The Minack Theatre

The Minack Theatre is the most famous cliffside open-air theatre in Britain, possibly in the world.


Porthcurno Telegraph Museum

The strategic importance of the international cable station resulted in military defence of the site during both World Wars. The successors to the ETC, Cable & Wireless, operated the cable station until 1970 when the telegraph cable network was closed down. The training college remained open until 1993.  Porthcurno Telegraph Museum is situated opposite Longships.


Geevor Tin Mine


The National Trust in Cornwall

Come and walk around Cormwall’s most beautiful gardens.


Paradise Park

At Paradise Park you’ll meet lots of colourful birds including many rare and beautiful parrots, flamingos, toucans and red-billed Cornish choughs. With over 650 birds there is a stunning collection to see.  Plus lots more wildlife including Red squirrels, Red pandas, otters and some furry friends in our Fun Farm including donkeys, goats, rabbits, guinea pigs and more.


Newlyn Art Gallery and Exchange


St Michael’s Mount

Striding the causeway, or crossing by boat. Treading medieval pathways or exploring sub-tropical gardens. Climbing to the castle or uncovering stories of harbour, legend and family home. Admire the views, hear the islanders’ tales and unearth a history that lives on in every step. Through time and tide the Mount creates moments to remember. What will yours be? 


National Trail

One of the best walks in the world, where else can you walk along 630 miles of such superb coastline? The heritage, wildlife, geology and scenery along the way are truly inspirational. This Trail really is the walk of a lifetime.


Trebah Garden

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Tate St Ives

Tate is family-friendly and fully equipped for your visit. Find out about facilities, activities and how to make the most of your family’s visit to Tate St Ives.


National Maritime Museum Cornwall


Eden Project

Take a steamy trek through the world’s largest indoor rainforest and marvel at the enormous trees towering above you.

iWalk Cornwall – quality circular walks in Cornwall

229 thoughtfully-crafted circular walks in Cornwall ranging from 2 to 10 miles.  Each walk has a map of the route, detailed directions, photos and notes on the heritage and natural history. The walks are classified by length, steepness grade, type of scenery (coastal, moorland, riverside etc) and, of course, whether there’s a pub.