Must See

Cornwall is rugged and refined, beautiful, wild and inspirational. Here is our list of Cornwall “must see’s” when visiting the west country.

Eden Project
Explore the largest indoor rainforest in the world. The Eden Project is a dramatic global garden overlooking St Austell Bay and promises to deliver the wow factor! With a focus on fun educational activities, sustainability and healthy food the eco park aims to connects us with each other and the living world. An unforgettable experience for all the family.

Minack Theatre
Soak up the magic that is Minack, a remarkable venue carved into a granite cliff top at Porthcurno, near Penzance. The world famous open-air theatre dramatically overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and offers a full programme of drama, musicals, opera, music, comedy and story-telling.

Land's End
Visit one of Britain's best loved landmarks, famous for its unique location and breathtaking views. Walk along spectacular coastal paths, seek the terrible lair of the Dragon on Arthur’s Quest, learn the history of the journey between Land's End and John O'Groats or enjoy the Jolly Roger 4D Film Experience - New for 2020! There is something for everyone to discover in a land steeped in mystery and legend.

Bodmin Moor
For the wild at heart Bodmin Moor is one of Cornwall’s most underrated attractions. Walk for miles, bag tors, climb Brown Willy and wild camp with The Beast and legends. Wild and barren, this granite moorland is one of Cornwall’s areas of outstanding beauty.

St Michael’s Mount
Discover a castle on an island near Penzance with a history of giants, war and heartbreak. St Michael’s Mount is accessible by a causeway when the tide is out, and by boat when the tide is in. On your way up to the top of the castle, watch out for the heart-stone.

Lizard Point
Walk a wild and weather-beaten chunk of land which stands strong against the forces of the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy stunning views and stop for a cracking cream tea as you navigate the most southerly point of mainland UK.

Mousehole
Tiny, pretty and cute, Mousehole made famous by the children’s book, The Mousehole Cat, reflects true Cornwall through and through. Wander the little curvy streets, squeeze into compact art galleries and feast on ice cream as you relax on the harbour wall.