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Attractions North Cornwall

Attractions in North Cornwall

 

There are some excellent tourist attractions in North Cornwall and a good variety of North Cornwall days out to choose from. The legends of King Arthur and mystical ruins of the castle in Tintagel, Bodmin Jail, Crealy Adventure Park in Wadebridge or The Lappa Valley Steam railway to name just a few. See our full list of tourist attractions in North Cornwall below and start planning your fun days out in Cornwall.

 

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Adventure Park Cornwall - Wadebridge Cornwall

North Cornwall

Nestled in 111 acres of Cornish countryside, Camel Creek is a haven of family-friendly rides, giant play areas and animal encounters. With Cornwall's only 5D Simulator, the Adventure Park is an all-weather attraction suitable for the whole family, rain or shine. Read more about Camel Creek Adventure Park Cornwall

Museum Cornwall - Bodmin Cornwall

North Cornwall

Discover Cornwall's Regimental History. Recognised as probably the finest Military Museum in the South West of England Cornwall's Regimental has around 12,000 collection items with over 300 years of military history displayed. There are also Special Events going on throughout the year such as re-enactments and family fun days. A really interesting day out in Cornwall. The Museum is a dog friendly attraction in Cornwall and so well behaved dogs on leads can go along and enjoy the day out too. (although dog entry maybe restricted at busy times).

Read more about Cornwall's Regimental Museum

CYDER FARM CORNWALL - Nr Truro

North Cornwall

Healey's Cyder Farm has lots to do both inside and out and so is a great place to visit whatever the weather. With tractor rides, tours of the production factory, museum and distillery, sampling bar and lots of friendly farm animals to meet you are sure to have a fun family day out in Cornwall. There is also a shop stocked full of Cornish goodies where you can stock up on supplies and a restaurant with courtyard where you can enjoy delicious home-cooked meals, cream teas, a perfectly chilled glass of cyder or wide choice of hot and cold drinks. Read more about Healey's Cyder Farm.

Healey's Cyder Farm.

Ghost Hunting at a Genuine Haunted Establishment - Bodmin Moor Cornwall

North Cornwall

Ghost Hunting at the Jamaica Inn, a famous smugglers Inn. Not for the faint hearted! These special ghost hunting events are sure to bring a shiver down your spine. Especially with the added knowledge that they have recently been awarded the Stamp of Approval from the British Paranormal Association for being a genuine haunted establishment!

You can choose between weekend events which include accommodation, breakfasts and dinners and some a trip to Bodmin Jail or evening events which go on until late. All events involve ghost hunts around the Inn which for years has given rise to stories of strange incidents and sightings and which produced one of the spookiest episodes ever recorded on the TV programme Most Haunted.More information about the Jamaica Inn

Bike Hire on the Camel Trail - Wenfordbridge, Bodmin Moor

North Cornwall

The Snail's Pace Cafe and Bike Hire at Wenfordbridge near Bodmin Moor is an excellent place to visit in Cornwall. Situated on the famous Camel Trail they offer a wide variety of bikes for hire and so you can take to the saddle and enjoy the quiet paths beside the river on the way to Bodmin and then continue along the bike track to Wadebridge and Padstow. Before you set off on your adventure you can enjoy some delicious hearty food at the cafe. There is free parking.

Read More about Snail's Pace Cafe and Bike Hire

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Adventure Park Cornwall - Wadebridge Cornwall

North Cornwall

Nestled in 111 acres of Cornish countryside, Camel Creek is a haven of family-friendly rides, giant play areas and animal encounters. With Cornwall's only 5D Simulator, the Adventure Park is an all-weather attraction suitable for the whole family, rain or shine. Read more about Camel Creek Adventure Park Cornwall

Museum Cornwall - Bodmin Cornwall

North Cornwall

Discover Cornwall's Regimental History. Recognised as probably the finest Military Museum in the South West of England Cornwall's Regimental has around 12,000 collection items with over 300 years of military history displayed. There are also Special Events going on throughout the year such as re-enactments and family fun days. A really interesting day out in Cornwall. The Museum is a dog friendly attraction in Cornwall and so well behaved dogs on leads can go along and enjoy the day out too. (although dog entry maybe restricted at busy times).

Read more about Cornwall's Regimental Museum

 - Gwithian, Cornwall

North Cornwall

Said to be the setting for Virginia Woolf's novel The Lighthouse, Godrevy sits at the end of St Ives Bay Cornwall and offers breathtaking and spectacular beaches, cliff walks and views. The well known Godrevy Lighthouse is a stunning site to behold and has a rich history. Famous for the Godrevy seals the beaches are just a couple of miles outside Hayle Cornwall and definitely worth seeing whatever the weather. Large car park for which a fee is payable by non National Trust members, seasonal cafe, ice cream van and toilets. Read more about Godrevy and National Trust Cornwall Attractions

CYDER FARM CORNWALL - Nr Truro

North Cornwall

Healey's Cyder Farm has lots to do both inside and out and so is a great place to visit whatever the weather. With tractor rides, tours of the production factory, museum and distillery, sampling bar and lots of friendly farm animals to meet you are sure to have a fun family day out in Cornwall. There is also a shop stocked full of Cornish goodies where you can stock up on supplies and a restaurant with courtyard where you can enjoy delicious home-cooked meals, cream teas, a perfectly chilled glass of cyder or wide choice of hot and cold drinks. Read more about Healey's Cyder Farm.

Healey's Cyder Farm.

World Famous Smugglers Inn - Bodmin Moor Cornwall

North Cornwall

The Jamaica Inn, which is open all year round, is found high up on the wild and beautiful Bodmin Moor and is full of legend, mystery and romance. The Inn was made world famous by Daphne du Maurier's book (and following films and dramas) The Jamaica Inn. A tale of smugglers, rogues and pirates. View the Daphne du Maurier memorial room set up in her memory.

Visit the Inn's fascinating Smugglers' Museum where tales of wreckers, murderers and villains are brought wonderfully to life in one of the finest collections of smuggling artifacts in the country.

You can also stay at the Inn or stop off for a tasty meal, snack, drink from the bar, coffee or even a cream tea! The Jamaica Inn is a very dog friendly place in Cornwall to visit. More information about the Jamaica Inn

Bike Hire on the Camel Trail - Wenfordbridge, Bodmin Moor

North Cornwall

The Snail's Pace Cafe and Bike Hire at Wenfordbridge near Bodmin Moor is an excellent place to visit in Cornwall. Situated on the famous Camel Trail they offer a wide variety of bikes for hire and so you can take to the saddle and enjoy the quiet paths beside the river on the way to Bodmin and then continue along the bike track to Wadebridge and Padstow. Before you set off on your adventure you can enjoy some delicious hearty food at the cafe. There is free parking.

Read More about Snail's Pace Cafe and Bike Hire

Castle Cornwall - Tintagel Cornwall

North Cornwall

For a magical day out in Cornwall, take the family to Tintagel Castle. Its wonderful location, set high on the rugged North Cornwall coast, offers dramatic views, and its fascinating ruins and stunning beach cafe make it one of the interesting things to do in Cornwall. A perfect day trip, ideal for those on holiday in Dorset, Cornwall or Dartmoor. Dogs welcome on leads at this dog friendly attraction in Cornwall. More information and contact details for Tintagel Castle Cornwall

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Blue Reef Aquarium

Newquay Cornwall

North Cornwall

Aquarium

Journey through the transparent Underwater tunnel and witness the spectacular tropical ocean display. See over 40 living displays showing hundreds of fascinating creatures including sharks, giant octopus, seahorses, giant crabs, stingrays, and lobsters and . View feeding displays and talks throughout the day.

Towan Beach Newquay, Cornwall TR7 1DUE

Tel: 01637 878134

www.bluereefaquarium.co.uk

Camel Creek Adventure Park

Wadebridge Cornwall

North Cornwall

Adventure Park Cornwall

Nestled in 111 acres of Cornish countryside, Camel Creek is a haven of family-friendly rides, giant play areas and animal encounters. With Cornwall's only 5D Simulator, the Adventure Park is an all-weather attraction suitable for the whole family, rain or shine. Read more about Camel Creek Adventure Park Cornwall

CORNWALL'S REGIMENTAL MUSEUM

Bodmin Cornwall

North Cornwall

Museum Cornwall

Discover Cornwall's Regimental History. Recognised as probably the finest Military Museum in the South West of England Cornwall's Regimental has around 12,000 collection items with over 300 years of military history displayed. There are also Special Events going on throughout the year such as re-enactments and family fun days. A really interesting day out in Cornwall. The Museum is a dog friendly attraction in Cornwall and so well behaved dogs on leads can go along and enjoy the day out too. (although dog entry maybe restricted at busy times).

Read more about Cornwall's Regimental Museum

Godrevy

Gwithian, Cornwall

North Cornwall

Said to be the setting for Virginia Woolf's novel The Lighthouse, Godrevy sits at the end of St Ives Bay Cornwall and offers breathtaking and spectacular beaches, cliff walks and views. The well known Godrevy Lighthouse is a stunning site to behold and has a rich history. Famous for the Godrevy seals the beaches are just a couple of miles outside Hayle Cornwall and definitely worth seeing whatever the weather. Large car park for which a fee is payable by non National Trust members, seasonal cafe, ice cream van and toilets. Read more about Godrevy and National Trust Cornwall Attractions

HEALEY'S CYDER FARM

Nr Truro

North Cornwall

CYDER FARM CORNWALL

Healey's Cyder Farm has lots to do both inside and out and so is a great place to visit whatever the weather. With tractor rides, tours of the production factory, museum and distillery, sampling bar and lots of friendly farm animals to meet you are sure to have a fun family day out in Cornwall. There is also a shop stocked full of Cornish goodies where you can stock up on supplies and a restaurant with courtyard where you can enjoy delicious home-cooked meals, cream teas, a perfectly chilled glass of cyder or wide choice of hot and cold drinks. Read more about Healey's Cyder Farm.

Healey's Cyder Farm.

Jamaica Inn

Bodmin / Launceston

North Cornwall

Inn / Museum

Daphne Du Maurier's famous novel 'Jamaica Inn' made this Coaching Inn famous. View the smuggling artefacts and family memorabilia. Fine ales, food and accommodation. Shop, museum, children's play area. Beware the resident ghosts!

Halfway between Bodmin and Launceston just off the A30. Signed.

Tel: 01566 86250

www.jamaicainn.co.uk

JAMAICA INN

Bodmin Moor Cornwall

North Cornwall

Ghost Hunting at a Genuine Haunted Establishment

Ghost Hunting at the Jamaica Inn, a famous smugglers Inn. Not for the faint hearted! These special ghost hunting events are sure to bring a shiver down your spine. Especially with the added knowledge that they have recently been awarded the Stamp of Approval from the British Paranormal Association for being a genuine haunted establishment!

You can choose between weekend events which include accommodation, breakfasts and dinners and some a trip to Bodmin Jail or evening events which go on until late. All events involve ghost hunts around the Inn which for years has given rise to stories of strange incidents and sightings and which produced one of the spookiest episodes ever recorded on the TV programme Most Haunted.More information about the Jamaica Inn

JAMAICA INN

Bodmin Moor Cornwall

North Cornwall

World Famous Smugglers Inn

The Jamaica Inn, which is open all year round, is found high up on the wild and beautiful Bodmin Moor and is full of legend, mystery and romance. The Inn was made world famous by Daphne du Maurier's book (and following films and dramas) The Jamaica Inn. A tale of smugglers, rogues and pirates. View the Daphne du Maurier memorial room set up in her memory.

Visit the Inn's fascinating Smugglers' Museum where tales of wreckers, murderers and villains are brought wonderfully to life in one of the finest collections of smuggling artifacts in the country.

You can also stay at the Inn or stop off for a tasty meal, snack, drink from the bar, coffee or even a cream tea! The Jamaica Inn is a very dog friendly place in Cornwall to visit. More information about the Jamaica Inn

Lappa Valley Steam Railway

Newquay Cornwall

North Cornwall

Railway

Various train rides over the 3 miles of railway to try, boating lake, crazy golf, maze and play areas. The engine house provides local history information. Explore the Trevithick path maze, browse round the souvenir shop and enjoy refreshments in the cafe. Dogs on leads welcome.

St Newlyn East Newquay Cornwall TR8 5LX

Tel: 01872 510317

www.lappavalley.co.uk

Padstow Maize Maze

Padstow Cornwall

North Cornwall

Maze

Six acre maze with quiz trail. Maze floor puzzles, giant outdoor games, trampolines, table tennis, sand pit, swing, slides. Refreshments available. Trevisker Nursery. Toilets.

Padstow Maize Maze, Trevisker Farm, Padstow, Cornwall PL28 8LD

Tel: 07973 364572

www.padstowmaizemaze.com

Pencarrow

Bodmin / Wadebridge

North Cornwall

House

The Molesworth-St Aubyn family still live in this Georgian mansion situated between Bodmin and Wadebridge. View the collection of antique dolls, furniture, pictures and porcelain. Grade II listed Gardens, including iron age fort, Italian garden and Victorian rockery. Licensed tea room and Gallery / shop. Cornish slate Wendy House and play area for children. Disabled facilities. Dogs welcome - woodland walks for your dogs. Also caters for Weddings, receptions, corporate entertainment and special events.

Tel: 01208 841369

www.pencarrow.co.uk

Presingoll Pottery

Bodmin Cornwall

North Cornwall

Gallery

Traditional Cornish pottery, ceramic painting studio, pot throwing, Cornish fudge, Cornish food shop, pottery and gift shop. Refreshments at the potters wheel cafe. Free parking and entrance.

Presingoll Pottery, Treningle Hill, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 5JX

Tel: 01208 832255

SNAIL'S PACE CAFE & BIKE HIRE

Wenfordbridge, Bodmin Moor

North Cornwall

Bike Hire on the Camel Trail

The Snail's Pace Cafe and Bike Hire at Wenfordbridge near Bodmin Moor is an excellent place to visit in Cornwall. Situated on the famous Camel Trail they offer a wide variety of bikes for hire and so you can take to the saddle and enjoy the quiet paths beside the river on the way to Bodmin and then continue along the bike track to Wadebridge and Padstow. Before you set off on your adventure you can enjoy some delicious hearty food at the cafe. There is free parking.

Read More about Snail's Pace Cafe and Bike Hire

Tintagel Castle

Tintagel Cornwall

North Cornwall

Castle Cornwall

For a magical day out in Cornwall, take the family to Tintagel Castle. Its wonderful location, set high on the rugged North Cornwall coast, offers dramatic views, and its fascinating ruins and stunning beach cafe make it one of the interesting things to do in Cornwall. A perfect day trip, ideal for those on holiday in Dorset, Cornwall or Dartmoor. Dogs welcome on leads at this dog friendly attraction in Cornwall. More information and contact details for Tintagel Castle Cornwall

Wonder Years Toy Experience

Bude Cornwall

North Cornwall

Museum

Collection of toys from the 60s, 70s and 80s so time for a nostalgic reflection on the toys you used to have. Quiz to test your knowledge and even a chance to purchase old sweet favourites.

Tel: 01288 359979