Historical Of Places Of Interest

Padstow Museum 

Unique collection of artefacts and an insight into the Social History of the Port of Padstow over the past two centuries. This small but interesting museum is situated just 20 metres from the harbour side in Padstow on the North Cornish Coast

Poldark Mine – Cornish Mining World Heritage Site 

Poldark Mine an underground adventure unlike any other. – Reopening June 2022

Porthcurno Telegraph Museum 

The communications museum was once the largest telegraph station in the world. The beautiful beach at Porthcurno has been the location of a communications revolution since 1870. With sub-tropical gardens, underground WW2 tunnels and extensive exhibitions to captivate enquiring minds.

Royal Cornwall Museum

Free Entry for under 18s

Cornish culture, art, antiquities, archaeology, science, and natural history we take people on a journey from deep underground to up into the sky, around the world and way back in time.

St Michael’s Mount 

From ancient cobbles to castle walls, through time and tide.

The Tate – St Ives 

Visit the iconic Tate St Ives gallery, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean

Tintagel Castle 

With the cliff top remains of the medieval castle, spectacular views, and the life-sized kingly figure Gallos. There is plenty to see and do, follow the link for further information.

Prideaux Place overlooks the town and was built in 1585 by Sir Nicholas Prideaux. The building is set in sixty acres of ground which includes twenty-two acres of deer park situated opposite the house. This deer park is thought to be the oldest in Britain with records dating back to the year 450.

National Trust

For wonderful adventurous walks and local historical places of interest for all the family.

National Heritage

Great Days out can be planned and often events to be found via the website.

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