Dog Friendly Things to Do

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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  • Looe Museum

    Looe's town museum is located in the 15th century Old Guildhall on the main street to East Looe's sea front. Inside you will find fascinating displays about historic Looe focusing on fishing, boat building and, of course, smuggling.

  • Country estate featuring Grade I listed house with a Grade I listed park and garden. The house is home to an extensive collection of fine art which can be viewed as part of tour

  • Land’s End, with its rugged wave battered cliffs, is the most westerly point in mainland England and the most visited outdoor tourist attraction in Cornwall

  • Polperro Heritage Museum of Smuggling & Fishing

    The small Heritage Museum of Smuggling and Fishing is located in The Warren overlooking the fishing village's harbour.

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

  • 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

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

  • Tresco Abbey Gardens

    'A perennial Kew' - home to 20,000 exotic plants with species from 80 countries, ranging from Brazil to New Zealand and Burma to South Africa

  • Mining - Poldark Mine

    Located in the picturesque Wendron Valley, close to Helston, Poldark Mine has free admission to the main site and offers something for all the family

  • 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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