CORNWALL ATTRACTIONS:Great places to visit in Cornwall.
THE EDEN PROJECT.St Austell. A living theatre of Plants in the heart of Cornwall.It is already being called the 8th wonder of the world.It is home to the world's largest greenhouse.
Opening Times.10am–6pm (Last entry 5pm)
Bank Holidays and Bank Holiday weekends opening time may extend to 8pm with last entry at 6.30pm.
MOUNT EDGCUMBE nr Plymouth.Home of the Earls of Mount Edgcumbe for 400 years,the House and furniture reflect the 18th century, the period at which this nationally important Historic Garden was at its peak.
Spend the trip of a lifetime drifting over the beautiful countryside of South Devon or Cornwall.
Flights take place throughout East Cornwall and South, Mid and East Devon. Flights in Cornwall cover the area between Bodmin Moor and the Tamar valley. In South Devon we fly over Dartmoor, the South Hams and the Teign Valley. And in Mid and East Devon we fly over Exeter and the surrounding countryside including the Exe and Culm Valleys.Tel. 01364 73969 or lo-call 0845 2262717.
CREALY Great Adventure Parks.Tredinnick.Wadebridge.
We are open from 10am daily all year round, except Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.Please check with our Visitor centre for closing times,as this does vary.
LANDS END. Spectacular coastal location for Cornwall's most famous landmark.
Visitor centre, craft workshops, galleries etc.
THE LAPPA VALLEY STEAM RAILWAY NEWQUAY
An old mineral line, now home to a narrow gauge steam railway.
Lappa Valley Railway
Theme park and Victorian Village and Britain in the Blitz exhibition.
25 acre sub tropical garden. One of Cornwall's finest gardens.
TREWITHEN Gardens,Truro.30 acres of gardens famous for its collection of camellias,Magnolias and Rhododendrons.
TRELISSICK Gardens Truro.
Spectacular gardens enjoying panoramic views across the Carrick Roads.
NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM Falmouth Discover Cornwall's maritime past,Seven galeries exploring Cornwall's links with the sea.
THE NATIONAL SEAL Sanctuary is set in the picturesque Helford Estuary,by the beautiful village of Gweek,in Cornwall.
LANHYDROCK HOUSE Bodmin.Cornwall's finest country house.
COTEHELE HOUSE nr Saltash.
One of Cornwall's finest country houses.
LOST GARDENS OF HELIGAN.St Austell.is an award-winning Cornish garden thought to be the garden largest restoration project in Europe, lost for 70 years and now being restored as a 'living museum'
ANTONY HOUSE Torpoint.
Magnificent mansion set in 25 acres of landscaped gardens and parkland.
MONKEY SANCTUARY Looe.
Amazonian Woolly Monkeys,see them forage and play,and get a unique insight into their individual characters.
Welcome to the Subtropical Gardens of Lamorran House, St Mawes Cornwall.
Glendurgan is one of the great subtropical gardens of the South West.
Tate St Ives, Porthmeor Beach, St Ives, Cornwall. 01736 796226. Tate St Ives
Tate St Ives opened in 1993 and occupies a spectacular site overlooking Porthmeor Beach close to the home of Alfred Wallis and to the studios used by many of the artists whose works are exhibited. It is designed to show works of art in the surroundings and atmosphere in which they were created.
St Michael’s Mount, Marazion. Explore the amazing island world of St Michael’s Mount and discover legend, myth and over a thousand years of incredible history…Follow in the footsteps of pilgrims and walk the causeway at low water or enjoy a short motor boat trip when the tide is in – getting to St Michael’s Mount is always an adventure. Climb the ancient, cobbled path to the inspiring medieval castle, gaze down at the beautiful gardens and enjoy magnificent views across the bay to Penzance. St Michael’s Mount
Tintagel Castle, Tintagel Castle is famous for its association with the legend of King Arthur, who was said to be born on Tintagel Island where the remains of the 13th century Castle stand today. With its spectacular location on one of England's most dramatic coastlines, It is an awe-inspiring place to visit and soak up the atmosphere generated by the dramatic views and wonderful legends. Tintagel Castle is set on a dramatic and picturesque headland that is virtually an island, connected to the mainland by a slim finger of land. Over the centuries much of Tintagel castle has fallen into the sea and very little remains today. Tintagel Castle