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South Coast > Falmouth
Deep in the dark murky depths of the ocean bioluminescence dances and shadowy figures loom. Something’s there, but what? Visit National Maritime Museum Cornwall’s blockbuster exhibition Monsters of the Deep.

South Coast > Looe
Opened to the public in July 2018, The Old Sardine Factory Heritage Centre tells the story of Looe's maritime history, from selling fish to Italy to our state of the art lifeboat.

North Coast > Tintagel
For a magical day out take the family to Tintagel Castle, steeped in legend and mystery; said to be the birthplace of King Arthur, you can still visit nearby Merlin's Cave. Set high on the rugged North Cornwall coast, offering dramatic views.

South Coast > Truro
Research your Cornish family history with the Cornwall Family History Society which maintains a research library in Truro and online website for members and the general public.

Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley > Saltash
Wonderfully preserved Tudor house situated in the Tamar Valley. Formally planted terraces, 'Valley Garden', medieval stewpond and dovecote, plus upper garden and orchards which offer great opportunities for exploring.

West Cornwall
One of Britain’s best loved landmarks, famous for its unique location and beautiful scenery. Cliff top trails, breathtaking views, pay-as-you-go family attractions, shopping village, restaurant and cafés.  

West Cornwall > St Just
One of Cornwall’s most iconic places, and a location in BBC’s Poldark. The famous Crowns engine houses of Botallack Mine cling dramatically to the foot of the cliffs.