Our Favourite Attractions In Cornwall | St Agnes Holiday Park
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Discover our favourite attractions in Cornwall!

Cornwall is home to a huge range of attractions, it’s a difficult task to narrow down our favourites! From fairy-tale castles and tranquil gardens to animal sanctuaries and adventure parks, the attractions in Cornwall sure are impressive. Whether you’re looking for a rainy day activity, fun for the whole family or a relaxing afternoon trip, Cornwall has the perfect choice for you.

Explore our favourites below but be warned – you might need more than a few days in Cornwall… there’s so much to see and do!

Newquay Zoo

One of Cornwall’s most exciting attractions, get close to over 1,000 of the world’s rarest and endangered animals! Surrounded by 13 acres of lush tropical gardens, you can run wild and explore to your heart’s content.

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Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm

Breathe in the rich scent of maturing cyder, wander past sleeping barrels of mellowing brandy, stroll with peacocks through ancient courtyards. A trip to the Cyder Farm is a day out like no other.

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Blue Reef Aquarium

Take a journey from the Cornish coasts to the exotic seas at the Blue Reef Aquarium! Within their underwater tunnel, you’ll come face-to-face with sea turtles and caiman, pufferfish, reef sharks and so much more!

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Lappa Valley

Lappa Valley Steam Railway

Journey into the park on a beautiful steam engine where once inside, you’ll find a leisure park packed full with a whole host of family-friendly activities, including crazy golf, play areas and a canoeing lake!

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The Eden Project

Housing the largest rainforest in captivity, you can explore a living library of some of the rarest plant life in the world. With treetop walkways, annual exhibitions, concerts, and year-round family events, you’ll never get tired of visiting.

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Lost Gardens of Heligan

Lost to the annals of time since WW1, it was only the chance discovery of a door 30 years ago that led to the restoration of this estate. Today, Heligan is Europe’s largest garden restoration project with over 200 acres to explore.

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St Michael’s Mount

Part of the National Trust, here you have an ancient castle fortress, sloping subtropical gardens, sweeping lawns, and a harbour village, just waiting for you to explore them all – what will you discover first?

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Tehidy Country Park

With over 9 miles of paths and 250 acres of peaceful woods and lakes to explore, discover leafy glades and immerse yourself in the rich flora and fauna. With a different type of beauty for every season, it’s an enchanting visit all year.

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Wheal Coates

An UNESCO World Heritage site celebrating an industrial past, the ruins of one of Cornwall’s most scenic and iconic tin mines sits high on rugged cliffs, and extends all the way down to the caves on Chapel Porth beach.

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Pencarrow House & Gardens

Tucked away on the edge of Bodmin Moor, this Cornish Georgian gem houses over 500 years of history and offers plenty to do for all, with guided tours, a Grade II listed garden, Iron Age fort, cafe and so much more to explore.

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Caerhays Castle

Experience the timeless magic of Cornwall’s castle by the sea. Set on the South West Coast Path, it’s the perfect spot for a day out, and with seasonal castle and garden tours in the spring, enjoy panoramic views in the sunshine!

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