Cornwall is now an all year round destination, with lots of attractions to keep all the family entertained.
Caerhays Estate and Gardens Caerhays Castle, which is owned by the Williams family, is located in a sheltered valley overlooking Porthluney Cove on the South Cornish Coast equidistant from Truro and St Austell. Gardens open 16th February.
Trewithen Gardens- Truro
An historic private estate internationally renowned for its collection of magnolias and camellias. Also boasting 24 'Champion Trees', woodland walks, 18th Century estate house, Tea Shop and highly prized plants from the on-site nursery.
The Eden Project was built in a disused clay mine, transforming it into a rich, global garden where people can learn about nature and get inspiration about the world around them.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
Sister garden to Eden, the Lost Gardens are minutes from Caerhays and Trewithen. A must visit when in the area.
Tate St Ives
Tate St Ives offers a programme of international modern and contemporary art presented in the unique context of St Ives. Situated on Porthmeor Beach, the gallery building, designed by architects David Shalev and Eldred Evans, opened in 1993 and celebrates the modernist legacy of the town’s international artist colony.
Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden- St Ives
A wonderful exhibition dedicated to the life, work and memory of the 20th century sculptor, Dame Barbara Hepworth.
Penlee House Gallery and Museum- Penzance Penlee House Gallery & Museum is the only Cornish venue specialising in the Newlyn School and early St Ives artists (c.1880 - 1940).
Minack Theatre- Penzance
The world famous cliff top open air theatre. Spectacular location, stunning views, a great place to visit, or take in a show.
St Michael's Mount- Penzance
The world famous 14th century castle, home of the St Aubyn family.
Pendennis Castle- Falmouth
Henry VIII's stunning castle dominating the Carrick Roads. Built in 1540-45 as one of a pair of artillery forts to protect this strategic area from the threat of invasion from Catholic France and Spain.
Godolphin House- Helston
Ancient and atmospheric house and garden set within an historic estate.
The Royal Cornwall Museum- Truro
Cornwall's premier museum.
Land's End- Land's End
Spectacular coastal location for Cornwall's most famous landmark. Visitor centre, craft workshops, galleries etc.
Kidz R Us Theatre- St Ives
Youth theatre company based in St.Ives Cornwall. Regular shows in their own 300 seat theatre in the centre of town.
Paradise Park- Nr St Ives
This has something to entertain the whole family. Watch spectacular bird displays such as the Free Flying Bird Show, there are also eagles, falcons, owls and a fully equipped indoor play area and cafe for wet days.
Flambards Theme Park - Helston
Theme park and Victorian Village and Britain in the Blitz exhibition.
Seal Sanctuary- Nr Helston
The Sanctuary is a busy rescue centre, and also has resident Grey Seals, Californian and Patagonian Sea Lions, Goats, Ponies and Otters.
National Maritime Museum- Falmouth
Discover Cornwall's maritime past, seven galleries exploring Cornwall's links with the sea.
Blue Reef Aquarium- Newquay
Walk through the sea and experience another dimension. The main attraction is a 250,000 litre display housing black and white tip reef sharks, stingrays, moray eels, giant groupers and hundreds of brightly coloured reef fish.
EBO Adventures- Newquay
EBO specialise in outdoor pursuits including coasteering sessions, scuba diving courses, kayaking, kitesurfing lessons as well as rock climbing, and much more.
Walk it Cornwall - Guided walks in Cornwall.
South West Coastal Path - Self-guided walking holidays along the South West Coast Path
Porthleven Cycle Hire
From the 2015 season we will be operating from a new purpose built unit at the gateway to Penrose in Helston. We offer a simple, straightforward...stress free service. Hire for a day or a week. You get a quality 2015 Marin and Adventure ranges.
Elemental UK Watersports- Falmouth ElementalUK is a Cornish adventure centre offering a range of watersports that bring you face to face with the elements. Our aim is to help you get the most from immersing yourself in the challenges and thrills of the natural world while learning valuable skills and having fun.
Treasure Trails Cornwall
If you are looking for a fun way to explore, a Treasure Trail is a fantastic thing to do in Cornwall to help you see the sights. There are 45 Trails which encompass the huge variety of Cornwall’s fascinating landscape.
West Thai Yoga Massage
Based in Truro, theraputic massage service offering Thai Yoga Massage suitable for sports injuries, accident or post-operative rehabilitation, and general aches and pains such as back ache, head-aches and migraine, physical or emotional trauma, bad posture.
INDOOR ADVENTURES, in case it rains!
Slide, glide, climb and let the kid’s burn off all that pent up energy at one of Cornwall’s indoor play areas. Ball parks, mazes, trampolines, bungee runs, laser games…the list is endless!
Raze the Roof, Penryn
Kidzworld, St Austell
Bombadingas, Pool, Redruth
Dairyland Farm World, the bull-pen, near Newquay