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From your selection we have found: 41 quality things to do in Cornwall
Overlooking the Atlantic, Blue Reef Aquarium is the perfect location to appreciate the beauty of the oceans.
Cornwall's only full size steam railway - a great family 'attracktion!'
Bodmin Jail was originally built for King George III in 1779: discover life behind bars as an 18th Century prisoner in the heart of Cornwall. Explore the many cells and features that make your visit fun.
Primary Times Overall Winner 2016 and Bronze Cornwall Tourism Award Winner for Large Visitor Attraction - Adventure Park based near Newquay & Padstow in Cornwall with over 60,000 sq ft of covered play and 14 rides giving joy and adventure
THE ALL WEATHER - AWARD WINNING ATTRACTION WHERE CHILDREN UNDER 10 GO FREE!
A favourite with families, this bustling dairy farm is hugely entertaining and fantastic value, whatever the weather!
Flambards Theme Park, Helston, Cornwall is the perfect destination for an unforgettable family day out with its fun mix of rides, indoor attractions and entertainment.
Cornwall's multi-award winning attraction. 2013/14 Cornwall Tourism Awards Winner of Winners! Part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site.
Family days out don't get much better than a visit to Healeys Cyder Farm in Cornwall
Land's End is one of Britain's best loved landmarks, famous for its unique location and spectacular views.
A Victorian family home inside a Jacobean mansion, surrounded by beautiful formal gardens, an expansive estate and exciting cycling trails.
Lappa Valley is open daily from Saturday 24 March, 2018. The Ticket Office opens at 10.00am and the first train departs at 10.40am.
Cornwall's world famous theatre under the stars.
The National Lobster Hatchery can be found on the docks of the picturesque Cornish fishing village of Padstow. Our aim is to help maintain a healthy lobster population in Cornwall through conservation, education and research, supported by our fun visitor
An independent museum located on Discovery Quay in Falmouth, the National Maritime Museum Cornwall celebrates the incredible maritime history of Falmouth, Cornwall and how the sea influences global culture. The museum houses 15 galleries, over five floors of interactive exhibits.
Get closer to over 130 species at award winning Newquay Zoo! See the penguins relaxing in their pool, take a stroll through Gems of the Jungle, visit creepy crawlies in the tropical house, watch the big cats get their lunch
Well known as Cornwall's top wildlife sanctuary, with tropical birds in exotic gardens and lots of events to meet the birds and animals, award-winning Paradise Park also has a huge JungleBarn indoor play area.
Visit Pencarrow House & Gardens, the much loved home of the Molesworth St Aubyn family who still live here and can trace their family back to the time of Queen Elizabeth 1. Have a leisurely walk around the 50 acres
Discover over 450 years of history at this impressive fortress built by Henry VIII.
Pinetum Gardens are "30 Acres of family friendly awesome!", a place for every generation to explore the great outdoors. Being Cornwall?s largest ?new? garden, it has many seasonal garden rooms to experience, providing areas of intimate tranquility contrasted against...
Pirate's Quest is an immersive walk-through experience which combines talented theatrical actors, amazing special effects, and detailed 360 degree sets in an authentic, atmospheric adventure.
Explore ancient and living cultures, an explorer's medicine chest and family-friendly activities and events. Children go FREE.
We aim to enable visitors to see and touch owls at close proximity under staff supervision as well as providing a talk and guided tour of the centre to all visitors.
Facinating, revealing and very refreshing. A visit to St Austell's famous brewery has it all.
Award-winning family friendly museum and secret underground WW2 tunnels. Enjoy hands-on exhibitions, live demonstrations every day, museum trails and family-friendly 'make & take' activities. Museum cafe and shop are free to visit.
200 acres of garden history, mystery and romance Twenty seven years ago, Heligan's historic gardens were unknown and unseen; lost under a tangle of weeds. It was only the chance discovery of a door in the ruins that led to
Dramatic coastal iconic attraction with links to the legend of King Arthur.
Trelissick is the perfect place to come for a day out with friends and family.
There's a garden with stunning views, little summerhouses to relax in, sweeping lawns to play on and dog-friendly walks around the countryside.
Discover a passion for plants in this woodland garden with its sea views, award-winning magnolias and rhododendrons and a productive walled kitchen garden. Some of the plants flowered for the first time in Britain here at Trengwainton.