Kids + families diary: March
There are lots of exciting and fun things to do in Cornwall in March, here's just a few to give you some inspiration....
Celebrate the launch of The Weather Maker with a weekend of fun activities in the Rainforest Biome. Discover how the rainforest makes weather, explore the canopy like a real scientist on our new extended walkway, and brave the wobbly bridge if you dare.
Cotehele's First World War exhibition features photos, trench art and personal items loaned from members of the local community.
This exhibition remembers a notable West Countryman and significant national figure, in the 200th anniversary year of his death. It tells a story that challenges the more commonly known Hollywood depiction and brings to life one of the greatest small boat survival stories in history featuring relics from the voyage and a specially built reproduction of the Bounty launch, giving a very real sense of the situation of the 18 men who sailed it over 3600 nautical miles across the Pacific.
Half price travel & kids go Free to kick start the season - join them for their traditional event to start off the main season. Cornwall's Full Steam Ahead Attraction!
Caerhays Castle opens to the public for a limited time in the Spring and offers guided tours around the Castle. There is a tea room onsite, spectaulcar gardens to wander round all finished up with a stroll along their own beach just yards away from the entrance gate to the Castle.
The National Trust always has plenty of events for all the family and in March there are a whole range of lovely activities to get involved in. From Stargazing at Trerice, beach cleans, plus it Mother's Day on 26th March, so spoil Mum this year with posy making at Glendurgan and card making at Trengwainton. Check out their website here for more information on all the activities happening in March.
Do you know any other fab events at Cornwall's attractions this March? Let us know by commenting in the space below.