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Filthy days out in Cornwall Things to do

Filthy days out in Cornwall

Fancy getting filthy? If you’re idea of fun involves muddying yourself in Cornwall’s natural surrounds, getting arty with a hands-on activity or (ahem) dirtying yourself in other imaginative ways, then these ideas for a filthy day out will definitely prove ultra memorable ways for you to spend your stay.

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7 cool and unusual things to do in Cornwall  Things to do

7 cool and unusual things to do in Cornwall 

We all know Cornwall is famed for its beaches. Then there’s its gardens, top-notch restaurants, host of attractions and gorgeous green spaces too. But if it’s something a bit different you’re looking for during your stay, then we’re also home to a variety of quirky places and activities to add to your to-do list.

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Rachel Lambert: My Secret Cornish Winter Things to do

Rachel Lambert: My Secret Cornish Winter

I’m a winter girl. Spacious beaches with thundering waves over-spilling into white horses and sea spray is ultimate theatre to me. The churning of the whipped-up ocean and the hardy surfers bobbing on its buoyant surface. The clear paths where I can stride, and pick and peruse. Quietly filling a basket with hedgerow memories with little more than the birds to witness.

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10 socially distanced days out in Cornwall Things to do

10 socially distanced days out in Cornwall

Social distance is almost guaranteed in Cornwall, whether it’s a national guideline or not. Pre-Covid, it has always been one of the main reasons why tourists have flocked here for decades: the promise of picture postcard wide-open spaces and a sense of unbridled freedom that you simply don’t get elsewhere in the country, or world, for that matter.

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Urban axe throwing in Cornwall Things to do

Urban axe throwing in Cornwall

Tucked away in Pool on a former mining complex, now the heritage Heartlands site, Axe Heads delivers an adrenaline-fuelled, unique experience!

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Five autumn activities for getting wet and wild in Cornwall Things to do

Five autumn activities for getting wet and wild in Cornwall

Spend October half-term doing something a little different, having a last hurrah before winter creeps in and it’s all storm watching, getting cosy in front of a log fire and searching for Cornwall’s showstopping hot chocolates.

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A visit to the geothermal pool at Jubilee Pool Things to do

A visit to the geothermal pool at Jubilee Pool

One of the hottest new attractions in Cornwall - literally - is the brand spanking new geothermal seawater pool at Penzance’s coveted Art Deco lido, which is the very first of its kind in the entire UK, making it a definite to-do for all visitors to the county.

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Must see attractions in Cornwall Things to do

Must see attractions in Cornwall

From family-friendly must-sees full of interactive and engaging things to see and do to famous landmarks, historic venues and artistic centres; Cornwall’s host of top-notch attractions presents something for everyone.

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Walking in Cornwall Things to do

Walking in Cornwall

Move over surfing and pasties, there’s a new trend in town: walking. Visitors can’t seem to get enough of exploring Cornwall on foot these days, and it’s no wonder why.

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A visit to Guy’s Butterfly House Things to do

A visit to Guy’s Butterfly House

Wildlife lovers are in for a truly immersive treat! Nestled in the countryside near the village of St Hilary, between Penzance and Helston, you will find Guy’s Butterfly House. 

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A day out with Mousehole Heritage Walks Things to do

A day out with Mousehole Heritage Walks

Owned by Mousehole local Elaine, Mousehole Heritage Walks offers visitors the chance to learn about the history of this charming seaside village whilst exploring it on foot!

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A day out with Via Ferrata Cornwall Things to do

A day out with Via Ferrata Cornwall

Nestled between Helston and Falmouth you will find Via Ferrata Cornwall, a 60-acre site that allows you to experience Cornwall’s granite quarrying history as you climb cliff faces, take on high wire challenges, and zip back down to ground level again.

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