The Anchorage @ Port Pendennis Marina Village, Falmouth, Cornwall

Pendennis Castle Falmouth

Constructed between 1540 and 1545, Pendennis Castle and its sister St Mawes Castle form the Cornish end of the chain of coastal castles built by Henry VIII to counter a threat from France and Spain. Thereafter Pendennis was frequently adapted to face new enemies over 400 years, right through until World War II. There are a wide range of attractions at the castle including an interactive exhibition and cafe. The views are also absolutely stunning.


Visit: www.english-heritage.org.uk/pendennis


Cornwall Seal Sanctuary, Gweek

Situated in 40 acres of stunning Cornish countryside, the Seal Sanctuary is the only fully operational seal rescue centre in Cornwall. The Sanctuary is a busy rescue centre and provides a lifeline for stray, sick and injured seal pups which have been discovered around the Cornwall coast and beyond. The sanctuary is situated by the beautiful village of Gweek., and has resident Grey Seals, Common Seals, Californian and Patagonian Sea Lions, Goats, Ponies and Otters. Visitors can choose to adopt a seal and sponsor it on its road to eventual recovery and release back to the wild.


Visit: www.visitsealife.com/Gweek


St Michael’s Mount

Explore the amazing island world of St Michael’s Mount 
and discover legend, myth and over a thousand years 
of incredible history…

Stroll across the causeway where a legendary giant once walked. Follow the footsteps of pilgrims. Boat hop to an island where modern life meets layers of history. Discover a medieval castle, a sub-tropical paradise and a close-knit island community. Delve into the history of a fortress, a priory, a harbour and a home. 


Visit: www.stmichaelsmount.co.uk


Lands End

The beautiful scenery of Land's End has made it one of Britain's favorite destinations for days out. At the most south-westerly point of mainland Britain, you can appreciate fully how the relationship between land and sea is constantly changing. There is also a wide range of other attractions including the Dr Who exhibition and the Lands End Shopping Village then relax in the Land's End Bar and Restaurant.

Visit: www.landsend-landmark.co.uk


Tate Gallery, St Ives

The picturesque town of St Ives has attracted painters for over a century including JMW Turner among many others. Many artists are associated with St Ives and West Cornwall, with its rich history and its vivid artistic creations.   Visit take a trip to the world renowned Tate Gallery. 


Visit: www.tate.org.uk/stives



Royal Cornwall Museum Truro

Cornwall's oldest and most prestigious museum, famed for its internationally important collections. See a myriad of minerals, view an unwrapped mummy and discover Cornwall's unique culture. There is a collection of Newlyn School paintings in the Fine and Decorative Arts gallery. The museum also presents an exciting range of changing exhibitions throughout the year together with an extensive educational programme for all the family.


Visit: www.royalcornwallmuseum.org.uk


Flambards Helston

Flambards Theme Park Experience is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Cornwall. The Theme Park hosts the best thrill rides in Cornwall, and the Flambards Victorian Village and Britain in the Blitz indoor tourist attractions are a must see for all.  Set in beautiful gardens this park has won many awards over the years for trees, shrubs and flowers.


Visit: www.flambards.co.uk

Cornwall Seal Sanctuary

St Michaels Mount

Tate Gallery, St Ives

Lands End

Royal Cornwall Museum

Flambards

Little Dennis, Part of Pendennis Castle

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