If you’re heading to Cornwall with children, you certainly won’t be short of things to do. There are a range of attractions in Cornwall that are ideal for children, which can make deciding where to go a little bit difficult. To help, we’ve listed eight of the best.
- Eden Project – The Eden Project is one of the most well known, and most popular, attractions in Cornwall. It’s ideal for visitors of all ages, especially children. The Eden Project boasts beautiful gardens, foliage, tropical plants and large biodomes.
- Pirate’s Quest – Find out all there is to know about pirates at Cornwall’s Pirate’s Quest. There’s a tonne to see and do at Pirate’s Quest, including treasure maps to follow and codes to break.
- Cornish Seal Sanctuary – You won’t just find seals at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary, you’ll find a whole host of other animals too. This includes sea lions, otters, penguins and even sheep, goats and ponies.
- Healey’s Cyder Farm – At Healey’s Cyder Farm, we have a lot of things for children to see and do. There’s farm yard animals, tractor rides, guided tours and a fantastic restaurant. We take pride in having enough on to keep you busy for an entire day.
- Blue Reef Aquarium – Who wouldn’t enjoy a visit to one of the best aquariums? Blue Reef Aquarium has long been one of the top things to do in Cornwall with kids and it’s easy to see why. You’ll find bright and colourful fish, turtles, reef sharks and more. There’s something to interest children of any age, from toddlers to teenagers.
- Newquay Zoo – Newquay Zoo really is one of the top things to do in Cornwall with kids, especially if you have young animal lovers. There’s a whole host of interesting animals at Newquay Zoo and there’s a lot of activities to enjoy. Try and plan your visit around feeding times and the educational sessions.
- Flambards Theme Park – If it’s an adrenaline filled day out with the kids that you want, head to Flambards Theme Park. At Flambards Theme Park, you’ll find something for children of all ages. There’s roller coasters, play areas and even rides for the grown ups.
- Tintagel Castle – If you’re heading to Cornwall with slightly older children, you may want to check out Tintagel Castle. Steeped in history and drama, it’s a fantastic way to see a different side of Cornwall. As the birthplace of King Arthur and with Merlin’s Cave not too far away, it’ll interest any child who enjoys history.