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Cornwall boasts a large number of attractions for the traveller, many lying outside of cities and towns amidst the Cornish landscape: Bodmin Moor The Eden Project. Open Every day all year except Christmas Eve & Christmas day. 9AM 6PM (Last entry 4:30PM)). Near St Austell - a fabulous collection of flora from all over the planet housed in two 'space age' transparent domes. Land's End - The extreme South-West where Britain meets the Atlantic head-on The Lost Gardens of Heligan - 80 acres of stunning landscaped scenery with a huge complex of walled flower and vegetable gardens Tintagel Castle- legendary birth place of the famous King Arthur and seat of the kings of Cornwall. Earl Richard of Cornwall and King of the Romans built the present medieval castle at the site. Ongoing excavations are revealing a Cornish royal seat of the period 400 to 700 AD. Minack Theatre - a outdoor theatre built, by hand, into the side of cliff over looking the ocean; located near the village of Porthcurno, the theatre includes a museum and offers tours when there are no performances The Tate St Ives - one of the four Tate Galleries in the UK - Modern Art The National Maritime Museum Falmouth - home of the National Maritime Museum's small boat collection and other exhibits. Penlee House - home of the famous Newlyn School of Art Pencarrow House and Gardens - A large house near Wadebridge built in 1760 with extensive gardens. Prideaux Place - A large house near Padstow. Cornwall's Crealy Great Adventure Park, Crealy Great Adventure Park, Tredinnick, Wadebridge, Cornwall, PL27 7RA, ☎ 01841 540 276. Great family days out at Cornwall's top theme park. Cornish World. Combining shopping and leisure. Browse and shop at Cornish Market World, while the children play at Kidzworld, Charlie's offers fun for young adults and The Kids' Academy is an Ofsted approved nursery, pre-school and holiday club. Popular walks and scenic tours include:
The South West Coast Path - Which runs along the coastline of Britain’s south-west peninsula. The Cornish section is supposed to be the most scenic, particularly around Penwith and the Lizard. The trail takes walkers to busy towns, remote cliffs, beaches, heaths, farms and fishing villages. Walking along it is a great way to experience the region in all its variety. For more information on the coastal path . The Camel trail - An 18 mile off-road cycle-track following the scenic estuary of the river Camel National Trust Attractions include:
St Michael's Mount Cotehele Godrevy Lanhydrock Trerice Cornish Mines and Engines Tintagel Old Post Office