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The Tate Gallery St Ives
Visit the Tate St Ives (with exhibition changes three times a year) or the permanent collection displayed at the Barbara Hepworth Museum & Sculpture Garden

The Flambards Experience
Opened nearly 30 years ago as the Cornwall Aircraft Park the Flambards Experience is one of the most popular days out in Cornwall. The Theme Park hosts the best thrill rides in Cornwall, and includes the Flambards Victorian Village and “Britain in the Blitz” indoor attractions.

Newquay Zoo
Newquay zoo is the only one of its kind in Cornwall and has many features including a restaurant, shop, childrens play areas, dragon maze and even free ranging animals!

The National Seal Sanctuary
The National Seal Sanctuary is set near the beautiful village of Gweek, in Cornwall. The Sanctuary is a busy rescue centre, and also has many resident Seals of all breeds, sizes and ages!

Land's End
Land's End is a place of stunning scenery and fantastic views of the magnificent cliffs and Atlantic Ocean. You can also find 5 superb 'pay as you go' attractions bringing you ancient tales of heroism, skullduggery and adventure.

Paradise park
Opened in 1973 Paradise Park was the culmination of many years of planning and hard work. The site now boasts many colourful and interesting species of birds and animals, a large indoor soft play area and places to eat and enjoy the scenery.

The Cornish Cyder farm
Not far from Newquay the Cornish Cyder Farm nestles in the heart of the Cornish countryside amongst several acres of apple orchards. Open all year round and with free Entry (excluding guided tours).

Minack Theatre
The Minack Theatre, a full history and what’s on guide, and more information for those new to us.

The Eden Project
We have brought together scientists, artists and technologists to create a distinctive culture, one that makes the possibilities of the future come to life in a way that we can all comprehend. We hope that your visit, perhaps the first of many, will be unforgettable.

Blue Reef Aquarium
The Blue Reef Aquarium in Newquay. Situated on Towan Beach in the centre of Newquay, the Blue Reef Aquarium is a stunning visit.

Dairyland Farm World
"Cornwalls visitor attraction of the year!" With slides, drop slides, ball pools, soft play areas, climbing nets, firemans pole, tumble tower, and much more for the whole family to enjoy!

Cornish Market World
A unique opportunity in Cornwall for locals and tourists alike, Cornish Market World is a tourist attraction in its own right.

The West Cornwall Golf Club
Sited on the southern shore of St Ives Bay at Lelant, West Cornwall Golf Club enjoys an enviable reputation as a most testing 18 holes of golf, on a course which has many beautiful panoramas. Every round of golf is enhanced by the spectacular views.

Cornish Gardens and other sites of interest

Lappa Valley Steam Railway
The Lappa Valley Steam Railway runs on one of the earliest railway trackbeds in Cornwall.

Carnglaze
The website of the Famous underground Slate Caves in South East Cornwall.....Carnglaze Caverns and The Rum Store

Geevor Tin Mine
Geevor became a Museum and Heritage Centre in late 1993. In association with Cornwall County Council and Penwith DC, the charity is helping to preserve the mining heritage of Cornwall.

English Heritage
At English Heritage we try to make sure that the historic environment of England is maintained and cared for. From the first traces of civilisation, to the most significant buildings of the 20th century, we want every important historic site to get the care and attention it deserves.

Cornish Connexions
Cornish Connexions contains a wide variety of information about what to do and where to go while on holiday in Cornwall, whether you plan to relax on one of the fantastic beaches that Cornwall offers or yearn for something a bit more exciting.

South West Towns and Cities

St Ives
This is St. Ives - A Jewel situated at the south-western tip of Cornwall flanked by miles of magnificent coastal scenery, surrounded by tranquil sub-tropical gardens and country lanes that are hedged with wild honeysuckle, foxgloves, montbretia and fuschias.

The City of Truro
Truro is a beautiful city to visit. It has a unique history. In the 19th and 20th centuries Truro was a very busy port and prior to this a large mining and agricultural area. Today Truro is the centre of Cornwall for trade and commerce and has an interesting mix of specialist shops and multinational stores.

The City of Plymouth
In Plymouth, whatever the season, you´ll never be lost for something great to do. As the regional capital of Devon and Cornwall, Plymouth is an extra-ordinary blend of vibrant modern city and historic seafaring port.

The ancient market town of Liskeard
An ancient Stannary and market town conveniently located in the heart of South East Cornwall, Liskeard is the administrative centre of the Caradon District.

Tate Gallery St. Ives
National Seal Sanctuary
Cornish Cyder Farm
Blue Reef Aquarium, Newquay
Carnglaze Caverns
Cornish Gardens


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