Paradise Park carries out conservation work on native UK species, including the Cornish Chough, Otters, Owls, and Red Squirrels.
It is also home to rare and endangered parrots, and is an excellent and informative day out for any family.
This is a stretch of around 18 miles that takes in Godrevy and the great curve of St Ives Bay. The heather-clad remoteness of North Cliffs is followed by the extensive dunes of Gwithian Towans as the path slowly leads you to the attractive and...
Outdoor karting track located just outside Hayle.
The Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden features works in bronze, stone and wood in addition to paintings, drawings and other archive material
There are few towns anywhere which can rival St Ives for both number and quality of beaches. There are no less than five beautiful sandy beaches within easy walking distance of St Ives town centre. St Ives has few rivals for the crown of Cornwall...
Established by Bernard Leach and Shoji Hamada in 1920, many studio potters have had their training here. The historic pottery buildings have been restored, there are regular exhibitions and a selling gallery with work by leading contemporary potters.
Island castle set in the middle of Mount's Bay, just off the coast of Marazion. The Mount is now managed by the National Trust but remains the home of St Aubyn family.
The Tate Gallery St Ives opened in June 1993 in a purpose-built building with five galleries offering an introduction to modern art, with special emphasis on the St Ives School
The Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens are probably the newest addition to Cornwall's tradition of great gardens. Only opened in 2012 the gardens have already become an established fixture on the itinerary of green-fingered visitors...
Test your skills and brains to see if you've got what it takes to escape in time. You and your team of 2 to 6 have 60 minutes to escape from one of the themed escape rooms by solving a series of puzzles.
Situated just away from the town centre, overlooking Bamaluz beach is St Ives town museum. The exhibitions and collections reflect the fishing, railway, tourism and mining that have defined the town.
Also known as the Steeple monument, this rather curious 50ft granite obelisk sits atop Worras Hill, behind Carbis Bay, and can be seen for miles around. Originally intended as a mausoleum to it's eccentric creator, John...
National Trust owned Tudor and Stuart Grade 1 mansion complete with Elizabethan stables.
Surrounded by formal gardens (c.1500), orchards, bluebell woods and extensive estate.
Great venue for a family outing. We've got 4 skittle (bowling) alleys, lots of games, air hockey, shooting gallery, a restaurant serving delicious home-cooked foods, bar and lots more.
The path leaves Penzance from the seaward side of the train station, at the bottom of Market Jew Street. A paved footway is sandwiched between the railway line and the sea, although at low tide it is possible to walk along...