Attractions and Theme Parks
With plenty of long days still ahead, the sun shining (hopefully) and the children all off school everyone is looking for things to fill their summer. Here are our My Cornwall’s picks for the best things to do this August: Heligan’s Lost Summer 22nd July – 3rd September This summer The Lost Gardens of >> read more
Walking out in the silence of Bodmin Moor when the sky is bright blue, and the air is still, there is a kind of rare peacefulness for the day-tripper. Daniel Gumb must have love this atmosphere too, because in the 18th century, he decided to make this moorland his permanent home. But as a stone-cutter >> read more
Give your kid, grandkid, younger brother or sister a day to remember at one of these adventure playgrounds and fun activities in Cornwall.
It goes without saying that Cornwall is home to some top quality wines. Over the last twenty years, wine producing in Cornwall has sky rocketed and has managed to make itself a household name for the likes of fresh whites, delicate roses and world-class sparkling. Like America’s golden wine country in the southern sun-kissed valleys >> read more
Cornwall's alluring countryside is filled with unusual wildlife, cascading waterfalls and ruins of Cornwall's past. Here is our local's guide to five enchanting woodland trails.
Get up close and personal with these wild animals in six different locations across Cornwall.
Last year marked 100 years since the beginning of The Great War, and myCornwall takes a look at the vital role the Telegraph Museum, Porthcurno played in WWI.
Whether you fancy yourself an intrepid explorer, a World War II navy captain or a communications extraordinaire, there really are no limits to your imagination in Porthcurno.
Fun and education are the names of the game at the Wheal Martyn China Clay Country Park.
Head to Heartlands to enjoy the diaspora gardens, created by the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site to celebrate the Cornish pioneers who emigrated.
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