attractions in cornwall
Here are just a few of the numerous attractions Cornwall has to offer under the sections - Falmouth And Surrounding Area - Cornwall At Large - Towns And Places To Visit, including Additional Links for those travelling to the area.
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Falmouth And Surrounding Areas:
Reputed to be the third largest natural harbour in the world.
Built by Henry VIII between 1540-1545 the site has one of a pair of artillery forts built to protect this strategic area from the threat of invasion from France and Spain.
National Maritime Museum
Newly opened and providing an unrivalled nautical history.
Glendurgan Gardens - National Trust
A valley garden of great beauty, created in the 1820s and running down to the tiny village of Durgan and its beach.
An uniquely beautiful, 26 acre Cornish ravine garden.
Cornwall At Large:
The Eden Project
A global greenhouse & gardens for the 21st century. A 'must visit' when here in Cornwall.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
One of Cornwall's oldest and most mysterious garden.
An open air theatre created from the cliffside by owner Rowena Cade.
The Tate Gallery
The world famous art and events gallery in St Ives.
The largest satellite earth station in the world.
Flambards Theme Park
A fun day out for all the family - well worth a visit.
Towns And Places To Visit:
A pretty north coast fishing town with lots to see & do.
St Michaels Mount, Penzance
A medieval castle on a magical island, regarded as “the Jewel in Cornwall’s Crown”.
A small south coast fishing port - famous for it's Christmas Lights.
The ultimate destination in mainland Britain.
The Lizard Peninsula
The southerly-most point of mainland Britain.
The City of Truro
The county city of Cornwall.
The Helford Passage
Daphne du Maurier territory.
Weather Forecast reports for the Southwest from the Met Office
AA Road Watch
A great service to enjoy a smoother journey when visiting Cornwall
National Rail Enquiries
The nearest train station is Falmouth Town – a few minutes walk from the guest house
The official guide to the South West of England.
Cornwall Tourist Board
The Official Web Site