The Cornwall Guide has compiled a list of all the very best days out with your dog. There is no shortage of dog friendly things to do in Cornwall and this includes many of the great gardens, best family attractions and even some well known art galleries.

All the attractions listed are dog friendly so you can plan a holiday where no one misses out.

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  • Tintagel Castle / Tintagel

    Tintagel Castle Cornwall

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

  • Donkey!

    Home to about 30 donkeys, offers donkey rides, encounters with lots of animals and lots of other family attractions

  • Launceston Castle / Launceston

    Castle set on the high motte (mound) of a stronghold built soon after the Norman Conquest

  • Minack Theatre / Porthcurno

    The Minack Open Air Theatre is in one of the most beautiful settings anywhere in the world, perched high on golden cliffs above the turquoise sea

  • Luxulyan Valley / St Austell

    Luxulyan Valley river

    Luxulyan Valley consists of 2 miles of beautiful tranquil woodland through which the Par River runs. The valley is also dotted with the remains of the area's mining heritage including the magnificent Treffry viaduct.

  • Penrose Estate / Helston Porthleven

    Autumn afternoon - Penrose Estate

    The Penrose estate is a large area of parkland between Porthleven and Helston. The rolling parkland of the estate stretches down to, and includes a section of coast from Gunwalloe to Porthleven. There are many areas of mature woodland and miles...

  • Heligan - Mud Maid

    80 acres of superb grounds with a complex of walled gardens and a huge, productive vegetable garden. Set in one of the most mysterious estates in England, Heligan.

  • Trebah Gardens / Helford

    Trebah Gardens, spectacular 26 acre Cornish ravine garden that descends 200 feet to a private beach on the River Helford located near Falmouth in Cornwall

  • The Lappa Valley Steam Railway is a narrow gauge railway which opened in 1849 as a mineral line from Newquay to East Wheal Rose and was reopened in 1974 as a tourist attraction

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