT outline – plus at East Wheal Rose Cornish mine enjoy a great family day on our boating lake, play areas, crazy golf and turf maze.

    • Newquay PaintballNewquay Paintball

      White Cross
      Newquay Paintball has a mixture of speedball and woodland zones with bunkers, fortified positions and natural cover giving an exciting and atmospheric combination. Morning or afternoon sessions available – sensible footwear is a must. We are one of the best sites for paintball in Cornwall, not far from the A30.

    Padstow – Wadebridge Area

    • Bodmin & Wenford RailwayBodmin & Wenford Railway

      Bodmin
      Enjoy views of the Cornish countryside from our steam trains running for 6½ miles between Bodmin General – Bodmin Parkway (Main Line Station) and Boscarne Junction (for the Camel Trail).

    • St Enodoc Golf ClubSt Enodoc Golf Club

      Rock
      One of the finest links golf courses in Cornwall and the South West, with everything you would expect from a James Braid design; St Enodoc, in Rock near Padstow, has undulating fairways, firm greens, some blind shots – and all with the added bonus of some of the greatest sea and estuary views on any course in the world.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Pencarrow HousePencarrow House

      Washaway
      A beautiful Georgian House, belonging to the Molesworth-St Aubyn Family, set in 50 acres of listed formal and woodland gardens. The house has a superb collection of pictures, furniture and porcelain. The mile-long Carriage Drive, lined with conifers, rhododendrons and camellias, was first planted in 1842. Just off the A389 between Bodmin and Wadebridge. The perfect, peaceful place for everyone, including the dog!

    • Old MacDonald's FarmOld MacDonald’s Farm

      Porthcothan Bay and Treyarnon
      A relaxing farm with lots of animals to see and touch, along with camping facilities, on the Cornish coast. Fun for all the family.

    • National Lobster HatcheryNational Lobster Hatchery

      Padstow
      Discover the fascinating world of lobsters and their environment. See live lobsters develop. Learn about the West Country lobster fishing industry.

    • St Eval Kart CircuitSt Eval Kart Circuit

      near Mawgan Porth
      Located on the North Cornwall Coast in between Newquay and Pastow, St. Eval Kart Racing Circuit is a massive outdoor 1.3km track which is designed to cater for 7 years olds and above, and for all group sizes.

    • Bodmin JailBodmin Jail

      Bodmin
      Experience the life of an eighteenth century prisoner, visit the gallows, stock and underground cells, All set within 3 acres of original buildings and grounds.

    • Eden ProjectEden Project – Cornwall’s Eco Visitor Attraction

      Bodelva near St Austell
      Three gigantic geodesic conservatories displaying plants from around the world. The Eden Project is now an internationally established attraction.

    • The Courtroom ExperienceThe Courtroom Experience

      Bodmin
      A unique experience for visitors to be part of a re-enactment of Cornwall’s most famous murder trial in the very courtroom in which it happened. Listen to the evidence against Matthew Weeks, act as jury and vote guilty or not guilty. You can even go down and visit the holding cells. A unique experience for the whole family.

    • AdventurelineAdventureline

      Guided walking and exploration holidays around the dramatically varied coasts and moors of Cornwall, showing you the finest landscapes and wildlife, history and culture. Picture yourself hiking this spectacular coastline… walking through carpets of myriad wild flowers… intimately observing the seals below and the birds above… maybe even stopping for a delightful swim? 2016 is our 29th year.

    • Cornwall's Crealy Adventure ParkCamel Creek Adventure Park

      St Issey and Little Petherick
      With exciting new attractions, dash to Camel Creek Adventure Park. Be thrilled by the 5D Simulator Experience, swoop and soar on the Morgawr roller coaster, splash down Raging Rivers, brave The Beast or dive into 45,000 square feet of indoor play. Plus meet the cutest furry friends and gentle shire giants. It’s Maximum Fun Guaranteed!

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Camel Valley VineyardCamel Valley Vineyard

      Bodmin
      An award-winning vineyard at Nanstallon near Bodmin. Experince the beauty of the Camel Valley with a glass of wine from the comfort of our sun terrace. Wine tastings and sales, gift packs, regular guided tours, group visits by arrangement. Access from Camel Trail.

    Penzance – Lands End Area

    • Western DiscoveriesWestern Discoveries

      Whether you want a well planned walking holiday on the stunning Southwest coast path, a hike on the moors or a guided tour of West Cornwall’s ancient monuments we offer you the best of Cornwall. From two hour walks to fully inclusive holidays, we have an option to suit you. Don’t fancy a long walk? That’s fine – our minibus tours allow you to just sit back and relax. We also offer a baggage transfer service.

    • The Minack TheatreThe Minack Theatre

      Porthcurno
      A uniquely situated open-air theatre on the cliffs at Porthcurno, near Lands End. The Minack theatre hosts a 17 week season of plays and musicals throughout the summer and also has a day-time visitor centre which is open all year round.

    • St Michaels MountSt Michaels Mount

      Marazion
      The jewel in Cornwall’s crown, this magical island has a church, a medieval castle (home of the St Aubyn family for over 300 years), an exotic garden clinging to its steep flanks, and an ancient harbour where you will find shops, restaurants and an audio-visual presentation on the history of St Michael’s Mount.

    • Trengwainton GardensTrengwainton Gardens

      Madron
      With plants from around the globe scattered throughout Trengwainton’s ten-hectare garden near Penzance, there is something to inspire around every corner. Champion magnolias and vibrant rhododendrons make way for lush banana plants and soaring echiums. Rich collection of camellias and a series of walled gardens containing many unusual shrubs.

    • Grand Casino AmusementsGrand Casino Amusements

      Penzance
      We offer excellent entertainment with outstanding views, we are located in the centre of Penzance promenade with children’s adventure playground close by.

    • Discerning Traveller Walking ToursDiscerning Traveller Walking Tours

      Enjoy a self-guided hiking holiday at a leisurely pace, with a warm welcome at comfortable lodgings each night. Walk from Land’s End to St Ives through Bronze Age fields, by undersea tin mines and granite Cornish villages; along King Arthur’s Tintagel coast and Bodmin Moor; or from Polperro to Fowey on Cornwall’s south coast loved by Daphne Du Maurier. Optional visits to Eden. Walk light – we move your bags each day!

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Porthcurno Telegraph MuseumTelegraph Museum Porthcurno

      Porthcurno
      The Telegraph Museum Porthcurno is situated in a valley leading down to the sea, three miles from Lands End. Visit Cornwall’s secret wartime communications centre. The tunnels, built in World War II, house a unique museum of historical equipment, dating back to the 1870s.

    • Mousehole Bird Hospital and SanctuaryMousehole Bird Hospital and Sanctuary

      Mousehole
      Founded 1928: Open daily to visitors and admission is free.

    • Lands EndLands End

      Sennen and Lands End
      Land’s End is a unique and magical place and one of the most famous places in Britain. A place of legend and mystery, with stunning natural beauty to warm your heart. Undercover exhibitions and attractions, shopping village and Discovery Trail.

    • Polgoon VineyardPolgoon Vineyard

      Penzance
      An award-winning winery based in Penzance, Cornwall. The owners have developed Polgoon Vineyard from a derelict farm and outbuildings to a flourishing business producing award-winning wines and ciders. Guided tours and tastings take place at 2pm every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons, or by appointment, and last for about 2 hours.

    • Tremenheere Sculpture GardenTremenheere Sculpture Garden

      Gulval
      Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens is a major new attraction in West Cornwall. It is set in a beautiful sheltered valley, the woods, stream and dramatic vistas provide a perfect setting for large scale exotic and sub-tropical planting. Interwoven with this there is also an evolving programme of high quality contemporary art installations.

    • Trereife House & GardensTrereife House & Gardens

      Penzance
      This fine Manor House is on the outskirts of Newlyn and Penzance. Open in the summer months on three days a week only, you can enjoy our beautiful gardens, our new Stableyard Cafe and guided tours of the house.

    • Hardy Exotics NurseryHardy Exotics Nursery

      Crowlas
      With the largest collection of exotic plants in the UK. An inspirational, highly educational, an adventure and enormous fun to visit.

    • Geevor Tin MineGeevor Tin Mine

      Pendeen and Trewellard
      The largest mining history site in the UK. You can see how tin was mined and processed. Explore the many surface buildings and experience the conditions miners worked in as you take an underground trip through a genuine 18th century mine.

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Isles of Scilly Steamship CompanyIsles of Scilly Steamship Company

      Penzance – Scilly Isles
      Scillonian III can cater for up to 600 passengers in comfort on the cruise to the Isles of Scilly. Enjoy the cruise on a refurbished ship with improved buffet, shop and new children’s play area.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    St Austell Area

    • Charlestown Shipwreck & Heritage CentreCharlestown Shipwreck & Heritage Centre

      Charlestown
      The Shipwreck and historical artefacts on display in the centre are the largest private collection of this type on public display in Europe. Brought together over the last 45 to 50 years, it forms the basis of one of the most unusual and interesting collections open to the public. There are countless items from a bygone age as well as artefacts from over 150 shipwrecks.

    • Wheal Martyn China Clay Country Park & MuseumWheal Martyn China Clay Country Park & Museum

      St Austell
      A totally different day out – 26 acres of fun and pleasure – Historic trail, nature trail, exhibitions, audio and visual show, children’s trail and play area, pottery, picnic areas, coffee shop and gift shop – Dogs on leads welcome. We are open every day except closed Mondays from January to end of March.

    • St Austell Brewery Visitor CentreSt Austell Brewery Visitor Centre

      St Austell
      More than 150 years of Cornish history. Explore St Austell Brewery’s interactive museum and learn the fascinating story of our pubs, beers, wines and spirits and about the Cornish families who created them. The brewers of ‘Tribute’ ale.

    • The Lost Gardens of HeliganThe Lost Gardens of Heligan

      Mevagissey
      Lost Gardens of Heligan has over 200 acres of superb working Victorian gardens and pleasure grounds together with a magnificent complex of walled gardens. Summerhouses, lawns, lakes and ponds, huge productive gardens and fruithouses, and 22-acre subtropical jungle, are just some of the delights of this ‘Sleeping Beauty’.

    • KidzworldKidzworld

      St Austell
      With the all inclusive price, explore smugglers cove, summit the tower, whoosh down slides, slow and fast, beat the digiwall climbing challenge and discover over 54,000 sq ft of ‘all weather’ adventure play. With no height restrictions on any equipment, mums, dads and even grannies can join in too.

    • Eden ProjectEden Project – Cornwall’s Eco Visitor Attraction

      Bodelva near St Austell
      Three gigantic geodesic conservatories displaying plants from around the world. The Eden Project is now an internationally established attraction.

    • World of Model RailwaysWorld of Model Railways

      Mevagissey
      Trains run through finely detailed scenery with many moving accessories including fairground, steam roller, boats, chimney sweep, skiers and cable cars. Authentic ‘scratch built’ BR(S) London Transport station, cycle race, model maze (try and solve it!).

    • Lanhydrock HouseLanhydrock House

      Lanhydrock near Bodmin
      One of Cornwall’s grandest houses originally built in 1651, set in a glorious landscape of gardens, parkland and woods overlooking the valley of the Fowey River near Bodmin. Highlights include the 17th-century Long Gallery and the warren of Victorian kitchens, larders and sculleries ‘below stairs’. A flagship National Trust property.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Discerning Traveller Walking ToursDiscerning Traveller Walking Tours

      Enjoy a self-guided hiking holiday at a leisurely pace, with a warm welcome at comfortable lodgings each night. Walk from Land’s End to St Ives through Bronze Age fields, by undersea tin mines and granite Cornish villages; along King Arthur’s Tintagel coast and Bodmin Moor; or from Polperro to Fowey on Cornwall’s south coast loved by Daphne Du Maurier. Optional visits to Eden. Walk light – we move your bags each day!

    St Ives Area

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Tate St IvesTate St Ives

      St Ives
      Be creative – there’s nothing more exciting! With the finest modern and contemporary art, fantastic family activities, and the most spectacular coastal setting, there’s something to inspire everyone at Tate St Ives. Free entry for 18s and under, and Tate Members.

    • Kidz R Us, St Ives TheatreKidz R Us, St Ives Theatre

      St Ives
      Kidz R Us is a Youth Theatre based in St.Ives Cornwall and a registered charity. We have our own 321 seat theatre in the centre of town, the former Wesley Chapel with a full programme of shows throughout the year.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Western DiscoveriesWestern Discoveries

      Whether you want a well planned walking holiday on the stunning Southwest coast path, a hike on the moors or a guided tour of West Cornwall’s ancient monuments we offer you the best of Cornwall. From two hour walks to fully inclusive holidays, we have an option to suit you. Don’t fancy a long walk? That’s fine – our minibus tours allow you to just sit back and relax. We also offer a baggage transfer service.

    • Paradise ParkParadise Park

      Hayle
      Home of the World Parrot Trust and Cornwall’s Conservation Park, this attraction also provides a great family day out with undercover play areas and gardens.

    • Country SkittlesCountry Skittles

      St Erth
      A whole host of games awaits you in the bowling arena! Serious bowling or just great fun – any number can play. A fantastic fun-filled family venue in the heart of beautiful West Cornwall.

    • Discerning Traveller Walking ToursDiscerning Traveller Walking Tours

      Enjoy a self-guided hiking holiday at a leisurely pace, with a warm welcome at comfortable lodgings each night. Walk from Land’s End to St Ives through Bronze Age fields, by undersea tin mines and granite Cornish villages; along King Arthur’s Tintagel coast and Bodmin Moor; or from Polperro to Fowey on Cornwall’s south coast loved by Daphne Du Maurier. Optional visits to Eden. Walk light – we move your bags each day!

    Truro Area

    • Blue Hills Tin StreamsBlue Hills Tin Streams

      St Agnes
      Discover skills of the ancient tinner – tin has been produced in this valley for centuries. Follow the mining process from rock to metal. A tin mining valley steeped in history, this is not a museum but a family business. We have a selection of giftware made out of Cornish tin that is won, worked, smelted and cast at Blue Hills Tin Streams.

    • Trelissick GardensTrelissick Gardens

      Feock and Point
      This tranquil garden and estate, in the care of the National Trust, is renowned for its glorious position at the head of Carrick Roads, with panoramic views down the estuary towards Falmouth and the sea. The gardens at Trelissick are constantly evolving, with new planting and fresh ideas.

    • Truro CathedralTruro Cathedral

      Truro
      Sits in the heart of Cornwall’s only city. Its gothic appearance belies its modern age; building started in 1880 and was completed by 1910. Beautiful interior with amazing stained glass. Don’t miss the bendy Nave, the story of the blue pane and the Cornubia “Land of the Saints” painting. Free Guided tours March to October. Restaurant and Shop open Mon – Sat.

    • Hall for CornwallHall for Cornwall

      Truro
      Hall for Cornwall is the largest theatre in Cornwall and a regional performance venue. Located in the heart of Truro, Hall for Cornwall is conveniently located with nearby parking and all of the City’s shops and amenities close by. Throughout the year the theatre offers a packed programme of music, drama and dance with something for visitors of all ages and tastes.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Gardens In CornwallGardens in Cornwall

      Cornwall is famed for its gardens, benefiting from the mild climate. This website lists details of more than 50 gardens in the county, from world-renowned visitor attractions to gardens off the beaten track and open just for a few days a year.

    • AdventurelineAdventureline

      Guided walking and exploration holidays around the dramatically varied coasts and moors of Cornwall, showing you the finest landscapes and wildlife, history and culture. Picture yourself hiking this spectacular coastline… walking through carpets of myriad wild flowers… intimately observing the seals below and the birds above… maybe even stopping for a delightful swim? 2016 is our 29th year.

    • Royal Cornwall Museum TruroRoyal Cornwall Museum Truro

      Truro
      The archaeological collection ranges from the Palaeolithic to the Post-Medieval period, with an important bronze age collection of metalwork, pottery, stone and flint tools.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Marianne GoldenMarianne Golden

      Portscatho
      Fine Artist – Dramatically realistic and vivid paintings are inspired by the ever changing scenery in Cornwall. Paintings of the beautiful scenery in St Just in Roseland, Portscatho, St Mawes, St Anthony, Veryan.

    • Mount Hawke Skate ParkMount Hawke Skate Park

      Porthtowan
      Mount Hawke Skate Park is a converted farm warehouse that receieved a lottery grant and turned itself into probably the best skate-park in Britain. We are located on the outskirts of the village of Mount Hawke, a couple of miles from Porthtowan and St Agnes and approximately 8 miles from the city of Truro.

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Healeys Cornish Cyder FarmHealeys Cornish Cyder Farm

      Goonhavern
      A trip to our Cyder Farm is a day out like no other. There’s plenty to do for free – from petting our farm animals to sampling our products and picking up souvenirs in our farm shop – or you can discover all the amazing things we do with our apples by taking a tour, or tractor trip.

  • Bude Area

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Bude Castle Heritage CentreBude Castle Heritage Centre

      Bude
      Formally the home of the Victorian inventor Sir Goldsworthy Gurney. The Castle is now a heritage centre with exhibition galleries, an archive with research facilities, an education room, shop and restaurant with breathtaking views over Chapel Rock and Summerleaze Beach.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Hidden Valley Discovery ParkHidden Valley Discovery Park

      Launceston
      Exciting Crystal Challenges, guaranteed to keep the whole family engrossed to the end. Wonderful railways, cute farm animals, acres of woodland, fresh air, and scrumptious food.

    • Launceston CastleLaunceston Castle

      Launceston
      The castle at Launceston dominates the surrounding landscape – perched on top of a large, natural mound. The Castle was the ultimate status symbol of Middle Age wealth and power. An English Heritage site.

    • Launceston Steam RailwayLaunceston Steam Railway

      Launceston
      Launceston Steam Railway is a narrow gauge steam railway running from the historic Cornish town of Launceston, through the glorious Kensey Valley, to the hamlet of Newmills. Wet or dry Launceston and the Steam Railway make a great day out!

    • Outdoor AdventureOutdoor Adventure

      Family activity holidays, activity weekends for adult groups and half and one day courses. Our location is second to none, perched on a cliff top in a spectacular setting. Full board accommodation. Surfing, climbing, kayaking, coasteering, windsurfing and more! Delivering high quality family holidays and activity weekends since 1981. Nationally accredited by AALA, Adventure Mark, BSA, RYA, BCU, IIP.

    • Outdoor Adventure Surf SchoolOutdoor Adventure Surf School

      An inspirational surf school specialising in coaching beginners and intermediates, using the most modern surfing equipment. The half and full day surf lessons are run at Widemouth Bay which has ideal waves to learn on. The coaches are excellent; as well as being highly experienced and qualified they are also great surfers. Group discounts available. A fantastic place to learn! BSA accredited.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • The Tamar Otter & Wildlife CentreThe Tamar Otter & Wildlife Centre

      Launceston
      The Otter Trust is the world’s leading Otter conservation organisation, the only place in the West Country breeding the British Otter regularly and reintroducing young otters into the wild to save the otter from extinction.

    • Tintagel CastleTintagel Castle

      Tintagel
      Set on the rugged and awe-inspiring north Cornwall Atlantic coast stands the remains of the 13th century castle. Tintagel has an air of myth and mystery associated with King Arthur and Merlin the magician. Special events during the summer.

    • Tintagel Old Post OfficeTintagel Old Post Office

      Tintagel
      Nestling among the modern buildings of Tintagel high street, this unusual and atmospheric 14th-century yeoman’s farmhouse, with a famously wavy roof, beckons the curious to explore. The name dates from the Victorian period when it briefly held a licence to be the letter-receiving station for the district. Cared for by the National Trust.

    • Trethorne Leisure FarmTrethorne Leisure Farm

      Launceston
      Trethorne is the ideal choice for excellent home cooked food, quality accommodation, fun and entertainment for adults and children, and all on one site! A friendly family run establishment, Trethorne has something for everyone, whatever the weather.

    Camborne – Redruth Area

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Cornwall GoldCornwall Gold

      Redruth
      An all-weather attraction with stunning retail and jewellery shops – enjoy the fun come rain or shine. One of Cornwall’s ‘FREE Admission’ family holiday attractions: whether you’re local or a tourist, the park hosts an array of great activities and fun things to do for all ages. There are beautiful floral displays which lace the twists of Tolgus Stream that runs through the centre of the park.

    • East Pool MineEast Pool Mine

      Pool
      A Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. Hidden away among the facade of modern Camborne and Redruth is a great legacy of Cornwall’s past. Now looked after by the National Trust.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • HeartlandsHeartlands

      Pool
      Heartlands is a FREE visitor attraction and World Heritage Site Gateway in Cornwall. Nestled just off the A30 in Pool, near Redruth in the former mining heart of Cornwall, there are 19 acres of eclectic fun to explore. State-of-the-art exhibitions, climb-on sculptures, gardens of real diversity, a giant adventure playscape for kids, art and craft studios and a unique café in the old carpenter’s workshop.

    • Mineral Tramways Discovery CentreMineral Tramways Discovery Centre

      Camborne
      At the disused King Edwards Mine in the heart of Cornwall’s ancient mining area, this centre provides information on the old mineral tramways and the mines they served. A World Heritage Centre.

    • Murdoch HouseMurdoch House

      Redruth
      First recorded house lit by piped gas in the world; now the home of the “Cornish-American Connection”, Biographical Data-bank.

    • Poldark Mine and Gardens near HelstonPoldark Mine

      Wendron
      Poldark Mine is the only complete tin mine in Cornwall open for underground guided tours and is part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. It has a special place in the story of tin mining and some consider it to be the veritable cradle of tinning as part of the site dates back to the Bronze Age. It is the location for the underground scenes in the TV series of Poldark.

    • Radnor Golf and LeisureRadnor Golf and Leisure

      Redruth
      A family run business offering comprehensive sporting and leisure facilities within one complex. A nine hole affiliated golf course, an eight bay (half enclosed) floodlit driving range, indoor ski centre and sunset bar/restaurant.

    • Redruth Town TrailRedruth Town Trail

      Redruth
      A short walk around the centre of Redruth exploring its historical, architectural and mining heritage.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Tolgus Tin Stream WorksTolgus Tin Stream Works

      Portreath
      The last tin stream works in Cornwall, now rescued by the Trevithick Trust & Cornish Goldsmiths. A scheduled Ancient Monument.

    Falmouth Area

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • AdventurelineAdventureline

      Guided walking and exploration holidays around the dramatically varied coasts and moors of Cornwall, showing you the finest landscapes and wildlife, history and culture. Picture yourself hiking this spectacular coastline… walking through carpets of myriad wild flowers… intimately observing the seals below and the birds above… maybe even stopping for a delightful swim? 2016 is our 29th year.

    • Falmouth Art GalleryFalmouth Art Gallery

      Falmouth
      Housing the Falmouth Town Art Collection. Has outstanding access for those with walking difficulties, wheelchairs or pushchairs. All contributing to an outstanding gallery.

    • FalmusicFalmusic

      Falmouth
      Provides an excellent Gig Guide for Falmouth and surrounding areas plus some listings for the rest of Cornwall. Bands and venues can sign up for free to post gigs and articles or promote a venue.

    • Glendurgan GardenGlendurgan Garden

      Mawnan Smith
      By the beautiful Helford estuary, Glendurgan is one of the great sub-tropical gardens of the South West. Exotic trees and shrubs flourish amidst open glades carpeted with wild flowers. This garden is cared for by the National Trust.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • National Maritime Museum FalmouthNational Maritime Museum Falmouth

      Falmouth
      The Museum to have fun in! Celebrating the sea, boats and Cornwall, this multi award winning Museum not only has 15 galleries, over five floors beautifully illustrating the past, present and future of this island nation but also offers a number of stunning exhibitions. Climb aboard the helicopter in the Search & Rescue exhibition, go back in time to the Bronze Age in 2012 BC and enjoy ever changing new exhibitions.

    • Ocean BowlOcean Bowl

      Falmouth
      Biggest & newest ten pin bowling centre in Cornwall, fun and excitement for all the family at any time of day.

    • Pendennis CastlePendennis Castle

      Falmouth
      Overlooking Falmouth, with superb views across the Fal Estuary. Throughout its 450 year history Pendennis Castle has played a vital role in protecting these shores from invasion.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Trebah GardenTrebah Garden

      Mawnan Smith
      One of Cornwall’s great gardens, rated among the 80 most beautiful in the world, Trebah is a sub-tropical paradise set on the banks of the historic Helford River. Planting ensures colour and scent throughout the year.

    Helston – Lizard Area

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Cornish Seal SanctuaryCornish Seal Sanctuary

      Gweek
      Cornwall’s only Seal Sanctuary and rescue centre. Experience animal welfare in action, hear about dramatic rescues and meet the seal and sea lion characters whose individual stories are brought to life during your visit. The Sanctuary is also home to fun loving otters, playful penguins, potty paddock animals and a rock pool hosting a wide range of marine creatures.

    • Godolphin HouseGodolphin House

      Godolphin Cross
      One of Cornwall’s most important houses, complete with its Elizabethan stables and late medieval side garden. Godophin is a beautiful and romantic historic house and garden, where time has stood still, imparting an air of antiquity and peace. The garden is largely unchanged since the 16th century. Archaeologically rich estate walks.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Poldark Mine and Gardens near HelstonPoldark Mine

      Wendron
      Poldark Mine is the only complete tin mine in Cornwall open for underground guided tours and is part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. It has a special place in the story of tin mining and some consider it to be the veritable cradle of tinning as part of the site dates back to the Bronze Age. It is the location for the underground scenes in the TV series of Poldark.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • The Flambards ExperienceThe Flambards Experience

      Helston
      All weather family leisure park with a unique mix of internationally acclaimed exhibitions, rides, playgrounds, shows, entertainment, gardens, Victorian village and Britain in the Blitz.

    • The Old Cider BarnThe Old Cider Barn

      Lizard Peninsula
      Come and enjoy tasting our wide selection of different ciders, fruit wines and meads. At the Old Cider Barn, We have for you a delicious selection of traditional still and sparkling ciders, local natural fruit juices, a large range of country wines plus many liqueurs and fruit gins as well as sparkling wines.

    • Trelowarren EstateTrelowarren Estate

      Mawgan
      Probably one of Corwall’s most historic traditional working estate, run by the same family for 600 years.

    Looe – Liskeard Area

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Adrenalin QuarryAdrenalin Quarry

      Liskeard
      If you’re looking for things to do in Cornwall, try the UK’s biggest Zip Wire, largest Swing and fresh water Coasteering including the UK’s only Blob. We can be found just off the A38 at Menheniot, between Liskeard and Saltash in East Cornwall.

    • Colliford's Kids KingdomColliford’s Kids Kingdom

      Bodmin Moor
      Colliford’s Kids Kingdom is a 30,000 square foot, all-weather, action packed adventure playground. You can play in the mega ball pool, get lost in the never ending net mazes, wiz along on the infamous toboggan run, spin through the wicked rollers and more.

    • CoteheleCotehele

      Calstock
      This medieval house takes time to explore, and you should plan to arrive early and spend a day here. A restaurant, tea room, shop, plant sales and craft gallery will help you make the most of your visit. A National Trust property.

    • Discerning Traveller Walking ToursDiscerning Traveller Walking Tours

      Enjoy a self-guided hiking holiday at a leisurely pace, with a warm welcome at comfortable lodgings each night. Walk from Land’s End to St Ives through Bronze Age fields, by undersea tin mines and granite Cornish villages; along King Arthur’s Tintagel coast and Bodmin Moor; or from Polperro to Fowey on Cornwall’s south coast loved by Daphne Du Maurier. Optional visits to Eden. Walk light – we move your bags each day!

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Jamaica InnJamaica Inn

      Bolventor, Bodmin Moor
      Built in 1750 as a coaching inn, weary travellers would stay at the Inn after having crossed the wild and treacherous moor between Launceston and Bodmin. Nowadays Jamaica Inn is a beautiful ‘Oldy Worldy’ Inn with roaring log fires for those chilly days. The inspiration for Daphne du Maurier’s famous novel.

    • Porfell Wildlife Park & SanctuaryPorfell Wildlife Park & Sanctuary

      Lanreath
      A collection of exotic, wild and domesticated animals in a peaceful, tranquil setting in fifteen acres of fields bounded by streams, with woodland walks. Near Looe in South East Cornwall.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • The Monkey SanctuaryThe Monkey Sanctuary

      Looe
      The Monkey Sanctuary, near Looe, cares for a range of different species of monkeys; all rescued from the UK and international primate pet trades. Our visitors receive an intimate insight into a working sanctuary with keepers on hand all day to give informative talks on the centre’s residents and the wider work of the charity, Wild Futures.

    • The Tamar Valley Donkey ParkThe Tamar Valley Donkey Park

      Gunnislake
      Donkey rides, adventure and toddlers’ playgrounds, nature trail, feed the rabbits, goats, ducks, pigs, lambs and calves. Disabled facilities.

    Newquay Area

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Beaches in CornwallBeaches in Cornwall

      What could be better than a day at the beach in Cornwall? With many of the UK’s finest beaches, Cornwall has over 250 miles of glorious coastline for you to explore. Along with some hidden treasures, we have information on the most popular beaches in the county including the premier surfing beach at Fistral in Newquay, beautiful Carbis Bay near St Ives and the great family beach of Summerleaze in Bude.

    • Blue Reef AquariumBlue Reef Aquarium

      Newquay
      The ultimate undersea safari. From the drama of the Cornish coastline to the underwater gardens of the Mediterranean and the dazzling beauty of a Caribbean tropical reef. The Blue Reef Aquarium brings the magic of the undersea world alive through over 30 living displays, regular talks and feeding demonstrations.

    • Dairyland Farm WorldDairyland Farm World

      Summercourt
      Enjoy the fun of an all weather attraction providing entertainment for all ages – So much more for the whole family to enjoy… rain or shine.

    • Discerning Traveller Walking ToursDiscerning Traveller Walking Tours

      Enjoy a self-guided hiking holiday at a leisurely pace, with a warm welcome at comfortable lodgings each night. Walk from Land’s End to St Ives through Bronze Age fields, by undersea tin mines and granite Cornish villages; along King Arthur’s Tintagel coast and Bodmin Moor; or from Polperro to Fowey on Cornwall’s south coast loved by Daphne Du Maurier. Optional visits to Eden. Walk light – we move your bags each day!

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Holywell Bay Fun ParkHolywell Bay Fun Park

      Holywell Bay
      Holywell Bay Fun Park really is ‘The best fun day out in Cornwall’. With FREE entry and FREE parking, the ‘Pay as you Play’ system guarantees a brilliant value family day out. We offer attractions to keep all ages entertained, From Formula 1 to Bumper Boats; no one will ever want to leave! You just need to buy the tokens for the rides YOU want to go on.

    • Lappa Valley Steam RailwayLappa Valley Steam Railway

      St Newlyn East
      Ride on three different sizes of railway – 15″ gauge steam railway, 10 1/4″ diesel railway and 7 1/4″ petrol-driven APT outline – plus at East Wheal Rose Cornish mine enjoy a great family day on our boating lake, play areas, crazy golf and turf maze.

    • Newquay Laser CombatNewquay Laser Combat

      White Cross
      Fast paced and exciting with all the thrill of paintball with none of the mess. State of the art infra-red guns with laser dot sights with quarter of a mile range, as harmless as your TV remote control. No mess, no bruises. Centrally located near Newquay and the A30.

    • Newquay PaintballNewquay Paintball

      White Cross
      Newquay Paintball has a mixture of speedball and woodland zones with bunkers, fortified positions and natural cover giving an exciting and atmospheric combination. Morning or afternoon sessions available – sensible footwear is a must. We are one of the best sites for paintball in Cornwall, not far from the A30.

    • Newquay ZooNewquay Zoo

      Newquay
      If you enjoy lush exotic lakeside gardens in the company of free ranging mara, monkeys, wallabies and a host of fascinating birds you’ll love a visit to Newquay’s Zoological Gardens.

    • Screech Owl SanctuaryScreech Owl Sanctuary

      St Columb Major
      Here at the Screech Owl Sanctuary you will meet a large collection of owl species from all over the world and enjoy a unique chance to learn about owl conservation and education. We are located near Indian Queens, in mid Cornwall, just off the A30. We are easy to reach from towns and seaside resorts including Bodmin, Wadebridge, Padstow, Newquay and St Austell.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Springfields Fun & Pony CentreSpringfields Fun & Pony Centre

      St Columb Major
      A Family Adventure Park with ponies, farm animals, boating and a fun barn. For all the family….whatever the weather. In addition to a wide variety of British ponies there are goats, lambs, calves, ducks, rabbits and other farm animals to feed and groom. Everyone has the opportunity to interact with the animals. Located in Mid Cornwall near St Columb Major and the A30.

    • Trerice ManorTrerice Manor

      St Newlyn East
      A delightfull small Elizabethan manor house, Trerice is an architectural gem hidden away from the world in a web of narrow lanes and still somehow caught in the spirit of its age. Look out for Tudor-themed family and adult workshops, family trails and special Living History days.

    Padstow – Wadebridge Area

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • AdventurelineAdventureline

      Guided walking and exploration holidays around the dramatically varied coasts and moors of Cornwall, showing you the finest landscapes and wildlife, history and culture. Picture yourself hiking this spectacular coastline… walking through carpets of myriad wild flowers… intimately observing the seals below and the birds above… maybe even stopping for a delightful swim? 2016 is our 29th year.

    • Bodmin & Wenford RailwayBodmin & Wenford Railway

      Bodmin
      Enjoy views of the Cornish countryside from our steam trains running for 6½ miles between Bodmin General – Bodmin Parkway (Main Line Station) and Boscarne Junction (for the Camel Trail).

    • Bodmin JailBodmin Jail

      Bodmin
      Experience the life of an eighteenth century prisoner, visit the gallows, stock and underground cells, All set within 3 acres of original buildings and grounds.

    • Cornwall's Crealy Adventure ParkCamel Creek Adventure Park

      St Issey and Little Petherick
      With exciting new attractions, dash to Camel Creek Adventure Park. Be thrilled by the 5D Simulator Experience, swoop and soar on the Morgawr roller coaster, splash down Raging Rivers, brave The Beast or dive into 45,000 square feet of indoor play. Plus meet the cutest furry friends and gentle shire giants. It’s Maximum Fun Guaranteed!

    • Camel Valley VineyardCamel Valley Vineyard

      Bodmin
      An award-winning vineyard at Nanstallon near Bodmin. Experince the beauty of the Camel Valley with a glass of wine from the comfort of our sun terrace. Wine tastings and sales, gift packs, regular guided tours, group visits by arrangement. Access from Camel Trail.

    • Eden ProjectEden Project – Cornwall’s Eco Visitor Attraction

      Bodelva near St Austell
      Three gigantic geodesic conservatories displaying plants from around the world. The Eden Project is now an internationally established attraction.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • National Lobster HatcheryNational Lobster Hatchery

      Padstow
      Discover the fascinating world of lobsters and their environment. See live lobsters develop. Learn about the West Country lobster fishing industry.

    • Old MacDonald's FarmOld MacDonald’s Farm

      Porthcothan Bay and Treyarnon
      A relaxing farm with lots of animals to see and touch, along with camping facilities, on the Cornish coast. Fun for all the family.

    • Pencarrow HousePencarrow House

      Washaway
      A beautiful Georgian House, belonging to the Molesworth-St Aubyn Family, set in 50 acres of listed formal and woodland gardens. The house has a superb collection of pictures, furniture and porcelain. The mile-long Carriage Drive, lined with conifers, rhododendrons and camellias, was first planted in 1842. Just off the A389 between Bodmin and Wadebridge. The perfect, peaceful place for everyone, including the dog!

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • St Enodoc Golf ClubSt Enodoc Golf Club

      Rock
      One of the finest links golf courses in Cornwall and the South West, with everything you would expect from a James Braid design; St Enodoc, in Rock near Padstow, has undulating fairways, firm greens, some blind shots – and all with the added bonus of some of the greatest sea and estuary views on any course in the world.

    • St Eval Kart CircuitSt Eval Kart Circuit

      near Mawgan Porth
      Located on the North Cornwall Coast in between Newquay and Pastow, St. Eval Kart Racing Circuit is a massive outdoor 1.3km track which is designed to cater for 7 years olds and above, and for all group sizes.

    • The Courtroom ExperienceThe Courtroom Experience

      Bodmin
      A unique experience for visitors to be part of a re-enactment of Cornwall’s most famous murder trial in the very courtroom in which it happened. Listen to the evidence against Matthew Weeks, act as jury and vote guilty or not guilty. You can even go down and visit the holding cells. A unique experience for the whole family.

    Penzance – Lands End Area

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Discerning Traveller Walking ToursDiscerning Traveller Walking Tours

      Enjoy a self-guided hiking holiday at a leisurely pace, with a warm welcome at comfortable lodgings each night. Walk from Land’s End to St Ives through Bronze Age fields, by undersea tin mines and granite Cornish villages; along King Arthur’s Tintagel coast and Bodmin Moor; or from Polperro to Fowey on Cornwall’s south coast loved by Daphne Du Maurier. Optional visits to Eden. Walk light – we move your bags each day!

    • Geevor Tin MineGeevor Tin Mine

      Pendeen and Trewellard
      The largest mining history site in the UK. You can see how tin was mined and processed. Explore the many surface buildings and experience the conditions miners worked in as you take an underground trip through a genuine 18th century mine.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Grand Casino AmusementsGrand Casino Amusements

      Penzance
      We offer excellent entertainment with outstanding views, we are located in the centre of Penzance promenade with children’s adventure playground close by.

    • Hardy Exotics NurseryHardy Exotics Nursery

      Crowlas
      With the largest collection of exotic plants in the UK. An inspirational, highly educational, an adventure and enormous fun to visit.

    • Isles of Scilly Steamship CompanyIsles of Scilly Steamship Company

      Penzance – Scilly Isles
      Scillonian III can cater for up to 600 passengers in comfort on the cruise to the Isles of Scilly. Enjoy the cruise on a refurbished ship with improved buffet, shop and new children’s play area.

    • Lands EndLands End

      Sennen and Lands End
      Land’s End is a unique and magical place and one of the most famous places in Britain. A place of legend and mystery, with stunning natural beauty to warm your heart. Undercover exhibitions and attractions, shopping village and Discovery Trail.

    • Mousehole Bird Hospital and SanctuaryMousehole Bird Hospital and Sanctuary

      Mousehole
      Founded 1928: Open daily to visitors and admission is free.

    • Polgoon VineyardPolgoon Vineyard

      Penzance
      An award-winning winery based in Penzance, Cornwall. The owners have developed Polgoon Vineyard from a derelict farm and outbuildings to a flourishing business producing award-winning wines and ciders. Guided tours and tastings take place at 2pm every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons, or by appointment, and last for about 2 hours.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • St Michaels MountSt Michaels Mount

      Marazion
      The jewel in Cornwall’s crown, this magical island has a church, a medieval castle (home of the St Aubyn family for over 300 years), an exotic garden clinging to its steep flanks, and an ancient harbour where you will find shops, restaurants and an audio-visual presentation on the history of St Michael’s Mount.

    • Porthcurno Telegraph MuseumTelegraph Museum Porthcurno

      Porthcurno
      The Telegraph Museum Porthcurno is situated in a valley leading down to the sea, three miles from Lands End. Visit Cornwall’s secret wartime communications centre. The tunnels, built in World War II, house a unique museum of historical equipment, dating back to the 1870s.

    • The Minack TheatreThe Minack Theatre

      Porthcurno
      A uniquely situated open-air theatre on the cliffs at Porthcurno, near Lands End. The Minack theatre hosts a 17 week season of plays and musicals throughout the summer and also has a day-time visitor centre which is open all year round.

    • Tremenheere Sculpture GardenTremenheere Sculpture Garden

      Gulval
      Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens is a major new attraction in West Cornwall. It is set in a beautiful sheltered valley, the woods, stream and dramatic vistas provide a perfect setting for large scale exotic and sub-tropical planting. Interwoven with this there is also an evolving programme of high quality contemporary art installations.

    • Trengwainton GardensTrengwainton Gardens

      Madron
      With plants from around the globe scattered throughout Trengwainton’s ten-hectare garden near Penzance, there is something to inspire around every corner. Champion magnolias and vibrant rhododendrons make way for lush banana plants and soaring echiums. Rich collection of camellias and a series of walled gardens containing many unusual shrubs.

    • Trereife House & GardensTrereife House & Gardens

      Penzance
      This fine Manor House is on the outskirts of Newlyn and Penzance. Open in the summer months on three days a week only, you can enjoy our beautiful gardens, our new Stableyard Cafe and guided tours of the house.

    • Western DiscoveriesWestern Discoveries

      Whether you want a well planned walking holiday on the stunning Southwest coast path, a hike on the moors or a guided tour of West Cornwall’s ancient monuments we offer you the best of Cornwall. From two hour walks to fully inclusive holidays, we have an option to suit you. Don’t fancy a long walk? That’s fine – our minibus tours allow you to just sit back and relax. We also offer a baggage transfer service.

    St Austell Area

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Charlestown Shipwreck & Heritage CentreCharlestown Shipwreck & Heritage Centre

      Charlestown
      The Shipwreck and historical artefacts on display in the centre are the largest private collection of this type on public display in Europe. Brought together over the last 45 to 50 years, it forms the basis of one of the most unusual and interesting collections open to the public. There are countless items from a bygone age as well as artefacts from over 150 shipwrecks.

    • Discerning Traveller Walking ToursDiscerning Traveller Walking Tours

      Enjoy a self-guided hiking holiday at a leisurely pace, with a warm welcome at comfortable lodgings each night. Walk from Land’s End to St Ives through Bronze Age fields, by undersea tin mines and granite Cornish villages; along King Arthur’s Tintagel coast and Bodmin Moor; or from Polperro to Fowey on Cornwall’s south coast loved by Daphne Du Maurier. Optional visits to Eden. Walk light – we move your bags each day!

    • Eden ProjectEden Project – Cornwall’s Eco Visitor Attraction

      Bodelva near St Austell
      Three gigantic geodesic conservatories displaying plants from around the world. The Eden Project is now an internationally established attraction.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • KidzworldKidzworld

      St Austell
      With the all inclusive price, explore smugglers cove, summit the tower, whoosh down slides, slow and fast, beat the digiwall climbing challenge and discover over 54,000 sq ft of ‘all weather’ adventure play. With no height restrictions on any equipment, mums, dads and even grannies can join in too.

    • Lanhydrock HouseLanhydrock House

      Lanhydrock near Bodmin
      One of Cornwall’s grandest houses originally built in 1651, set in a glorious landscape of gardens, parkland and woods overlooking the valley of the Fowey River near Bodmin. Highlights include the 17th-century Long Gallery and the warren of Victorian kitchens, larders and sculleries ‘below stairs’. A flagship National Trust property.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • St Austell Brewery Visitor CentreSt Austell Brewery Visitor Centre

      St Austell
      More than 150 years of Cornish history. Explore St Austell Brewery’s interactive museum and learn the fascinating story of our pubs, beers, wines and spirits and about the Cornish families who created them. The brewers of ‘Tribute’ ale.

    • The Lost Gardens of HeliganThe Lost Gardens of Heligan

      Mevagissey
      Lost Gardens of Heligan has over 200 acres of superb working Victorian gardens and pleasure grounds together with a magnificent complex of walled gardens. Summerhouses, lawns, lakes and ponds, huge productive gardens and fruithouses, and 22-acre subtropical jungle, are just some of the delights of this ‘Sleeping Beauty’.

    • Wheal Martyn China Clay Country Park & MuseumWheal Martyn China Clay Country Park & Museum

      St Austell
      A totally different day out – 26 acres of fun and pleasure – Historic trail, nature trail, exhibitions, audio and visual show, children’s trail and play area, pottery, picnic areas, coffee shop and gift shop – Dogs on leads welcome. We are open every day except closed Mondays from January to end of March.

    • World of Model RailwaysWorld of Model Railways

      Mevagissey
      Trains run through finely detailed scenery with many moving accessories including fairground, steam roller, boats, chimney sweep, skiers and cable cars. Authentic ‘scratch built’ BR(S) London Transport station, cycle race, model maze (try and solve it!).

    St Ives Area

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Country SkittlesCountry Skittles

      St Erth
      A whole host of games awaits you in the bowling arena! Serious bowling or just great fun – any number can play. A fantastic fun-filled family venue in the heart of beautiful West Cornwall.

    • Discerning Traveller Walking ToursDiscerning Traveller Walking Tours

      Enjoy a self-guided hiking holiday at a leisurely pace, with a warm welcome at comfortable lodgings each night. Walk from Land’s End to St Ives through Bronze Age fields, by undersea tin mines and granite Cornish villages; along King Arthur’s Tintagel coast and Bodmin Moor; or from Polperro to Fowey on Cornwall’s south coast loved by Daphne Du Maurier. Optional visits to Eden. Walk light – we move your bags each day!

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Kidz R Us, St Ives TheatreKidz R Us, St Ives Theatre

      St Ives
      Kidz R Us is a Youth Theatre based in St.Ives Cornwall and a registered charity. We have our own 321 seat theatre in the centre of town, the former Wesley Chapel with a full programme of shows throughout the year.

    • Paradise ParkParadise Park

      Hayle
      Home of the World Parrot Trust and Cornwall’s Conservation Park, this attraction also provides a great family day out with undercover play areas and gardens.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Tate St IvesTate St Ives

      St Ives
      Be creative – there’s nothing more exciting! With the finest modern and contemporary art, fantastic family activities, and the most spectacular coastal setting, there’s something to inspire everyone at Tate St Ives. Free entry for 18s and under, and Tate Members.

    • Western DiscoveriesWestern Discoveries

      Whether you want a well planned walking holiday on the stunning Southwest coast path, a hike on the moors or a guided tour of West Cornwall’s ancient monuments we offer you the best of Cornwall. From two hour walks to fully inclusive holidays, we have an option to suit you. Don’t fancy a long walk? That’s fine – our minibus tours allow you to just sit back and relax. We also offer a baggage transfer service.

    Truro Area

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • AdventurelineAdventureline

      Guided walking and exploration holidays around the dramatically varied coasts and moors of Cornwall, showing you the finest landscapes and wildlife, history and culture. Picture yourself hiking this spectacular coastline… walking through carpets of myriad wild flowers… intimately observing the seals below and the birds above… maybe even stopping for a delightful swim? 2016 is our 29th year.

    • Blue Hills Tin StreamsBlue Hills Tin Streams

      St Agnes
      Discover skills of the ancient tinner – tin has been produced in this valley for centuries. Follow the mining process from rock to metal. A tin mining valley steeped in history, this is not a museum but a family business. We have a selection of giftware made out of Cornish tin that is won, worked, smelted and cast at Blue Hills Tin Streams.

    • Gardens In CornwallGardens in Cornwall

      Cornwall is famed for its gardens, benefiting from the mild climate. This website lists details of more than 50 gardens in the county, from world-renowned visitor attractions to gardens off the beaten track and open just for a few days a year.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Hall for CornwallHall for Cornwall

      Truro
      Hall for Cornwall is the largest theatre in Cornwall and a regional performance venue. Located in the heart of Truro, Hall for Cornwall is conveniently located with nearby parking and all of the City’s shops and amenities close by. Throughout the year the theatre offers a packed programme of music, drama and dance with something for visitors of all ages and tastes.

    • Healeys Cornish Cyder FarmHealeys Cornish Cyder Farm

      Goonhavern
      A trip to our Cyder Farm is a day out like no other. There’s plenty to do for free – from petting our farm animals to sampling our products and picking up souvenirs in our farm shop – or you can discover all the amazing things we do with our apples by taking a tour, or tractor trip.

    • Marianne GoldenMarianne Golden

      Portscatho
      Fine Artist – Dramatically realistic and vivid paintings are inspired by the ever changing scenery in Cornwall. Paintings of the beautiful scenery in St Just in Roseland, Portscatho, St Mawes, St Anthony, Veryan.

    • Mount Hawke Skate ParkMount Hawke Skate Park

      Porthtowan
      Mount Hawke Skate Park is a converted farm warehouse that receieved a lottery grant and turned itself into probably the best skate-park in Britain. We are located on the outskirts of the village of Mount Hawke, a couple of miles from Porthtowan and St Agnes and approximately 8 miles from the city of Truro.

    • Royal Cornwall Museum TruroRoyal Cornwall Museum Truro

      Truro
      The archaeological collection ranges from the Palaeolithic to the Post-Medieval period, with an important bronze age collection of metalwork, pottery, stone and flint tools.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Trelissick GardensTrelissick Gardens

      Feock and Point
      This tranquil garden and estate, in the care of the National Trust, is renowned for its glorious position at the head of Carrick Roads, with panoramic views down the estuary towards Falmouth and the sea. The gardens at Trelissick are constantly evolving, with new planting and fresh ideas.

    • Truro CathedralTruro Cathedral

      Truro
      Sits in the heart of Cornwall’s only city. Its gothic appearance belies its modern age; building started in 1880 and was completed by 1910. Beautiful interior with amazing stained glass. Don’t miss the bendy Nave, the story of the blue pane and the Cornubia “Land of the Saints” painting. Free Guided tours March to October. Restaurant and Shop open Mon – Sat.