Things to do in Cornwall, July 2018
Unleash your imagination in Cornwall this July, Take a trip to Mars, Dance in a field or on a beach, be transported back to the end of World War I or just spend a day at one of our local shows.
This July there's no end of wonderful outdoor theatre taking place across Cornwall, from First World War inspired performance's at the Lost Gardens of Heligan and Bodmin Steam Railway to bittersweet comedy classics touring around some of the most picturesque venues in the country.
Have you been going to the same beach for years, why not check out our Visit Cornwall Beach Guide and find somewhere new to show off that tan? There's even some hidden gems on there, but don't tell everybody. For those with dogs we have updated all the info as to which beaches you can take dogs on.
It's festival time around the country, and here in Cornwall there's a few to choose from. The month kicks off with the Rock Oyster Festival at Wadebridge, alongside the Camel Estuary and finishes with a 'party in a field' with North Cornwall's Leopalloza Festival. Along the way, there's Morcheeba at Lusty Glaze, Paloma Faith at the Wyldes and a whole host of colour and sounds at Tropical Pressure. For those who want a festival with a little bit extra, the Port Eliot Festival at St Germans draws an unmatchable collection of artists, musicians, writers, comedians, performers, thinkers, makers, protagonists, agitators and scribblers to one of the most beautiful corners of the country.
It’s the biggest one day agricultural show in Cornwall, but it’s not all sheep shearing and giant turnips. There’s musical entertainment, food courts, craft stalls, a fairground, show jumping, a dog show and cookery competitions. Kids will love the fluffy bunnies and clucking chickens, for Mum and Dad, there’s always the beer tent! Takes place on the 16th July this year. It's also Liskeard Show on the 14th and Camborne Show on the 21st, more info on our What's On pages.