Accessible Days Out in Cornwall

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Map of Cornwall

Lizard Lighthouse Heritage Centre

Lizard Lighthouse, Lighthouse Road, Lizard, Helston, UK

National Maritime Museum

National Maritime Museum, Falmouth, UK


National Trust - Trelissick Garden, Dicky Lane, Feock, Truro, UK

St Michael’s Mount

St Michael's Mount, Marazion, UK

Pencarrow House & Garden

Pencarrow House & Garden, Bodmin, UK

Oasis Fun Pools

Oasis Fun Pools, Hendra Holiday Park, Newquay, UK

The Leach Pottery

The Leach Pottery, Higher Stennack, Saint Ives, UK

St Eval Kart Circuit

St Eval Kart Circuit, St Eval, Wadebridge, UK

Bluereef Aquarium

Blue Reef Aquarium Newquay, Towan Promenade, Newquay, UK

Trethorne Leisure Park

Trethorne Leisure Park, Kennards House, Launceston, UK

Springfield Fun Park

Springfield Fun Park, St Columb, Cornwall, UK

Newquay Zoo

Newquay Zoo, Newquay, UK

Geevor Tin Mine Museum

Geevor Tin Mine, Pendeen, Penzance, UK

Cornwall Clay Trails

St Austell, Saint Austell, UK

Flambards Theme Park

Flambards Theme Park, Clodgey Lane, Helston, UK

Information about Cornwall

Embark on a journey through the enchanting beauty of Cornwall, where the coastal allure, rich history, and diverse activities of South West England beckon you to explore. With the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the English Channel to the south, Cornwall’s landscapes, villages, and abundance of activities offer something for everyone.

Cornwall’s coastline is a breathtaking sight to behold, from the rugged cliffs of Land’s End to the golden beaches of St Ives and the charming coves of the Lizard Peninsula. Whether you’re a nature lover or a beach enthusiast, Cornwall’s shores offer endless opportunities for exploration and relaxation. Experience world-class surfing and sandy beaches in Newquay, a haven for water sports enthusiasts. The South West Coast Path winds along the cliffs, providing stunning views and hiking adventures for outdoor enthusiasts.

Steeped in history and folklore, Cornwall boasts a wealth of historic landmarks and cultural treasures. Tintagel Castle, steeped in Arthurian legend, offers a glimpse into the county’s mediaeval past from its perch on a rugged promontory. The historic mining landscapes, including the UNESCO-listed Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape, tell the story of Cornwall’s mining heritage.

Cornwall’s cultural scene is vibrant, with art galleries, music festivals, and theatre productions throughout the year. The Tate St Ives showcases contemporary art overlooking the Atlantic, while the Minack Theatre offers a unique venue for open-air performances carved into the cliffs. Festivals like the Falmouth Sea Shanty Festival and the Boardmasters Surf and Music Festival add to Cornwall’s lively atmosphere.

Indulge in Cornwall’s culinary delights, with a focus on fresh, locally sourced ingredients. From traditional Cornish pasties and cream teas to innovative seafood dishes, the county’s restaurants and markets celebrate its gastronomic richness.

For families seeking a day out in Cornwall, there’s no shortage of activities and events to enjoy. From Treasure Trails and theme parks to Newquay Zoo and the Blue Reef Aquarium, there’s something for kids of all ages, even on rainy days.

With so much to see and do, Cornwall offers unforgettable experiences for visitors of all ages. Whether you’re exploring historic landmarks, enjoying cultural festivals, or savouring local cuisine, Cornwall invites you to discover its charm and beauty.

More Accessible Days Out in South West England

If you are looking for more Accessible Days Out in South West England , there is something for everyone across the region. Please click on one of the counties below: