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The Cornwall and west Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Site is the largest industrial World Heritage Site in the UK. It includes ten stunning landscape areas each with unique characters and a number of attractions.

South Coast > Truro
An inspirational garden with varied woodland planting, mixed borders with bright summer and autumn flowers together with exotic perennials. Perched at the head of the Fal Estuary, Trelissick boasts jaw-dropping views.

West Cornwall
A wildlife sanctuary with tropical birds in exotic gardens and a huge Jungle Barn indoor play area for children. Set around sheltered Victorian gardens, it's a great day out for all the family.

Cornwall
Diving in Falmouth Bay and along the Lizards eastern coastline offers a wonderful variety of sites, many rich in marine life. The Manacles Reef, one of the most famous dive sites in the UK, is home to at least 50 wrecks including the SS Mohegan.

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.

Cornwall
Miracle has been touring original, inventive theatre across the UK since 1979. A mixture of classic works and new writing; funny, highly visual and intensely dramatic. It is one of Britain’s foremost outdoor theatre companies with a reputation for entertaining

Cornwall
Award winning Camel Valley Vineyard, in Bodmin, Cornwall, produces red, white and sparkling wines. Tours, tastings, wine by the bottle or glass are available.

West Cornwall > Lands End
Cornish artist Amanda Richardson hand dyes fabrics to create textile collages of details of landscape: rocks, water and plants.  Her studio near the Land’s End is surrounded by a garden that provides inspiration for her art.