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Tourist Attractions Cornwall

Days Out in Cornwall

Attractions Cornwall

There are lots of tourist attractions in Cornwall and a wide variety of days out in Cornwall to choose from. We have set out a full list of Cornwall attractions and things to do below. Or, narrow your search and:

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Adventure Park Cornwall - Wadebridge Cornwall

North Cornwall

Nestled in 111 acres of Cornish countryside, Camel Creek is a haven of family-friendly rides, giant play areas and animal encounters. With Cornwall's only 5D Simulator, the Adventure Park is an all-weather attraction suitable for the whole family, rain or shine. Read more about Camel Creek Adventure Park Cornwall

Animal Sanctuary - Lizard Peninsula / Helston

West Cornwall

Make some new friends today at Cornwall's only Seal Sanctuary and rescue centre. Come and hear about dramatic rescues and meet the seal and sea lion characters whose individual stories are brought to life during your visit.

Relax at our Cafe, enjoy the view of the Helford River and wander along our woodland walk. Children will love the pirate play area, quiz trail and special events all year round. Don't forget to say hello to the penguins, otters, sheep, goats and horses. The Cornish Seal Sanctuary is a dog friendly attraction in Cornwall. Dogs on leads welcome. Read more about The Cornish Seal Sanctuary

Museum Cornwall - Bodmin Cornwall

North Cornwall

Discover Cornwall's Regimental History. Recognised as probably the finest Military Museum in the South West of England Cornwall's Regimental has around 12,000 collection items with over 300 years of military history displayed. There are also Special Events going on throughout the year such as re-enactments and family fun days. A really interesting day out in Cornwall. The Museum is a dog friendly attraction in Cornwall and so well behaved dogs on leads can go along and enjoy the day out too. (although dog entry maybe restricted at busy times).

Read more about Cornwall's Regimental Museum

Produce & Craft Markets and Brocantes - Crocadon Farm, St Mellion, Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Crocadon Farm is situated within the beautiful Pentillie Estate in St. Mellion, just 20 minutes from the city of Plymouth, on the Devon and Cornwall border. They hold food and craft markets every third Saturday of the month and also hold regular Brocantes (antiques, collectables). Wander around the many stalls and enjoy the low key live music and on site cafe with indoor and outdoor seating in a traditional courtyard. Read more about Crocadon Markets Cornwall

CYDER FARM CORNWALL - Nr Truro

North Cornwall

Healey's Cyder Farm has lots to do both inside and out and so is a great place to visit whatever the weather. With tractor rides, tours of the production factory, museum and distillery, sampling bar and lots of friendly farm animals to meet you are sure to have a fun family day out in Cornwall. There is also a shop stocked full of Cornish goodies where you can stock up on supplies and a restaurant with courtyard where you can enjoy delicious home-cooked meals, cream teas, a perfectly chilled glass of cyder or wide choice of hot and cold drinks. Read more about Healey's Cyder Farm.

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Historic Building, Gardens and Play Park - Pool, Redruth, Cornwall

West Cornwall

Cornwall's first free cultural playground on a grand scale. Set in the shadow of an iconic Cornish engine house and covering 19 acres, there is so much to explore, from the botanical gardens to the interactive exhibitions. So, whether its breathing in the peace and serenity found in the Diaspora Botanical Gardens, shouting with glee after escaping the Giant's Trap in the Adventure Playground, or being taken back to another time through an immersion scape in the World Heritage Exhibitions, Heartlands has something to suit every age and interest. Read more about this great Cornwall attraction. Read More about Heartlands

Ghost Hunting at a Genuine Haunted Establishment - Bodmin Moor Cornwall

North Cornwall

Ghost Hunting at the Jamaica Inn, a famous smugglers Inn. Not for the faint hearted! These special ghost hunting events are sure to bring a shiver down your spine. Especially with the added knowledge that they have recently been awarded the Stamp of Approval from the British Paranormal Association for being a genuine haunted establishment!

You can choose between weekend events which include accommodation, breakfasts and dinners and some a trip to Bodmin Jail or evening events which go on until late. All events involve ghost hunts around the Inn which for years has given rise to stories of strange incidents and sightings and which produced one of the spookiest episodes ever recorded on the TV programme Most Haunted.More information about the Jamaica Inn

Bike Hire on the Camel Trail - Wenfordbridge, Bodmin Moor

North Cornwall

The Snail's Pace Cafe and Bike Hire at Wenfordbridge near Bodmin Moor is an excellent place to visit in Cornwall. Situated on the famous Camel Trail they offer a wide variety of bikes for hire and so you can take to the saddle and enjoy the quiet paths beside the river on the way to Bodmin and then continue along the bike track to Wadebridge and Padstow. Before you set off on your adventure you can enjoy some delicious hearty food at the cafe. There is free parking.

Read More about Snail's Pace Cafe and Bike Hire

Garden - Nr Penzance Cornwall

West Cornwall

Cornwall's No 1 picnic garden! Tanglewood is a wonderful wild garden with woodland, garden and pond areas. There is fantastic wildlife to see. The land is maintained on the basis that it is shared equally between humans and wildlife so brambles nettles and thistles are not looked on as weeds but as essential habitat for birds, animals and insects. Begin with a walk through mature woodland and then step out to enjoy the garden and pond areas, with plenty of places to stop and enjoy a picnic along the way. A great day out for all the family and the dog can come too because Tanglewood is a dog friendly Cornwall attraction. Read more about Tanglewood Wild Garden

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Ruin - Penzance

West Cornwall

This Iron Age settlement was originally occupied almost 2,000 years ago and is one of the things to do in Cornwall if you are in the Penzance area. The village consisted of stone-walled homesteads known as 'courtyard houses', found only on the Land's End peninsula and the Isles of Scilly. The houses line a 'village street', and each had an open central courtyard surrounded by a number of thatched rooms. There are also the remains of an enigmatic 'fogou' underground passage. Dogs welcome on leads. More information and contact details for Chysauster Ancient Village Cornwall

House and Gardens - St Dominick, Cornwall

South East Cornwall

The National Trust property at Cotehele is a Tudor house set in magnificent gardens on the banks of the River Tamar. One of the leading Cornwall attractions Cotehele is well worth a visit. Once the ancestral home of the Edgcumbe family the house is decorated with tapestries, arms and armour, pewter, brass and old oak furniture. The interior tour has changed little over the years and retains a strong sense of history. Outside there are formally planted terraces to wander in and admire, or you can lose yourself in the Valley Garden, which includes a medieval stewpond and dovecote and leads down to the river. Image © National Trust Images/Carole Drake. Read more about Cotehele National Trust Attractions Cornwall

Animal Sanctuary - Mabe Burnthouse Near Falmouth Cornwall

West Cornwall

The Flicka Foundation Cornwall is a Horse and Donkey Sanctuary which rescues, homes and re-homes horses and donkeys who are in need of help. Situated in the beautiful Cornish countryside at Mabe Burnthouse near Falmouth, this is could be a great place to visit as part of a family day out in Cornwall. You can get up close to the donkeys and other rescued animals living at the farm. Guided tours are available or you can go anytime between 11am and 4pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday all year round. Free entry, with donations gratefully received. Free parking.

Read more about The Flicka Foundation Cornwall

Garden - Falmouth Cornwall

West Cornwall

Glendurgan is a valley garden dating back to the 1820s, descending to the village of Durgan and its beach on the Helford River. Outstanding floral displays with exotic plants and famous Glendurgan laurel maze, shop, tea room and garden events. Image ©National Trust Images/Andrew Butler Read more about Glendurgan and National Trust Cornwall Attracions

Historic House and Gardens - Helston, Cornwall

West Cornwall

Godolphin House and Estate is situated at Godolphin Cross near Helston in West Cornwall. One of the finest Cornwall attractions, Godolphin House was one of the most fashionable houses in Cornwall in the 17th century. It is open to the public on selected dates through the year and so if you are looking for things to do in Cornwall this National Trust Property could make a nice day out. The medieval gardens, dating back to the 16th Century are amongst the most important historic gardens in Europe. Dogs on leads are welcome in all outside areas. Image ©National Trust Images/Andrew Butler Read more about Godolphin and National Trust Cornwall Attracions

 - Gwithian, Cornwall

North Cornwall

Said to be the setting for Virginia Woolf's novel The Lighthouse, Godrevy sits at the end of St Ives Bay Cornwall and offers breathtaking and spectacular beaches, cliff walks and views. The well known Godrevy Lighthouse is a stunning site to behold and has a rich history. Famous for the Godrevy seals the beaches are just a couple of miles outside Hayle Cornwall and definitely worth seeing whatever the weather. Large car park for which a fee is payable by non National Trust members, seasonal cafe, ice cream van and toilets. Read more about Godrevy and National Trust Cornwall Attractions

World Famous Smugglers Inn - Bodmin Moor Cornwall

North Cornwall

The Jamaica Inn, which is open all year round, is found high up on the wild and beautiful Bodmin Moor and is full of legend, mystery and romance. The Inn was made world famous by Daphne du Maurier's book (and following films and dramas) The Jamaica Inn. A tale of smugglers, rogues and pirates. View the Daphne du Maurier memorial room set up in her memory.

Visit the Inn's fascinating Smugglers' Museum where tales of wreckers, murderers and villains are brought wonderfully to life in one of the finest collections of smuggling artifacts in the country.

You can also stay at the Inn or stop off for a tasty meal, snack, drink from the bar, coffee or even a cream tea! The Jamaica Inn is a very dog friendly place in Cornwall to visit. More information about the Jamaica Inn

Castle - Launceston

South East Cornwall

Set on a large natural mound, Launceston Castle dominates the surrounding landscape and is definitely an option for things to in Cornwall. Begun soon after the Norman Conquest, its focus is an unusual keep consisting of a 13th century round tower built by Richard, Earl of Cornwall, inside an earlier circular shell-keep. The tower top is now reached via an internal staircase. Dogs welcome on leads. More information and contact details for Launceston Castle Cornwall

Museum Cornwall - Falmouth Cornwall

West Cornwall

Where else in the world can you jump aboard a Viking ship and meet the Vikings, go under the sea without getting wet, learn how to sail, climb a 100ft tower and touch Olympic boats all in one day? The National Maritime Museum is a stunning attraction in Cornwall and one allaboutcornwall can recommend particularly for those looking for rainy day things to do in Cornwall. Explore our maritime heritage and heroes, discover Cornwall's past, its people and the part they played in making Britain great. Read more about this family day out in Cornwall

Castle - Falmouth Cornwall

West Cornwall

For a great family day out in Cornwall, take a trip to Pendennis Castle, Falmouth, one of the finest of the mighty fortresses built by Henry VIII to defend the country against invasion. The castle has seen action in many conflicts and was one of the last royalist strongholds to fall during the English Civil War. Visiting Pendennis Castle is one of the fun things to do in Cornwall. You can witness a Tudor gun deck in action here and see how the Guardhouse was equipped during the First World War. Dogs welcome on leads at this dog friendly attraction in Cornwall. More information and contact details for Pendennis Castle Cornwall

House and Gardens - St Germans, Saltash, Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Considered to be one of the most romantic and concealed stately homes in England. A real family home, full of remarkable stories, visitors will be able to view the house very much as the day-to-day residence of Lord and Lady St Germans.

With art works by Reynolds Romney, Ramsey, Van Dyck and mural by Lenkiewicz covering the wall of the Soane Round Room. Outside are the accessible beautiful Park and gardens, Priory church and tea rooms. Private guided tours of the house and basement are available, a chance to see the Dowton type under stairs and a candle lit wine cellar.

Dogs are very welcome to go around the gardens on lead and on Wednesday afternoons may run free on the Park.

For Port Eliot Estate: Port Eliot Estate Office St Germans Saltash Cornwall PL12 5ND Telephone: 01503 230211 E-mail: info@porteliot.co.uk

www.porteliot.co.uk/

Castle - Lostwithiel

South East Cornwall

The great 13th century circular shell-keep of Restormel still encloses the principal rooms of the castle in remarkably good condition. It stands on an earlier Norman mound surrounded by a deep dry ditch, atop a high spur beside the River Fowey. If you are looking for things to do in Cornwall Restormel Castle could make an excellent day out. The castle was twice visited by the Black Prince, it finally saw action during the Civil War in 1644. This is a dog friendly attraction in Cornwall and dogs are welcome on leads. More information and contact details for Restormel Castle

Castle - St Mawes Cornwall

South East Cornwall

St Mawes Castle Cornwall is among the best-preserved of Henry VIII's coastal artillery fortresses, and the most elaborately decorated of them all. One of the chain of forts built between 1539 and 1545 to counter an invasion threat from Catholic France and Spain, it guarded the important anchorage of Carrick Roads, sharing the task with Pendennis Castle on the other side of the Fal estuary. Visiting a castle is one of the great things to do in Cornwall. Dogs welcome on leads at St Mawes Castle.

More information and contact details for St Mawes Castle

Historic Building & Gardens - Marazion Cornwall

West Cornwall

This National Trust property is on an iconic rocky island crowned by a medieval church and castle and is home to a living community. Visit the Medieval Castle situated on the tidal island off the coast of Marazion. Walk across the spectacular cobbled causeway at low tide or take a ride in one of the boat taxis. Explore the island community, harbour, cafe and gift shops before entering the gardens and then the castle. Read more about St Michael's Mount and National Trust Cornwall Attractions

Castle Cornwall - Tintagel Cornwall

North Cornwall

For a magical day out in Cornwall, take the family to Tintagel Castle. Its wonderful location, set high on the rugged North Cornwall coast, offers dramatic views, and its fascinating ruins and stunning beach cafe make it one of the interesting things to do in Cornwall. A perfect day trip, ideal for those on holiday in Dorset, Cornwall or Dartmoor. Dogs welcome on leads at this dog friendly attraction in Cornwall. More information and contact details for Tintagel Castle Cornwall

Garden  - Truro Cornwall

West Cornwall

The gardens and wonderful walks at Trelissick are one of the Cornwall attractions that have something for all the family. Perched above the estuary of the River Fal Trelissick offers cultivated gardens, woodland walks, exotic plants, an art gallery, National Trust shop and tearooms and an interesting second hand book shop. The gardens are not dog friendly but the estate land is (dogs on leads) Image © National Trust Images/Andrew ButlerRead more about Trelissick and National Trust Cornwall Attracions

Garden / historic building - Lizard Peninsula Cornwall

West Cornwall

The estate has 1000s of acres of impressive gardens and woodland. Follow one of the marked walks or explore on your own. The estate centres around the historic building which is surrounded by the New Yard Restaurant, Craft Gallery, Plant nursery, Art Gallery and Opi Workshop.

Trelowarren, Mawgan, Helston, Cornwall TR12 6AF

Tel: 01326 222105

www.trelowarren.com

Garden - Penzance Cornwall

West Cornwall

Full of exotic plants and spectacular views of Mounts Bay and The Lizard the National Trust property at Trengwainton near Penzance Cornwall offers 25 acres of wonderful gardens and grounds to explore and is definitely one of the things to do in Cornwall to consider if you enjoy beautiful gardens and scenery. It is one of the Cornwall attractions which is a dog friendly attraction in Cornwall and well behaved dogs on leads are welcome to enjoy the wonderful walks which Trengwainton has to offer. Image ©National Trust Images Andrew Butler.Read more about Trengwainton and National Trust Cornwall Attracions

Animal Sanctuary Cornwall - Near Looe Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Visiting Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary is one of the great things to do in Cornwall. Nestled into the side of the south Cornish coast between Looe and Seaton, the Sanctuary has been offering a safe haven for monkeys since 1964. This Cornwall animal Sanctuary cares for a range of different species of rescued monkeys, giving visitors an intimate insight into a working sanctuary. There is a lot to do for the whole family with activities, playground, beautiful gardens and Tree Top Cafe. More information about the Monkey Sanctuary Attraction In Cornwall

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Ancient Egyptian Centre

Dobwalls, Liskeard

South East Cornwall

Museum

A 1930s theme museum in Cornwall offering the chance for you to see Anne Edwards and Stuart Beliby's private collection of Egyptian Treasures including coffins, mummies, statues, a Tutankhamen collection. Admission is charged. There is a shop.

Ancient Egyptian Centre, Five Lanes, Dobwalls, Liskeard, Cornwall PL14 6JN

Tel: 01579 321811

www.the-ancient-egyptian-centre.com

Antony Gardens

Torpoint

South East Cornwall

Garden / House

Tel: 01752 812191

Bens Play World

St Austell

South East Cornwall

Play Centre

Ball pool, slides, climbing and indoor and outdoor play area. Pirate treasure trail, water blaster games, remote control pirate ships, shooting galleries and tropical themed restaurant area. Free car park. Situated next to Cornish Market World.

Bens Play World, Stadium Retail Park, St Austell, Cornwall

Tel 01726 815553

www.bensplayworld.co.uk

Blue Reef Aquarium

Newquay Cornwall

North Cornwall

Aquarium

Journey through the transparent Underwater tunnel and witness the spectacular tropical ocean display. See over 40 living displays showing hundreds of fascinating creatures including sharks, giant octopus, seahorses, giant crabs, stingrays, and lobsters and . View feeding displays and talks throughout the day.

Towan Beach Newquay, Cornwall TR7 1DUE

Tel: 01637 878134

www.bluereefaquarium.co.uk

Bodmin & Wenford Railway

Bodmin Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Railway

Full size steam railway. Cafes at the stations. Themed train rides, murder mystery, dining trains - telephone for details. Connected to the main line at Bodmin Parkway and The Camel Trail at Boscarne Junction. Dogs welcome (and free). Bicycles allowed.

Bodmin General Station, Bodmin, Cornwall PL31 1AQ

Tel: 0845 125 9678 OR 01208 73666

www.bodminandwenfordrailway.co.uk

Bodmin Jail

Bodmin Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Museum

Known for it's torturous ways and for holding the last public hanging in Britain in 1862 the jail was the first in the UK to hold inmates in individual cells. You can see what life was like for an 18th century prisoner, look around the jail and visit the gallows, underground cells and exhibitions telling of the years of torture. It is also famous for it's paranormal activities and was featured on Most Haunted. There is an on site restaurant.

Tel: 01208 76292

www.bodminjail.org

Bonython Estate Gardens

Lizard / Helston

West Cornwall

Garden

Gardens and lakes set around the Georgian Manor offer beautiful colourful displays. Explore the 18th Century walled garden, Orchard and lakes and many displays. Thatched Summer House offers tea and homemade cakes. Plant sales.

Bonython Estate, Cury Cross Lanes, Helston, Cornwall TR12 7BA

Tel: 01326 240550

www.Bonython manor.co.uk

Caerhays Castle Gardens

St Austell Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Castle / Gardens

100 acres of gardens surrounding the ancient castle building. Owned by the Williams family for nearly 150 years, visitors can see original plants collected in China in the early 1900s together with more modern editions. Overlooking Porthluny Beach. Tearooms and gift shop. Dogs on leads welcome.

Estate Office, Caerhays Castle, Gorran, St Austell PL26 6LY Cornwall

Tel: 01872 501310

www.caerhays.co.uk

Camel Creek Adventure Park

Wadebridge Cornwall

North Cornwall

Adventure Park Cornwall

Nestled in 111 acres of Cornish countryside, Camel Creek is a haven of family-friendly rides, giant play areas and animal encounters. With Cornwall's only 5D Simulator, the Adventure Park is an all-weather attraction suitable for the whole family, rain or shine. Read more about Camel Creek Adventure Park Cornwall

Charlestown Shipwreck & Heritage Centre

St Austell Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Museum

View the exhibitions of artefacts from over 150 shipwrecks recovered by divers from weapons and treasures to ocean liners memorabilia, investigate the underground tunnels used to push the clay trucks out to the ships in port. Titanic exhibition and Lord Nelson memorabilia collection. A large collection of minerals and artefacts from Cornwall and other countries.

Charlestown, St Austell, Cornwall

www.shipwreckcharlestown.com

Chysauster Ancient Village

Penzance

West Cornwall

Ruin

This Iron Age settlement was originally occupied almost 2,000 years ago and is one of the things to do in Cornwall if you are in the Penzance area. The village consisted of stone-walled homesteads known as 'courtyard houses', found only on the Land's End peninsula and the Isles of Scilly. The houses line a 'village street', and each had an open central courtyard surrounded by a number of thatched rooms. There are also the remains of an enigmatic 'fogou' underground passage. Dogs welcome on leads. More information and contact details for Chysauster Ancient Village Cornwall

Cornish Goldsmiths

Redruth / Portreath

West Cornwall

Attraction

Just off the A30 by Redruth, on the road to Portreath. Offers fun for all the family, whatever the weather. Activities include panning for 'real' gold, digging for buried pirate treasure, making your own teddy and viewing the Cornish Crown Jewels.

Tolgus Mill, Redruth, Cornwall TR16 4HN

Cornish Market World

St Austell Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Market

Over 300 stalls, the biggest indoor market in Britain. Restaurant, cafes and takeaways. On site Bens Playworld. Baby changing facilities. Free wheelchair loan available. Open every Saturday and Sunday 9am-5pm and Wednesdays in the summer season.

Cornish Market World, Stadium Retail Park, St Austell, Cornwall

Tel: 01726 812544

www.cornishmarketworld.co.uk

Cornish Seal Sanctuary

Lizard Peninsula / Helston

West Cornwall

Animal Sanctuary

Make some new friends today at Cornwall's only Seal Sanctuary and rescue centre. Come and hear about dramatic rescues and meet the seal and sea lion characters whose individual stories are brought to life during your visit.

Relax at our Cafe, enjoy the view of the Helford River and wander along our woodland walk. Children will love the pirate play area, quiz trail and special events all year round. Don't forget to say hello to the penguins, otters, sheep, goats and horses. The Cornish Seal Sanctuary is a dog friendly attraction in Cornwall. Dogs on leads welcome. Read more about The Cornish Seal Sanctuary

CORNWALL'S REGIMENTAL MUSEUM

Bodmin Cornwall

North Cornwall

Museum Cornwall

Discover Cornwall's Regimental History. Recognised as probably the finest Military Museum in the South West of England Cornwall's Regimental has around 12,000 collection items with over 300 years of military history displayed. There are also Special Events going on throughout the year such as re-enactments and family fun days. A really interesting day out in Cornwall. The Museum is a dog friendly attraction in Cornwall and so well behaved dogs on leads can go along and enjoy the day out too. (although dog entry maybe restricted at busy times).

Read more about Cornwall's Regimental Museum

COTEHELE

St Dominick, Cornwall

South East Cornwall

House and Gardens

The National Trust property at Cotehele is a Tudor house set in magnificent gardens on the banks of the River Tamar. One of the leading Cornwall attractions Cotehele is well worth a visit. Once the ancestral home of the Edgcumbe family the house is decorated with tapestries, arms and armour, pewter, brass and old oak furniture. The interior tour has changed little over the years and retains a strong sense of history. Outside there are formally planted terraces to wander in and admire, or you can lose yourself in the Valley Garden, which includes a medieval stewpond and dovecote and leads down to the river. Image © National Trust Images/Carole Drake. Read more about Cotehele National Trust Attractions Cornwall

Country Skittles

Hayle Cornwall

West Cornwall

Activity / Pub

9-Pin skittle alleys, lots of great games, shooting gallery, crazy golf, giant draughts, pool and video games, beautiful location. Food & drink served. Open all year - times vary. Booking advised.

Country Skittles, Townshend, Hayle, Cornwall

Tel: 01736 850209

www.countryskittles.com

CROCADON FARM

Crocadon Farm, St Mellion, Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Produce & Craft Markets and Brocantes

Crocadon Farm is situated within the beautiful Pentillie Estate in St. Mellion, just 20 minutes from the city of Plymouth, on the Devon and Cornwall border. They hold food and craft markets every third Saturday of the month and also hold regular Brocantes (antiques, collectables). Wander around the many stalls and enjoy the low key live music and on site cafe with indoor and outdoor seating in a traditional courtyard. Read more about Crocadon Markets Cornwall

Dairyland Farm World

Newquay Cornwall

Farm / Adventure Park

All weather attraction, working farm and petting animals, fantastic indoor play area, watch the cows being milked, Nature trails and Heritage Centre. Daily events which often include pony and hayrides and bottle feeding the animals. Play in The Bull Pen an indoor play area with astra slides, drop slides, soft play areas, climbing nets, fireman's pole and much more (socks must be worn in this area).

Situated on the A3058 4 miles from Newquay

Tel: 01872 510246

www.dairylandfarmworld.com

Eden Project

St Austell Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Garden

Eden Project, Bodelva, St Austell, Cornwall PL24 2SG

Tel: 01726 811911

www.edenproject.com

Elliot's store

Saltash Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Museum

Previously a corner shop, it has now been preserved as a museum showing the 1940s shopping experience, complete with fittings and stocked shelves. Restricted opening times.

Tel: 07767 444816

Falmouth Methodist Church

Falmouth Cornwall

West Cornwall

Church

Located at the junction of Church Street and Arwenack Street. Built by Sir Peter Killigrew. Contains many historic artefacts, children's corner with treasure hunt and quiz. Disabled parking. Refreshments.

Falmouth Parish Church, Church Street, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 3EF

www.binternet.com/-kcm

Flambards Experience

Helston Cornwall

West Cornwall

Adventure Park

Life-size re-creation of a Victorian village's streets with over 50 shops. Britain in the Blitz exhibition- experience a street blitzed in World War II. Thrill rides, play zones, live entertainment including Magicians, Circus Workshops and costume characters, picnic areas & gardens. Summer fireworks on certain days, rides include Hornet rollercoaster, log flume 4G Thunderbolt. Excellent day whatever the weather.

Flambards, Helston Cornwall TR13 0QA

Tel: 01326 573404 Info line: 0845 601 8684

www.flambards.co.uk

Flicka Foundation Cornwall

Mabe Burnthouse Near Falmouth Cornwall

West Cornwall

Animal Sanctuary

The Flicka Foundation Cornwall is a Horse and Donkey Sanctuary which rescues, homes and re-homes horses and donkeys who are in need of help. Situated in the beautiful Cornish countryside at Mabe Burnthouse near Falmouth, this is could be a great place to visit as part of a family day out in Cornwall. You can get up close to the donkeys and other rescued animals living at the farm. Guided tours are available or you can go anytime between 11am and 4pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday all year round. Free entry, with donations gratefully received. Free parking.

Read more about The Flicka Foundation Cornwall

Geevor Tin Mine

Penzance Cornwall

West Cornwall

Mine

Mining centre, underground tours, museum, shop, cafe and picnic area. Fantastic coastal setting.

Geevor Tin Mine, Pendeen, Penzance, Cornwall TR19 7EW

Tel: 01736 788662

www.geevor.com

Glendurgan

Falmouth Cornwall

West Cornwall

Garden

Glendurgan is a valley garden dating back to the 1820s, descending to the village of Durgan and its beach on the Helford River. Outstanding floral displays with exotic plants and famous Glendurgan laurel maze, shop, tea room and garden events. Image ©National Trust Images/Andrew Butler Read more about Glendurgan and National Trust Cornwall Attracions

GODOLPHIN

Helston, Cornwall

West Cornwall

Historic House and Gardens

Godolphin House and Estate is situated at Godolphin Cross near Helston in West Cornwall. One of the finest Cornwall attractions, Godolphin House was one of the most fashionable houses in Cornwall in the 17th century. It is open to the public on selected dates through the year and so if you are looking for things to do in Cornwall this National Trust Property could make a nice day out. The medieval gardens, dating back to the 16th Century are amongst the most important historic gardens in Europe. Dogs on leads are welcome in all outside areas. Image ©National Trust Images/Andrew Butler Read more about Godolphin and National Trust Cornwall Attracions

Godrevy

Gwithian, Cornwall

North Cornwall

Said to be the setting for Virginia Woolf's novel The Lighthouse, Godrevy sits at the end of St Ives Bay Cornwall and offers breathtaking and spectacular beaches, cliff walks and views. The well known Godrevy Lighthouse is a stunning site to behold and has a rich history. Famous for the Godrevy seals the beaches are just a couple of miles outside Hayle Cornwall and definitely worth seeing whatever the weather. Large car park for which a fee is payable by non National Trust members, seasonal cafe, ice cream van and toilets. Read more about Godrevy and National Trust Cornwall Attractions

Harbour Pool and Billiards

St Ives Cornwall

West Cornwall

Pool and Billiards

Visitors welcome, phone or call in. Open daily. Licensed bar, snacks and light meals, sky TV and regular entertainment. Beautiful views of St Ives harbour.

Wharf Road, St Ives, Cornwall TR26 1LF

Tel: 01736 795434

Hardy Exotics Nursery

Penzance Cornwall

West Cornwall

Nursery

A nursery growing and developing a unique collection of over 1,500 species. Palms, bananas, lilies and many more

Gilly Lane, Whitecross, Penzance, Cornwall TR20 8BZ

Tel: 01736 740660

www.hardyexotics.co.uk

HEALEY'S CYDER FARM

Nr Truro

North Cornwall

CYDER FARM CORNWALL

Healey's Cyder Farm has lots to do both inside and out and so is a great place to visit whatever the weather. With tractor rides, tours of the production factory, museum and distillery, sampling bar and lots of friendly farm animals to meet you are sure to have a fun family day out in Cornwall. There is also a shop stocked full of Cornish goodies where you can stock up on supplies and a restaurant with courtyard where you can enjoy delicious home-cooked meals, cream teas, a perfectly chilled glass of cyder or wide choice of hot and cold drinks. Read more about Healey's Cyder Farm.

Healey's Cyder Farm.

Heartlands

Pool, Redruth, Cornwall

West Cornwall

Historic Building, Gardens and Play Park

Cornwall's first free cultural playground on a grand scale. Set in the shadow of an iconic Cornish engine house and covering 19 acres, there is so much to explore, from the botanical gardens to the interactive exhibitions. So, whether its breathing in the peace and serenity found in the Diaspora Botanical Gardens, shouting with glee after escaping the Giant's Trap in the Adventure Playground, or being taken back to another time through an immersion scape in the World Heritage Exhibitions, Heartlands has something to suit every age and interest. Read more about this great Cornwall attraction. Read More about Heartlands

Helford River Boats

Lizard Peninsula Cornwall

West Cornwall

Boat rides

Helford River Water Taxi and Ferry Service to Glendurgan and Trebah Gardens and Budock Vean Hotel. Sailing Dinghy and Motor Boat hire to explore small creeks. Moorings.

HRB, The Kiosk, Helford Passage Beach, Falmouth TR11 5LB Cornwall.

Tel: 01326 250770

www.helford-river-boats.co.uk

Holywell Bay Fun Park

Newquay Cornwall

West Cornwall

Fun Park

Pay as you play, free entry. Trampolines, go-carts, children's rides and much more. Dogs on leads allowed. Open from Easter to October.

4 miles from Newquay just off the (A3075) Newquay to Redruth road

Holywell Bay Fun Park, Holywell Bay, Newquay, Cornwall TR8 5PW

Tel: 01637 830095

www.HOLYWELLBAY.CO.UK

Jamaica Inn

Bodmin / Launceston

North Cornwall

Inn / Museum

Daphne Du Maurier's famous novel 'Jamaica Inn' made this Coaching Inn famous. View the smuggling artefacts and family memorabilia. Fine ales, food and accommodation. Shop, museum, children's play area. Beware the resident ghosts!

Halfway between Bodmin and Launceston just off the A30. Signed.

Tel: 01566 86250

www.jamaicainn.co.uk

JAMAICA INN

Bodmin Moor Cornwall

North Cornwall

Ghost Hunting at a Genuine Haunted Establishment

Ghost Hunting at the Jamaica Inn, a famous smugglers Inn. Not for the faint hearted! These special ghost hunting events are sure to bring a shiver down your spine. Especially with the added knowledge that they have recently been awarded the Stamp of Approval from the British Paranormal Association for being a genuine haunted establishment!

You can choose between weekend events which include accommodation, breakfasts and dinners and some a trip to Bodmin Jail or evening events which go on until late. All events involve ghost hunts around the Inn which for years has given rise to stories of strange incidents and sightings and which produced one of the spookiest episodes ever recorded on the TV programme Most Haunted.More information about the Jamaica Inn

JAMAICA INN

Bodmin Moor Cornwall

North Cornwall

World Famous Smugglers Inn

The Jamaica Inn, which is open all year round, is found high up on the wild and beautiful Bodmin Moor and is full of legend, mystery and romance. The Inn was made world famous by Daphne du Maurier's book (and following films and dramas) The Jamaica Inn. A tale of smugglers, rogues and pirates. View the Daphne du Maurier memorial room set up in her memory.

Visit the Inn's fascinating Smugglers' Museum where tales of wreckers, murderers and villains are brought wonderfully to life in one of the finest collections of smuggling artifacts in the country.

You can also stay at the Inn or stop off for a tasty meal, snack, drink from the bar, coffee or even a cream tea! The Jamaica Inn is a very dog friendly place in Cornwall to visit. More information about the Jamaica Inn

King Edward Mine

Camborne Cornwall

West Cornwall

Museum

Undercover attraction. Guided tour through the tin processing plant and find out how the mine complex developed and worked. Museum showing local and social history. Shop. Dog friendly

Tel:01209 614681

www.kingedwardmine.co.uk

Lamorran House and Gardens

St Mawes Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Garden

Overlooking St Mawes Bay and St Anthony Peninsula the gardens display a wide range of sub-tropical and warm temperature trees and plants. Laid out in a Mediterranian style the garden houses plants from Australia, Chilie, New Zealand and more.

Lamorran House Gardens, Upper Castle Road, St Mawes, TR2 5BZ Cornwall

Tel: 01326 270800

www.lamorrangardens.co.uk

Land's End

Penzance / Land's End

West Cornwall

Attractions, Walks

Legendary Destination - Visit the end of the land! Walk the blustery coastal path or follow one of the marked scenic walks, view the wildlife including rare birds and if you are lucky see the basking sharks swimming in the sea below the magnificent cliffs. RSPB Wildlife Discovery Centre and information trail. Attractions and rides om a pay as you go basis in the Land's End centre. Plenty of places to eat. Good place to post a letter or postcard as all post is stamped with the Land's End cachet stamp. Dogs on leads accepted (except in exhibitions, catering and retail) Disabled toilets. Baby changing facilities. Pay park and pay for individual attractions.

Tel: 0870 458 0099

Lappa Valley Steam Railway

Newquay Cornwall

North Cornwall

Railway

Various train rides over the 3 miles of railway to try, boating lake, crazy golf, maze and play areas. The engine house provides local history information. Explore the Trevithick path maze, browse round the souvenir shop and enjoy refreshments in the cafe. Dogs on leads welcome.

St Newlyn East Newquay Cornwall TR8 5LX

Tel: 01872 510317

www.lappavalley.co.uk

Launceston Castle

Launceston

South East Cornwall

Castle

Set on a large natural mound, Launceston Castle dominates the surrounding landscape and is definitely an option for things to in Cornwall. Begun soon after the Norman Conquest, its focus is an unusual keep consisting of a 13th century round tower built by Richard, Earl of Cornwall, inside an earlier circular shell-keep. The tower top is now reached via an internal staircase. Dogs welcome on leads. More information and contact details for Launceston Castle Cornwall

Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park

Saltash

South East Cornwall

Garden / House

Former home of the Earls of Mount Edgcumbe set in gardens and acres of County Park. Visit can include a cruise of the river Tamar

Tel: 01752 822236

www.mountedgcumbe.gov.uk

Mousehole Wild Bird Hospital and Sanctuary

Mousehole Cornwall

West Cornwall

Sanctuary

Funded entirely by donations the sanctuary treats around 1,500 birds each year with the aim of nursing them to health and releasing them back in the wild, where this is not possible they are given a home at the sanctuary, there are about 100 permanent residents. Open most days from 10.30-4.30 and admission is free (although donations very welcome).

Raginnis Hill, Mousehole, Cornwal TR19 6SR

Tel: 01736 731386

www.mouseholebirdhospital.org.uk

Mullion Meadows Craft Centre

Lizard Peninsula / Helston

West Cornwall

Craft Centre

Lots to look at. Watch the handmade Trenance chocolates being made, see artist Anthony Smith at work and view his gallery, hand made candles, soaps and crafted clocks, Hedgehog craft shop selling hand painted glass, handmade jewellery and gifts, J T crafts selling block printed textiles, hats, bags and hand printed silk scarves. Coffee shop. Large free car par. Disabled access.

Tel: 01326 241311

Mullion , Cornwall

NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM CORNWALL

Falmouth Cornwall

West Cornwall

Museum Cornwall

Where else in the world can you jump aboard a Viking ship and meet the Vikings, go under the sea without getting wet, learn how to sail, climb a 100ft tower and touch Olympic boats all in one day? The National Maritime Museum is a stunning attraction in Cornwall and one allaboutcornwall can recommend particularly for those looking for rainy day things to do in Cornwall. Explore our maritime heritage and heroes, discover Cornwall's past, its people and the part they played in making Britain great. Read more about this family day out in Cornwall

Newquay Zoo

Newquay Cornwall

West Cornwall

Zoo

Hundreds of animals, gardens, farm, play area, cafe, gift shop events throughout the year

Tel: 01637 873342

www.newquayzoo.co.uk

Ocean Bowl

Falmouth Cornwall

West Cornwall

Activity

12 Bowling Lanes, Licensed bar and restaurant and fast food diner, bumpers for children, computerised scoring, special meal and bowl deals, glow bowing nights with music, video games and pool tables. Open 1am-11pm Booking advisable

Falmouth Dock Station, Pendennis Rise, Falmouth, Cornwall

Tel: 01326 313130

Padstow Maize Maze

Padstow Cornwall

North Cornwall

Maze

Six acre maze with quiz trail. Maze floor puzzles, giant outdoor games, trampolines, table tennis, sand pit, swing, slides. Refreshments available. Trevisker Nursery. Toilets.

Padstow Maize Maze, Trevisker Farm, Padstow, Cornwall PL28 8LD

Tel: 07973 364572

www.padstowmaizemaze.com

Paradise Park Wildlife Sanctuary

Hayle Cornwall

West Cornwall

Sanctuary

See the collection of rare and beautiful parrots, together with Red Squirrels, Otters, Red Pandas, flamingos, toucans and other rare species. Exotic Gardens. Children's quizzes, indoor play centre with soft play, giant slides and toddler's area. Fun farm, feeding times and free-flying shows all make Paradise Park a fun day whatever the weather. Cafe, shop and plant sales.

Trelissick Road, Hayle, Cornwall TR27 4HB

Tel: 01736 751020

www.paradisepark.org.uk

Pencarrow

Bodmin / Wadebridge

North Cornwall

House

The Molesworth-St Aubyn family still live in this Georgian mansion situated between Bodmin and Wadebridge. View the collection of antique dolls, furniture, pictures and porcelain. Grade II listed Gardens, including iron age fort, Italian garden and Victorian rockery. Licensed tea room and Gallery / shop. Cornish slate Wendy House and play area for children. Disabled facilities. Dogs welcome - woodland walks for your dogs. Also caters for Weddings, receptions, corporate entertainment and special events.

Tel: 01208 841369

www.pencarrow.co.uk

Pendennis Castle

Falmouth Cornwall

West Cornwall

Castle

For a great family day out in Cornwall, take a trip to Pendennis Castle, Falmouth, one of the finest of the mighty fortresses built by Henry VIII to defend the country against invasion. The castle has seen action in many conflicts and was one of the last royalist strongholds to fall during the English Civil War. Visiting Pendennis Castle is one of the fun things to do in Cornwall. You can witness a Tudor gun deck in action here and see how the Guardhouse was equipped during the First World War. Dogs welcome on leads at this dog friendly attraction in Cornwall. More information and contact details for Pendennis Castle Cornwall

Pengersick Castle

Penzance Cornwall

West Cornwall

Castle

Pengersick Lane, Praa Sands, Penzance, Cornwall TR20 9SJ

Penlee House Gallery & Museum

Penzance

West Cornwall

Gallery

Penlee House is a Victorian House set in an attractive Park and home to the historic collections of Penzance Town Council, Penwith District Council and Newlyn Art Gallery. It houses Galleries with changing exhibitions focusing on the historic art of West Cornwall, usually including the world famous 'Newlyn School' artists, such as Stanhope and Elizabeth Forbes, Walter Langley and 'Lamorna' Birch, who lived in the area from 1880 to 1940. The House also holds a permanent collection of paintings by artists of the Newlyn School and Lamorna Group, such as The Rain it Raineth Every Day by Normwan Garstin and School is Out by Elizabeth Forbes (please note the display changes). The museum looks at Cornish life and archaeology and presents over 6000 years of West Cornwall history and has activities and games for children. View thousands of photographic archives via computer terminal. There is a licensed cafe overlooking the park, a gift / book shop, Ramped / lift access throughout, Adapted toilet, Nappy changing facilities, 3 disabled badge parking spaces. Please telephone for exhibition information, opening times and admission fee.

Morrab Road, Penzance, Cornwall TR18 4HE.

Tel: 01736 363625

www.penleehouse.org.uk

Pine Lodge Gardens and Nursery

St Austell

South East Cornwall

Garden

Free Parking, lunches & teas, toilets. Guide dogs only. A collection of over 6000 plants all labelled and covering thirty acres. Includes parkland, lake, ponds, and various different tyes of garden such as Japanese garden, winter garden and water garden.

Holmbush St Austell Cornwall PL25 3RQ

Tel: 01726 73500

www.pine-lodge.co.uk

Poldark Mine

Helston Cornwall

West Cornwall

Mine

A Free entry site with something for all ages. Experience the 18th century tin mine, guided tours and on certain days in summer evening candle lit ghost tours. Craft Workshops, Candle Making including dip your own candle, pan for gold, Pottery throwing, look around Turner's Antiques, Cafe for a cream tea and other refreshments, paint a ceramic, Ceramic Painting, see the wood turners and Silversmiths at work. Please note the mine tour is unsuitable for those in wheelchairs Open backed and high heeled shoes are not suitable for the mine tour and for safety reasons carrying children underground is forbidden, the admission of children under 4 is at the guides discretion. Please telephone to discuss your requirements before you visit to ensure you will have an enjoyable visit.

2 miles from Helston on the B3297 to Redruth

Poldark Mine, Trenear, Wendron, Helston, Cornwall TR13 0ES

Tel: 01326 573173

Polkyth Leisure Centre

St Austell Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Leisure Centre

25m Swimming Pool, diving pit, teaching pool, sauna, fitness suite, sports hall, table tennis, tennis courts, squash courts, badminton, basketball, children's holiday activities, creche. Car parking. Restaurant and Bar.

carlyon Road, St Austell, Cornwall PL25 4DB

Tel:01726 223696

Porfell Animal Land

Liskeard Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Wildlife Park / Sanctuary

A home to wild and exotic animals. Porcupines, wallabies, lemurs, farmyard animals and many more. No dogs allowed. Free car park, tea room, woodland walks, ponds, animal petting area, hand feeding, picninc area,

Trecangate, Nr Lanreath, Liskeard, Cornwall PL14 4RE

Tel: 01503 220211

www.PorfellAnimalLand.co.uk

PORT ELIOT HOUSE & GARDENS

St Germans, Saltash, Cornwall

South East Cornwall

House and Gardens

Considered to be one of the most romantic and concealed stately homes in England. A real family home, full of remarkable stories, visitors will be able to view the house very much as the day-to-day residence of Lord and Lady St Germans.

With art works by Reynolds Romney, Ramsey, Van Dyck and mural by Lenkiewicz covering the wall of the Soane Round Room. Outside are the accessible beautiful Park and gardens, Priory church and tea rooms. Private guided tours of the house and basement are available, a chance to see the Dowton type under stairs and a candle lit wine cellar.

Dogs are very welcome to go around the gardens on lead and on Wednesday afternoons may run free on the Park.

For Port Eliot Estate: Port Eliot Estate Office St Germans Saltash Cornwall PL12 5ND Telephone: 01503 230211 E-mail: info@porteliot.co.uk

www.porteliot.co.uk/

Porthcurno Telegraph Museum

Penzance / Lands End

West Cornwall

Museum

Home of the Victorian internet. Porthcurno has played its part in world communications since 1870, see how the telegraph was used to send groundbreaking news around the world through cables. See the origins of today's internet. Visit the museum and explore the underground tunnels and climb secret escape tunnels wander around the gardens learn about past life in Victorian and World War II times. All set 5 minutes from the beach.

Porthcurno Telegraph Museum, Eastern House, Porthcurno, Cornwall

Tel: 01736 810966

www.porthcurno.org.uk

Presingoll Barns

St Agnes / Truro

West Cornwall

Shopping

The Cornish Shopping Experience. Cornish fudge and food shop, Candle shop with locally made candles and dip your own candle, Gizmo's fun gift and toy shop full of toys gift and gadgets, wide range of gifts, Cornish pottery and souvenir shop. Free parking and entrance

Penwinnick Road, St Agnes, Cornwall TR5 0PB Tel: 01872 553007

Presingoll Pottery

Bodmin Cornwall

North Cornwall

Gallery

Traditional Cornish pottery, ceramic painting studio, pot throwing, Cornish fudge, Cornish food shop, pottery and gift shop. Refreshments at the potters wheel cafe. Free parking and entrance.

Presingoll Pottery, Treningle Hill, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 5JX

Tel: 01208 832255

R.N.A.S Culdrose Guided Tours

Lizard Peninsula / Helston

West Cornwall

Royal Navy Base

Experience a tour around a real Royal Navy base. Well stocked shop and cafe with viewing windows of the base (can visit without attending tour), free parking. All visitors on tours will be subject to search and identification checks

Public Viewing Area, Gill Gabben, Helston

Tel: 01326 565085

Restormel Castle

Lostwithiel

South East Cornwall

Castle

The great 13th century circular shell-keep of Restormel still encloses the principal rooms of the castle in remarkably good condition. It stands on an earlier Norman mound surrounded by a deep dry ditch, atop a high spur beside the River Fowey. If you are looking for things to do in Cornwall Restormel Castle could make an excellent day out. The castle was twice visited by the Black Prince, it finally saw action during the Civil War in 1644. This is a dog friendly attraction in Cornwall and dogs are welcome on leads. More information and contact details for Restormel Castle

Riverside Amusements

Looe Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Amusements

Bowling lanes, Elvis £500 cash jackpot multiplayer, over 18s casino room, fun games and slot machines. Open 7 days.

Riverside Amusements, Bridgend, West Looe, Cornwall

Tel: 01503 262688

Royal Cornwall Museum

Truro Cornwall

West Cornwall

Museum

Regularly changing exhibitions, art galleries, pottery, licensed cafe, Cornish book shop and souvenirs. Activities for children.

Royal Cornwall Museum, River Street, Truro, Cornwall

Tel: 01872 272205

www.royalcornwallmuseum.org.uk

Skinners Brewery

Truro

West Cornwall

Brewery

Wide variety of Cornish ales all with special names with a Cornish Folklore theme and represented by entertaining art work. Visitors centre with tours and tastings please contact for times and shop.

Skinner's Brewery, Newham Road, Truro, Cornwall TR1 2DP

Tel: 01872 245689

www.SKINNERSBREWERY.COM

SNAIL'S PACE CAFE & BIKE HIRE

Wenfordbridge, Bodmin Moor

North Cornwall

Bike Hire on the Camel Trail

The Snail's Pace Cafe and Bike Hire at Wenfordbridge near Bodmin Moor is an excellent place to visit in Cornwall. Situated on the famous Camel Trail they offer a wide variety of bikes for hire and so you can take to the saddle and enjoy the quiet paths beside the river on the way to Bodmin and then continue along the bike track to Wadebridge and Padstow. Before you set off on your adventure you can enjoy some delicious hearty food at the cafe. There is free parking.

Read More about Snail's Pace Cafe and Bike Hire

St Austell Brewery Tours

St Austell Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Brewery

Take a walk through 150 years of Cornish History. Interactive museum showing the story of Cornish pubs, beers and wines. Walk through the Victorian Brewery and experience the whole brewing process. End your tour at the Hicks Bar for some product sampling.

St Austell Brewery 63 Trevarthian Road St Austell Cornwall PL25 4BY

Tel:01726 66022

St Corentyn's Church

Helston Cornwall

West Cornwall

Church

St Corentyn's Church, Church Town, Cury, Helston, Cornwall TR12

St Mawes Castle

St Mawes Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Castle

St Mawes Castle Cornwall is among the best-preserved of Henry VIII's coastal artillery fortresses, and the most elaborately decorated of them all. One of the chain of forts built between 1539 and 1545 to counter an invasion threat from Catholic France and Spain, it guarded the important anchorage of Carrick Roads, sharing the task with Pendennis Castle on the other side of the Fal estuary. Visiting a castle is one of the great things to do in Cornwall. Dogs welcome on leads at St Mawes Castle.

More information and contact details for St Mawes Castle

St Michael's Mount

Marazion Cornwall

West Cornwall

Historic Building & Gardens

This National Trust property is on an iconic rocky island crowned by a medieval church and castle and is home to a living community. Visit the Medieval Castle situated on the tidal island off the coast of Marazion. Walk across the spectacular cobbled causeway at low tide or take a ride in one of the boat taxis. Explore the island community, harbour, cafe and gift shops before entering the gardens and then the castle. Read more about St Michael's Mount and National Trust Cornwall Attractions

St Winwaloe's Church

Helston / The Lizard

West Cornwall

Church / Historic Building

14th century church on the sands. Full disabled access, parking available. On the main Helston to Lizard Road. Signposted Gunwalloe.

Add: St Winwaloe's Church, Church Grove, Gunwalloe, Helston, Cornwall TR12

TANGLEWOOD WILD GARDENS

Nr Penzance Cornwall

West Cornwall

Garden

Cornwall's No 1 picnic garden! Tanglewood is a wonderful wild garden with woodland, garden and pond areas. There is fantastic wildlife to see. The land is maintained on the basis that it is shared equally between humans and wildlife so brambles nettles and thistles are not looked on as weeds but as essential habitat for birds, animals and insects. Begin with a walk through mature woodland and then step out to enjoy the garden and pond areas, with plenty of places to stop and enjoy a picnic along the way. A great day out for all the family and the dog can come too because Tanglewood is a dog friendly Cornwall attraction. Read more about Tanglewood Wild Garden

Tate St Ives

St Ives Cornwall

West Cornwall

Gallery

Family activities, exhibitions of modern and contemporary art all in an amazing building set on the coast with panoramic viewing windows. Free entry for under 18s and over 60s. Winter season locals pass available.

Tate St Ives, Porthmeor Beach, St Ives, Cornwall TR26 1TG

Tel: 01736 796226

www.tate.org.uk/stives

The ATV Centre

Redruth / Truro

West Cornwall

Quad Bikes

3 Circuits including children's circuit, drive quad bikes, quad sales and servicing, clothing. Cafe and showroom. Spectator viewing points and picnic area. Dealers for Yamaha and Bombardier.

Tel: 01872 560753 Web: www.atv-centre.com

The Grange Fruit Farm

Lizard Peninsula Cornwall

West Cornwall

Farm

Pick your own in season, specialising in strawberries, raspberries with other fruits available, fruit and produce on sale in the shop such as jam, chutneys, fruit juice and cheese. Cream teas available in the garden, morning coffee, homemade cakes and light lunches available.

Situated on the Lizard between RNAS Culrose viewing gallery and Gweek.

Tel: 01326 221718

The Lizard Cider Barn

Lizard Peninsula Cornwall

West Cornwall

Cider Barn

Taste the wide variety of Ciders, country wines, liqueurs and meads.

The Lizard Cider Barn, Predannack, The Lizard, Cornwall TR12 7AU

Tel: 01326 241481

The Lost Gardens of HELIGAN

St Austell Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Garden

Recovered and lovingly restored from an overgrown state the grounds contain many original features, walls and Victorian varieties of flowers, fruits and vegetables. Ponds with exotic trees and sub-tropical foliage. Further 100 acres of pasture and woods incorporating lakes and wetlands.

The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Pentewan, St Austell, Cornwall PL26 6EN

Tel: 01726 845100

www.heligan.com

The Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

Penzance / Lands End

West Cornwall

Theatre / visitor centre

An outdoor theatre carved into the coastline rocks. Watch productions set against the dramatic coastline backdrop. Visitor Centre, daytime visiting when you can look around the visitor centre and explore the theatre. Coffee shop. Fantastic views across Porthcurno Bay.

Porthcurno Cornwall TR19 6JU

Tel: 01736 810694

www.minack.com

Tintagel Castle

Tintagel Cornwall

North Cornwall

Castle Cornwall

For a magical day out in Cornwall, take the family to Tintagel Castle. Its wonderful location, set high on the rugged North Cornwall coast, offers dramatic views, and its fascinating ruins and stunning beach cafe make it one of the interesting things to do in Cornwall. A perfect day trip, ideal for those on holiday in Dorset, Cornwall or Dartmoor. Dogs welcome on leads at this dog friendly attraction in Cornwall. More information and contact details for Tintagel Castle Cornwall

Trebah

Falmouth

West Cornwall

Garden

Garden by the sea. 26 acre Cornish ravine garden. A steeply wooded ravine descends 200 feet down to a private secluded beach on the Helford River. Streams, waterfalls, ponds with koi carp and exotic plants. Sub-tropical serns and palms, rhododenrons and magnolias. Plenty for children. Dogs welcome. Cafe. For information on disabled facilities please call them

Trebah, Mawnan Smith, Falmouth, Corwall TR11 5JZ

Tel: 01326 252200

www.trebah-garden.co.uk

Trelissick

Truro Cornwall

West Cornwall

Garden

The gardens and wonderful walks at Trelissick are one of the Cornwall attractions that have something for all the family. Perched above the estuary of the River Fal Trelissick offers cultivated gardens, woodland walks, exotic plants, an art gallery, National Trust shop and tearooms and an interesting second hand book shop. The gardens are not dog friendly but the estate land is (dogs on leads) Image © National Trust Images/Andrew ButlerRead more about Trelissick and National Trust Cornwall Attracions

Trelowarren

Lizard Peninsula Cornwall

West Cornwall

Garden / historic building

The estate has 1000s of acres of impressive gardens and woodland. Follow one of the marked walks or explore on your own. The estate centres around the historic building which is surrounded by the New Yard Restaurant, Craft Gallery, Plant nursery, Art Gallery and Opi Workshop.

Trelowarren, Mawgan, Helston, Cornwall TR12 6AF

Tel: 01326 222105

www.trelowarren.com

Trengwainton Gardens

Penzance Cornwall

West Cornwall

Garden

Full of exotic plants and spectacular views of Mounts Bay and The Lizard the National Trust property at Trengwainton near Penzance Cornwall offers 25 acres of wonderful gardens and grounds to explore and is definitely one of the things to do in Cornwall to consider if you enjoy beautiful gardens and scenery. It is one of the Cornwall attractions which is a dog friendly attraction in Cornwall and well behaved dogs on leads are welcome to enjoy the wonderful walks which Trengwainton has to offer. Image ©National Trust Images Andrew Butler.Read more about Trengwainton and National Trust Cornwall Attracions

Trerice

Newquay Cornwall

West Cornwall

Manor House

Elizabethan manor house with elaborate internal decoration and collection of English furniture. Gardens including an orchard with old varieties off fruit trees. Shop and restaurant. Quiz trails, special Tudor workshops, brass rubbing, costumed events and try your hand at traditional Cornish skittles.

Kestle Mill Nr Newquay Cornwall

Tel: 01637 875404

Tresco Abbey Garden

Isles of Scilly

Isles of Scilly

Garden

Tresco Abbey Gardens, Tresco Estate, Isles of Scilly TR24 0PQ Cornwall

Tel: 01720 424105

www.tresco.co.uk

Trevarno Gardens

Helston Cornwall

West Cornwall

Garden

An approved World Heritage Site visitor attraction. Over 35 Acres of gardens, grounds and woodland, including Victorian and Georgian and Italian gardens, fountains, many rare shrubs and trees and abundant wildlife. A range of crafts including handmade soap and skin care workshop and sales, soap museum, toy museum (extra charge applies), National Museum of Gardening together with collection of antique tools. Plant sales. Children's trails and adventure play area. Fountain Garden Conservatory serves homemade refreshments

Trevarno Manor, Helston, Cornwall TR13 ORU Tel: 01326 574274

www.trevarno.co.uk

Trewithen Gardens

Truro

West Cornwall

Garden

Trewithen Gardens, Grampound Road, Nr Truro, TR2 4DD Cornwall

Tel: 01726 883647

Web: www.trewithengardens.co.uk

WILD FUTURES MONKEY SANCTUARY

Near Looe Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Animal Sanctuary Cornwall

Visiting Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary is one of the great things to do in Cornwall. Nestled into the side of the south Cornish coast between Looe and Seaton, the Sanctuary has been offering a safe haven for monkeys since 1964. This Cornwall animal Sanctuary cares for a range of different species of rescued monkeys, giving visitors an intimate insight into a working sanctuary. There is a lot to do for the whole family with activities, playground, beautiful gardens and Tree Top Cafe. More information about the Monkey Sanctuary Attraction In Cornwall

Wonder Years Toy Experience

Bude Cornwall

North Cornwall

Museum

Collection of toys from the 60s, 70s and 80s so time for a nostalgic reflection on the toys you used to have. Quiz to test your knowledge and even a chance to purchase old sweet favourites.

Tel: 01288 359979

World of Model Railways

Mevagissey Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Model Railway

Indoor attraction, located near the harbour. Large model railway display with scenery and detailed landscapes. Buttons to press to make the scenery work. Accessible for wheelchairs and pushchairs.

World of Model Railways, Meadow Street, Mevagissey, Cornwall PL26 6UL

Tel: 01726 842457

Web: www.model-railway.co.uk