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Enys Gardens, Cornwall

Flower-filled gardens with meadows, ponds and woodland, plus weekend art exhibitions and tearooms...

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Kennall Vale Nature Reserve, Cornwall

A picturesque valley along the river Kennall, with wonderful walks through woodlands...

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National Maritime Museum, Cornwall, Cornwall

Housed in an award winning building on the Falmouth harbour-side, the National Maritime Museum Cornwall transports you into the.....

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Pendennis Castle, Cornwall

Built at the side of a naturally deep harbour Pendennis Castle forms one of Henry VIII's coastal defences, built to guard against.....

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Glendurgan Garden, Cornwall

These beautiful gardens are set on a rising landscape at the side of the Helford River. The gardens, mainly full of exotic trees.....

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Trebah Garden, Cornwall

Trebah Garden occupys one of Cornwall's most dramatic landscapes, set into a beautiful wooded ravine descending towards a private.....

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St Mawes Castle, Cornwall

Built by Henry VIII between 1540-45 due to the threat of invasion from Catholic France and Spain. Built as one of a pair, their.....

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Frenchmans Creek, Cornwall

Frenchman's Creek is an idyllic deep thrust of water immortalised forever by the romantic novel of the same name, written by.....

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St Anthony Head, Cornwall

One of the world's largest natural harbours...

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Poldark Mines, Cornwall

Follow in the Footsteps Of 18th Century Cornish Tin Miners. Poldark Mine is a FREE ENTRY site with something for all the family......

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Trelissick Garden, Cornwall

Lying in a favoured position at the head of the Carrick Roads, almost islanded by the River Fal and two of it's numerous creeks.....

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The National Seal Sanctuary, Cornwall

The Seal Sanctuary was set up in 1958 in the small village of St Agnes, in 1974 we moved to Gweek after we needed more space for.....

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Heartlands, Cornwall

Heartlands is a new visitor attraction and World Heritage Site Gateway in Cornwall, just off the A30 in Pool, near Redruth. There.....

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Cornish Mines and Engines, Cornwall

This museum set on lonely cliffs far above the swirling Atlantic Ocean is where visitors to the area can learn all about.....

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Truro Cathedral, Cornwall

A former 16th-century parish church once stood on the site of this sumptuous cathedral, which was designed by John Loughborough.....

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Trevarno Country Estate & Gardens, Cornwall

Don't miss a visit to the historic Trevarno Estate to explore the magnificent gardens, grounds and woodland walks which date back.....

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