What's Open

Most attractions in Cornwall are now open, in one form or another.... We will not be adding anymore attractions to this list and would ask you to visit our See & Do pages HERE. Most places will expect you to book beforehand, and as we advise, Think-Plan-Book-Enjoy.

Most Art Galleries throughout Cornwall have reopened, including the Tate St Ives. As we head into autumn, these provide a great wet weather attraction with a wide variety of styles to be seen around the county.

We love Cornwall in the spring

Birds singing, newborn lambs, beautiful colours…oh, we just love Cornwall in the springtime and we’ll let you into a little secret, it’s one of the best times to visit. Here’s why...

See the first bluebells

If you only do one thing in May, come and experience breathtaking carpets of bluebells in Cornwall.

Explore the Helford

The Helford estuary, to the south of Falmouth, is an idylic mixture of isolated woodland, secluded creeks, rich farmland and semi-tropical gardens. It has long been recognised for its scenic beauty, but it is also a wonderful natural habitat with several protected areas.

A Wild Weekend in West Penwith

We challenged one of Visit Cornwall's staff members to take a staycation in Cornwall, here's his thoughts on a rather wild weekend in the far west.