Best Things to See & Do in Camelford


  • Wide range of cycling memorabilia housed in an old Victorian railway station in Camelford

  • Located at Slaughterbridge, on the site of King Arthur's last battle, and is dedicated to telling the stories of Arthur and his knights

  • St Nectan's Glen

    St Nectan's Glen is a picturesque wooded valley in Trethevy, just outside Tintagel. Over the millennia the Trevillet River has carved its way through the local Devonian slate forming the valley. This is the same river that flows through the...

  • Rocky Valley Maze

    The aptly named Rocky Valley lies less than a couple of miles north of Tintagel. This beautiful wooded valley has been carved by the Trevillet River over the millennia as it cascades down towards the sea. A popular riverside...

  • V1 Rocket

    Located on the Second World War airfield on Davidstow Moor, the museum primarily covers the history of RAF Davidstow moor. In addition there are exhibits and information on other North Coast airfields, wartime life on the home front and some post-war military hardware.

  • Tintagel Castle Cornwall

    Clifftop ruins of castle which was allegedly the fortress used by King Arthur.

  • Tintagel Old Post Office

    Carefully restored building originally dating from the 14th century, is now in the care of the National Trust

  • Tintagel Castle Bridge

    Dramatic windswept cliffs, romantic ruins, and of course, a dash of Arthurian legend – what more could you ask? The dramatically remote location of Tintagel Castle in North Cornwall draws hundreds of thousands of visitors in...

  • Tintagel - King Arthur Sculpture

    There could hardly be a more dramatic setting for a sculpture than the windswept edge of a rugged promontory, jutting into the Atlantic Ocean. Fitting just that bill are the cliffs of Tintagel Island, the perfect site for a...

  • King Arthur's Great Halls was designed and built in the 1930s to encapsulate the world and legend of King Arthur

  • Trippet Stones - Bodmin Moor
    Situated on common ground on Bodmin Moor and around a mile away from the Stripple Stones, the Trippet Stones stone circle has a diameter of around 33 metres. Only 11 of its original 26 stones remain, and of these only eight are still...
  • Evening Sun - Tintagel Coast

    Lye Rock, a small offshore island on Cornwall's far north coast, was for a long time famous as the site of Cornwall's largest colony of puffins. Sadly there are far fewer to be seen today, although the rock remains a valuable breeding site for a...

  • Merlin's Cave - Tintagel

    Tintagel is intricately linked with the tales surrounding the legendary King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. And no story that involves Arthur is complete without mention of the oh-so mysterious magician Merlin....

  • Museum in Boscastle, housing the largest collection of witchcraft related artefacts in the world

  • King Arthur's Hall
    King Arthur's Hall is an obscure rectangular stone enclosure measuring twenty meters wide and forty seven meters long, located near the village of St Breward on Bodmin Moor. The stones, of which fifty six out of a possible one hundred...