Things to Do in Cornwall

Things to Do in Cornwall, England - Cornwall Attractions

Things to Do in Cornwall

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  • Bluebellplasnewydd
    Cardiff, UK1,401 contributions
    There is not much here apart from National Trust cottages. It is a pleasant and isolated port with not much going on but well worth visiting by car. There is a small carpark.
    Written November 29, 2021
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  • 50Mark
    Truro, UK101 contributions
    Great beach to sit and watch the surfers, had fish and chips and watched the breakers, highly recommended to visit . Just watch out for the parking !
    Written May 8, 2022
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  • Mandy C
    Wotton-under-Edge, UK2 contributions
    I was taken up The Tunnel this morning. He thought he’d surprise me and all I can say is WOW. An experience I’ll never forget. Highly recommend if you’ve never done it before! 🤩🤩🤩
    Written May 15, 2022
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  • htw00d
    7 contributions
    A must visit when in St Ives. A beautiful, special place. The sculptures and the planting work well together. We visited twice during our visit to experience the sculptures both in the rain and in the sunshine. Highly recommend. Friendly and helpful staff.
    Written May 7, 2022
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  • DuckTails2013
    Surrey, UK34 contributions
    We were very lucky with the weather but the views from here are spectacular. We didn’t realise prebooking is essential but managed to pull over before arriving and book ourselves in (luckily it wasn’t busy). £10 each adult. There’s been some changes since our last visit (yes it does warrant a return!) and the cafe was closed at the time. Drinks are available though. We were lucky enough to catch a performance of “Moving Heaven and Earth”
    with actor Mark Harandon, who ‘recreates the character of Rowena Cade's gardener, Billy Rawlings, and shares stories of working with Miss Cade and how the Minack was built’. Hopefully the cafe will return. Toilet facilities are good. Staff very knowledgable and helpful.
    Written May 10, 2022
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  • Molly
    Basingstoke, UK7 contributions
    The views over Falmouth from this castle are just beautiful. A great way to spend a couple of hours, with really friendly staff and lots to look at.
    Written April 27, 2022
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  • leilei00009
    United Kingdom92 contributions
    Wide beach, soft sand, amazing colour. Great for a walk and to dip your toes in. Gazing across the horizon and chilling. Just beware the seagulls!
    Written April 25, 2022
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  • familytravel4x4
    Liphook, UK522 contributions
    We hired bikes from the Padstow bike hire and cycled almost to Bodmin in less than a couple of hours of relatively gentle effort given the trail is effectively flat as it follows the route of the former railway. The views of the river and estuary are spectacular and there are lots of stopping places to sit and/or picnic if desired. The only section where we walked was through Wadebridge, where we felt a little concerned with the traffic. But it was short lived and then we were soon back on the trail. Our goal was the Camel trail tea gardens - an excellent watering hole to stop for refreshments and rest the legs before the return trip. A must do even if you are not a regular cyclist given it allows more of the trail to be explored than can be done on foot.
    Written October 10, 2021
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  • Visit021
    Sherborne, UK90 contributions
    Fab facility where sea swimming isn't feasible. Water allegedly 8C when we went in but, with a shorty wetsuit, gloves and socks, we stayed in a for a few minutes.

    There's a gentle slope into the pool on the landside, so you can get in gradually. This side also has terraces with hooks you can hang your stuff on.

    It wasn't staffed when we went - perhaps as it was still the winter season. Luckily we met a regular who invited us along to an end of season event at the pool the next day, which made us feel safer swimming in such cold water for the first time.

    Could do with lockers if they could fit them in - might be a good revenue generator too. No changing rooms.
    Written May 6, 2022
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  • 50Mark
    Truro, UK101 contributions
    Visited today with wife and two teenagers, enjoyed walking around the harbour and seeing the sand banks, recommended to visit for a wow
    Written May 8, 2022
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  • Chris C
    Weston super Mare, UK4 contributions
    Beautiful walk, in fact so beautiful we had to walk back again. The coastline is stunning.
    My wife and I have been rattled by the review saying it wasn't far enough. WHAT? That's like complaining that a castle shouldn't have been placed up a hill. On a sunny day this is lovely. Dropping into Polperro at the end is like a dream. A lovely place
    Written May 15, 2022
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  • M H
    4 contributions
    Well worth a visit - it does involve quite a lot of walking through woodland / uneven ground so not suitable for everyone
    Written May 2, 2022
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  • Ken-Jayne
    Plymouth, UK71 contributions
    This has been on the ‘to do’ list forever…chose exactly the right day to visit today. The weather was very kind and added to the whole experience. Crossing the bridge was exciting and not as scary as I’d thought it would be. Steep climb up and down requires a level of agility and stamina but it’s all worth it. Stopped off at the cafe for a sandwich and coffee-both excellent. Continued our walk to Barras Nose and back to the village via the Camelot Hotel. Entrance fee is quite high but in proportion to other visitor attractions. Paid £4 to park all day in the village. A thoroughly enjoyable day.
    Written May 14, 2022
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  • jus2neluke
    Manchester, UK141 contributions
    An awesome space full of interesting things to look at. I really enjoyed spending a pleasant hour or do here.
    Written May 8, 2022
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  • Iain M
    Horsham, UK64 contributions
    A surprisingly large and interesting house and garden. There is so much to see and do. The use of the female narrator to describe what would be happening is a great touch.
    Written May 10, 2022
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