Cornwall has a wide variety of places to visit in Cornwall to suit both young and old and to keep the whole family entertained. Staying in a Cornish Cottage can provide you with a cosy and welcoming base to return to and relax in after your busy and fun filled day out exploring all the incredible delights that Cornwall can offer.
Visit one of the English Heritage or National Trust protected properties. Walk in the footsteps of Edwardians and Victorians and admire the interiors and fashions of their day. Spend your afternoons wandering through stately gardens and enjoy vibrant blooming flowers and plants in abundance. Follow the twists and turns of worn paths and peep over walls to discover hundreds of years of growth and history.
Admire unique and expressive artwork and sculpture displayed in Cornwall's galleries from well known artists and discover new ones. Cornish museums feature a wide range of fascinating and enthralling artefacts. Gain knowledge of local history in captivating and interesting displays.
From beautiful mansions to haunted old gaols, all of these historical buildings have fascinating stories to tell to enthral and captivate you. Why not join in with a ghost hunting tour and take part in a spooky tale of your own.
The Eden Project, described as the eighth wonder of the world and probably the most talked about garden on earth, is a must on the list of places to visit in Cornwall. Holder of the biggest rainforest in captivity with intriguing events exhibits and over a million plants to keep you entertained and amused.
Take a trip to the zoo, and call in at the animal parks and sanctuaries to see and learn about the wildlife residing in Cornwall from both home and away. Get up close to creepy crawlies at Newquay Zoo and meet the rescued seals at the National Seal Sanctuary in Gweek.