Family Attractions in Cornwall
Visit Cornwall for some great fun with all the family, from the Flambards Theme Park to the National Maritime Museum, from Paradise Park to Newquay Zoo, there's something to keep everybody entertained, whatever the weather. From Bude to Land's End, St Ives to Looe, we promise you won't get bored!
Some of the best attractions Cornwall has to offer...
Our expert guide to the top tourist attractions and things to do in Cornwall - from exciting theme parks and fascinating wildlife havens to free kids' activities and hidden gems.
Best Days Out Cornwall
Discover Cornwall’s top tourist attractions and enjoy days of discovery, years of memories. Whether you’re visiting for a holiday or you call Cornwall your home, make each day an adventure.
“Absolutely fabulous family day out at Lappa Valley! So much to see & do, something for everyone. A really lovely mix of trains, history & family entertainment. What makes this place even more amazing is the staff. From the minute we arrived until the minute we were on the last train back, being waved on our way by all the staff, each and every staff member really made the effort to engage, an absolute credit to the place. ”Denica Rose - Tripadvisor — Review of Lappa Valley
There really is something for everyone at Cornwall's family attractions. From history and art, to outdoor adventures and exhilarating activities. Browse our family attraction listings and start planning your days out.
The gardens themselves recommend at least four hours to have a look around. Visit Cornwall suggest you could easily stay there all day! A lot depends how interested you are in gardens, plants, etc and what time of the year it is...
Yes, very much so. With a choice of beaches everybody should find something to do. From surfing to sandcastles, Bude has the perfect beach.
Add to that a golf course, a canal to walk along or explore by kayak, the South West Coast Path and a nice range of places to eat and drink, we think Bude is the perfect family destination.
Land's End is the legendary Cornish destination that has inspired people since ancient Greek times when it was referred to as 'Belerion' – Place of the Sun. It's one of Britain's best loved landmarks, famous for its unique location and beautiful scenery and the finishing/starting point of many trips from/to John O Groats.
You can drive via either the M4 and M5 to Exeter and then take either the A30 or A38 depending on where in Cornwall you are heading.
You can also use the M3 and A303 from west London.
Both National Express and Megabus operate coach's into Cornwall
Trains to Cornwall leave from Paddington Station
You can fly to Cornwall from both Gatwick and Heathrow (Jan 2023)
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