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Fabulous Open Air Theatre with the most spectacular sea views overlooking Porthcurno beach.
Enjoyed a delicious cream tea overlooking the sea in the cafe. Small shop.
Beautiful sub-tropical gardens. Car parking
Outdoor theatre set in the cliff face which has plays on in the good weather.
The history of the development and building of the theatre is very interesting.
The steps are quite steep so be careful if going down to stage area.
The theatre is...More
After reading the 34 bad reviews i come to the conclusion they were left by emits that panic when the white centre line in the road disappears. Maybe by a horse or get a taxi!
This place is truly breathtaking !! The theatres structure and...More
Lovely friendly cafe and the Minack is a sweet little open air theatre with stunning views across Porthcurnoe beach. For £11 for our family of 4, it was a cheap couple of hours. We took the very steep steps down to Porthcurnoe beach (definitely not...More
We have been going to Cornwall for over 20 years and never paid this place a visit, purely because the days out leaflets never look appealing. However, today we went along after a local recommendation. I have to say we have missed out for so...More
This workmanship of this place is to be admired. It is hard to imagine that this masterpiece was built so many years ago. £5 entry was well worth it. The cafe was really great too with delicious Cornwall pasties and cream teas(cream teas were massive!).
I am not a theatre person. But if I had known about this place before my last minute trip to Cornwall, I would have paid for a ticket to see a play here. Any play. The site itself is less than 100 years old, but...More
It's an amazing, though provoking site. So well maintained and always worth a visit. The cafe is great, and the view breath-taking. The walk from the car park to the entrance is quite steep, so for someone with disabilities and using two sticks, it was...More