Miniature scenes of famous landmarks from around the world, all with added detail sound effects and landscaping
The path leaves Newquay from just above the harbour, climbing to Towan Head past an old Huer's hut. The cliffs here are home to a number of species of bird such as Fulmars, Kittiwakes and, further out to sea, Petrels and...
Tour of tin streams with the opportunity to see the processing of the mineral to finished articles. Tin giftware and jewellery cast on site.
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
The Cornish Cyder Farm produces strong traditional scrumpys, sparkling ciders, country wines, jams, preserves, brandy and has lots of friendly farm animals to entertain the children
St Piran's Cross is the earliest recorded stone cross in Cornwall, located among the sand dunes of Penhale Sands, between Perranporth and Newquay. Close by is the sand-buried church known as St Piran's Oratory, also...
Overlooking a popular Newquay surfing beach, the Blue Reef Aquarium is a stunning collection of marine displays from the Cornish coast to as far afield as the Caribbean
Newquay Animal World is Cornwall's only zoo and has become one of the leading wildlife parks in the country
Rides and entertainment ideal for kids. Including go-karts, pitch and putt and bumper boats.
The Wheal Coates mine opened in 1802 and was worked until its closure in 1889. It was re-opened for a short period between 1911 and 1913 when it was finally closed.
The site is most notable for its three engine houses...
Mount Hawke is the Southwest's biggest indoor skatepark with its 24,000 sq ft purpose built warehouse featuring sections suitable for all abilities. World class ramps and bowls for skateboard, bmx and scooters.
Along with the wooden ramps...
Elizabethan manor house situated 3 miles from Newquay.Now managed by the National Trust
The stretch between St Agnes and Portreath, a mere seven miles, is characterised by bizarre place names - Tubby's Head, Tobban Horse, Sheep Rock - and picturesque remnants of the mining industry. St Agnes is part of the ...
Established for over twenty years, set within a beautiful woodland valley two and a half miles from Truro, in the centre of Cornwall
Pirate’s Quest, Newquay is an immersive walk-through experience which combines talented theatrical actors, amazing special effects, and detailed 360⁰ sets in an authentic, atmospheric adventure.