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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.

South Coast > St. Mawes
Among the best-preserved of Henry VIII's coastal artillery fortresses, and the most elaborately decorated of them all. One of the chain of forts built between 1539 and 1545 to counter an invasion threat from Catholic France and Spain.

South Coast > Falmouth
Falmouth's independent cinema, theatre, art gallery and archive. Promoting innovative art and education in Cornwall since 1833. The Poly hosts a varied programme of events throughout the year, as well as exhibitions.

Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley > Launceston
An unusual keep consisting of a 13th century round tower built by Richard, Earl of Cornwall, inside an earlier circular shell-keep. The tower top is now reached via a dark internal staircase.

North Coast > South Coast > West Cornwall
Cornwall boasts a 300 mile section of The South West Coast Path and the sheer variety of the Coast Path means that there are plenty of gentle stretches as well as dramatic headlands, steep coastal valleys, sheltered estuaries, busy harbours, intimate coves, mo

South Coast > Falmouth
Celebrating the sea, boats and Cornwall, this multi-award winning museum not only has 15 stunning galleries beautifully illustrating the past, present and future of this island nation but also offers a number of stunning exhibitions.

West Cornwall > Penzance
9 acres of woodland and ponds, a unique, quirky garden which is 50% for the people and 50 % for the wildlife. A place to unwind and recharge your batteries.

South Coast > Truro
Originally created to commemorate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, this garden is filled with exotic trees, shrubs and flowers. There's also a bandstand, during the summer, concerts are held.