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With so many things to do in Cornwall you won’t know where to start. Try surfing on the North coast, visit a traditional Cornish tin mine, cycle the famous Cornish Camel Trail or walk the coast path. Then when you’ve recovered with an afternoon tea, find more to do; with festivals, group activities and theatre trips. You’ll need another holiday to recover.
Here are a few suggestions for things to do in Cornwall during your trip:
For sightseeing ideas, visit our Cornwall sightseeing page
Explore all the nooks and creeks of the Fal River by boat with Falmouth Boat Hire – all instruction provided!
Famous for its surfing scene, Cornwall offers something for everyone, no matter the level. Come and learn the basics, or for the more experienced surfers, just get out there and hit the waves.
Combining transformational environmental projects with learning experiences for all and year round events – The Eden Project is a fantastic day out suitable for everyone.
Based in Penzance, visit Geevor Tin Mine to explore Cornwall’s rich mining history and culture at this award-winning visitor attraction.
A must for all activity thrill-seekers, providing a one-stop-shop for a variety of Family, group and adrenaline activities in Cornwall across the county.
Enjoy sailing across the beautiful waters of the Carrick Roads in Falmouth with Orca sea safaries. See how much of the local wildlife you can spot en route.
Running from Wadebridge to Padstow, cycle, walk or run The Camel Trail. Feeling especially energetic? Head back the other way!
Take in the scenic beauty of the Cornish coast in bite-size chunks exploring the South West Coast Path, enjoying dramatic landscapes and beautiful sandy beaches in equal measure.
Falmouth’s annual sailing and yachting regatta has fast become the largest in the South West. Activity on the water during Falmouth Week is matched by a lively shoreside programme of daytime and evening entertainment and finishes with a magnificent firework display over the harbour.
From 25th July – 2nd August 2015, ZestiFAL is brand new and celebrating Falmouth’s healthy outlook and lifestyle. Featuring activities, sports and initiatives for all. Open spaces will be transformed to house a giant tennis court, pop up swimming pools and street cricket.
Based in Truro, the Hall for Cornwall hosts West End musicals, opera, ballet, musical acts and other entertainment.
On the 30th July 2015, the base opens its gates to the public for the annual RNAS Culdrose Air Day. Based on the beautiful Lizard peninisula, get up close to the aircraft, meet the crew and watch the spectacular air show.
The Falmouth Polytechnic is a beautiful 19th century cultural centre with galleries for live performances, film screenings, comedy, cabaret and art exhibitions.
Offering a varied programme of entertainment from concerts to comedians, dance classes, workshops and arts and crafts. The Princess Pavilion also boasts a wonderful bar and bistro situated in the exotic Victorian gardens of Gyllyngdune.
Offering rides and attractions from its Helston base, Flambards offers fun for all the family. There are special discount rates for groups throughout the year.
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