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Attractions with Animals Cornwall

Days out with animals Cornwall

For those of you who are animal lovers there are some great places to see animals in Cornwall including sanctuaries, wildlife parks and farms. Paradise Park offers an interesting day out and chance to get up close to the animals or the Seal Sanctuary at Gweek where you can see the rescued seals amongst other animals or the Tamar Otter Centre. See our list of sanctuaries, zoos and farms in Cornwall below.

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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

Animal Sanctuary - Lizard Peninsula / Helston

West Cornwall

Make some new friends today at Cornwall's only Seal Sanctuary and rescue centre. Come and hear about dramatic rescues and meet the seal and sea lion characters whose individual stories are brought to life during your visit.

Relax at our Cafe, enjoy the view of the Helford River and wander along our woodland walk. Children will love the pirate play area, quiz trail and special events all year round. Don't forget to say hello to the penguins, otters, sheep, goats and horses. The Cornish Seal Sanctuary is a dog friendly attraction in Cornwall. Dogs on leads welcome. Read more about The Cornish Seal Sanctuary

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.

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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

Animal Sanctuary - Mabe Burnthouse Near Falmouth Cornwall

West Cornwall

The Flicka Foundation Cornwall is a Horse and Donkey Sanctuary which rescues, homes and re-homes horses and donkeys who are in need of help. Situated in the beautiful Cornish countryside at Mabe Burnthouse near Falmouth, this is could be a great place to visit as part of a family day out in Cornwall. You can get up close to the donkeys and other rescued animals living at the farm. Guided tours are available or you can go anytime between 11am and 4pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday all year round. Free entry, with donations gratefully received. Free parking.

Read more about The Flicka Foundation Cornwall

 - 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.

Animal Sanctuary Cornwall - Near Looe Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Visiting Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary is one of the great things to do in Cornwall. Nestled into the side of the south Cornish coast between Looe and Seaton, the Sanctuary has been offering a safe haven for monkeys since 1964. This Cornwall animal Sanctuary cares for a range of different species of rescued monkeys, giving visitors an intimate insight into a working sanctuary. There is a lot to do for the whole family with activities, playground, beautiful gardens and Tree Top Cafe. More information about the Monkey Sanctuary Attraction In 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

Cornish Seal Sanctuary

Lizard Peninsula / Helston

West Cornwall

Animal Sanctuary

Make some new friends today at Cornwall's only Seal Sanctuary and rescue centre. Come and hear about dramatic rescues and meet the seal and sea lion characters whose individual stories are brought to life during your visit.

Relax at our Cafe, enjoy the view of the Helford River and wander along our woodland walk. Children will love the pirate play area, quiz trail and special events all year round. Don't forget to say hello to the penguins, otters, sheep, goats and horses. The Cornish Seal Sanctuary is a dog friendly attraction in Cornwall. Dogs on leads welcome. Read more about The Cornish Seal Sanctuary

Dairyland Farm World

Newquay Cornwall

Farm / Adventure Park

All weather attraction, working farm and petting animals, fantastic indoor play area, watch the cows being milked, Nature trails and Heritage Centre. Daily events which often include pony and hayrides and bottle feeding the animals. Play in The Bull Pen an indoor play area with astra slides, drop slides, soft play areas, climbing nets, fireman's pole and much more (socks must be worn in this area).

Situated on the A3058 4 miles from Newquay

Tel: 01872 510246

www.dairylandfarmworld.com

Flicka Foundation Cornwall

Mabe Burnthouse Near Falmouth Cornwall

West Cornwall

Animal Sanctuary

The Flicka Foundation Cornwall is a Horse and Donkey Sanctuary which rescues, homes and re-homes horses and donkeys who are in need of help. Situated in the beautiful Cornish countryside at Mabe Burnthouse near Falmouth, this is could be a great place to visit as part of a family day out in Cornwall. You can get up close to the donkeys and other rescued animals living at the farm. Guided tours are available or you can go anytime between 11am and 4pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday all year round. Free entry, with donations gratefully received. Free parking.

Read more about The Flicka Foundation Cornwall

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.

Land's End

Penzance / Land's End

West Cornwall

Attractions, Walks

Legendary Destination - Visit the end of the land! Walk the blustery coastal path or follow one of the marked scenic walks, view the wildlife including rare birds and if you are lucky see the basking sharks swimming in the sea below the magnificent cliffs. RSPB Wildlife Discovery Centre and information trail. Attractions and rides om a pay as you go basis in the Land's End centre. Plenty of places to eat. Good place to post a letter or postcard as all post is stamped with the Land's End cachet stamp. Dogs on leads accepted (except in exhibitions, catering and retail) Disabled toilets. Baby changing facilities. Pay park and pay for individual attractions.

Tel: 0870 458 0099

Mousehole Wild Bird Hospital and Sanctuary

Mousehole Cornwall

West Cornwall

Sanctuary

Funded entirely by donations the sanctuary treats around 1,500 birds each year with the aim of nursing them to health and releasing them back in the wild, where this is not possible they are given a home at the sanctuary, there are about 100 permanent residents. Open most days from 10.30-4.30 and admission is free (although donations very welcome).

Raginnis Hill, Mousehole, Cornwal TR19 6SR

Tel: 01736 731386

www.mouseholebirdhospital.org.uk

Newquay Zoo

Newquay Cornwall

West Cornwall

Zoo

Hundreds of animals, gardens, farm, play area, cafe, gift shop events throughout the year

Tel: 01637 873342

www.newquayzoo.co.uk

Paradise Park Wildlife Sanctuary

Hayle Cornwall

West Cornwall

Sanctuary

See the collection of rare and beautiful parrots, together with Red Squirrels, Otters, Red Pandas, flamingos, toucans and other rare species. Exotic Gardens. Children's quizzes, indoor play centre with soft play, giant slides and toddler's area. Fun farm, feeding times and free-flying shows all make Paradise Park a fun day whatever the weather. Cafe, shop and plant sales.

Trelissick Road, Hayle, Cornwall TR27 4HB

Tel: 01736 751020

www.paradisepark.org.uk

Porfell Animal Land

Liskeard Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Wildlife Park / Sanctuary

A home to wild and exotic animals. Porcupines, wallabies, lemurs, farmyard animals and many more. No dogs allowed. Free car park, tea room, woodland walks, ponds, animal petting area, hand feeding, picninc area,

Trecangate, Nr Lanreath, Liskeard, Cornwall PL14 4RE

Tel: 01503 220211

www.PorfellAnimalLand.co.uk

WILD FUTURES MONKEY SANCTUARY

Near Looe Cornwall

South East Cornwall

Animal Sanctuary Cornwall

Visiting Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary is one of the great things to do in Cornwall. Nestled into the side of the south Cornish coast between Looe and Seaton, the Sanctuary has been offering a safe haven for monkeys since 1964. This Cornwall animal Sanctuary cares for a range of different species of rescued monkeys, giving visitors an intimate insight into a working sanctuary. There is a lot to do for the whole family with activities, playground, beautiful gardens and Tree Top Cafe. More information about the Monkey Sanctuary Attraction In Cornwall