Where to go: Explore Cornwall
The Eden Project
The biggest indoor rainforest in the world, the Eden projectboasts many different plants from around the world, and holds events throughout the year, with impressive conservatories and gardens.
The Lost Garden's of Heligan
One of the most famous attractions in Cornwall, the Lost Gardens of Heligan are full of 19th century garden designs and is full of small but impressive attractions. Two of the most famous attractions being the Sleeping Lady, and the Grey Lady.
Lands End is the most westerly point in England and boasts impressive views of the sea and 200 foot cliffs that rise out of the water.Still one of the most famous points in Cornwall, it has sparked interest from people since the ancient Greek times, when it was referred to as 'belerion', place of the sun.
Spending a warm night watching players perform on this Atlantic coast stage is a unique experience which both locals and tourists adore. Shows run until late October.
Located near the town of Lostwithiel, the vast gardens, lavish decor and 1,000 acres of the woodland surroundings of Lanhydrock House have long been a popular attraction among those who visit Cornwall. Apart from its beauty, it is the accessibility of this mansion and gardens which make this attraction a good-for-all place to visit in Cornwall.
Taking a trip down these 148 steps embedded into Cornwall’s coastline offers visitors a quiet moment to absorb the swooshing waves and echoes of the sound of the sea bouncing off the cliff face. An experience not found on Cornwall’s busier beaches.
Trebah Gardens, Falmouth
This subtropical paradise makes for a perfect day out no matter what the season; from the exotic residents blooming all summer long, to the towering bamboo trees standing tall throughout the winter. Ranked 80th in the top 100 gardens in the world, the Trebah Gardens certainly is a must-see place to visit in Cornwall.
St. Micheal’s Mount
An exploration across the causeway to uncover the history behind the castle walls of St. Michael’s Mount is a must! Hear the islander’s tales of smugglers, legends and life on the mount.