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 Cornwall

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

  • Heartlands

    Redeveloped 19 acre site of one of Cornwall's most active and long running mines. Heartlands both celebrates the areas mining heritage with in situ exhibits and moves on, with landscaped gardens and an excellent adventure playground

  • Grey Seal

    The National Seal Sanctuary is a haven for injured and orphaned seal pups set on the picturesque Helford Estuary in the lovely village of Gweek

  • Surrounded by a deep moat and perched on a high mound, the huge circular keep of this castle, built at the turn of the 14th century, survives in good condition.

  • Caerhays Castle & Gardens. An imposing 19th century castle designed by John Nash set in 60 acres of woodland gardens and a private beach

  • Donkey!

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

  • Tanglewood Wild Garden

    Are you looking for a wild getaway in Cornwall? Look no further as Penzance is home to the Tanglewood Wild Garden. Tanglewood Wild Garden is a 9-acre natural garden and woodland boasting four ponds. The dog-friendly gardens are kept as natural...

  • Pendennis Castle was built in the middle of the 16th century by Henry VIII as one of a pair of forts, with St Mawes Castle, to protect the Fal Estuary from the threat of invasion from France and Spain

  • Mount Edgcumbe House

    Grand country house set in 865 acres Country Park on the Rame Peninsula near Torpoint

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

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