Attractions

Cornwall is such a great county with many places to visit and see from the Eden Project and Maritime Museum to the many historic houses and gardens, Celtic ruins and former tin mines.Be sure to see Barbara Hepworth's museum and garden, Minack open air theatre,and Tate St ives. The North Cornwall coast offers surfing, sailing, kayaking , bodyboarding,horseriding or just walking along the coast or on one of North Cornwall's many fabulous beaches. There is so much to do for all ages it really does offer something for everyone. Here we list some of the many places you might like to visit.

 

National Trust Properties And Gardens

Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant

The Eden Project (Known As The Eigth Wonder Of The World)
The Lost Gardens Of Heligan
Trebah Gardens
Trevose and St Enodoc Golf Courses
Horseriding
Sailing and Surfing
Camel Trail
Wine Tasting at the Acclaimed Camel Valley Vineyard
Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant and Seafood School
Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Cornwall
Number 6 At Padstow
Dairyland
Crealys Adventure Park
Old Macdonald’s Farm
Gweek Seal Sanctuary
Newquay Sealife Centre
Newquay Zoo
The Monkey Sanctuary
Flambards
Wenford Railway Rides
Tamar Otter and Wildlife Centre
Duchy Nurseries
The Minack Theatre
Hall For Cornwall
The Lizard Lighthouse And Heritage Centre
Rock Sailing Club
Padstow Sailing Club
Fishing
Shooting
Tate St Ives
Barbara Hepworth Museum And Garden
Lamorna Cove Pottery
Antony House (Alice In Wonderland)
Cotehele
St Michaels Mount
Mount Edgcumbe
Trerice (Used For Inspector Lindley Series)
Prideaux Place (Used For Rosamunde Pilcher Series)
Trevarno Gardens Housing and The National Museum of Gardening
Trewithen
Falmouth Maritime Museum
Cornish Clay Pits
Truro Cathedral And City
Farm Shops
Arts And Crafts

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