Have you been to Cornwall? Believe it or not, but Cornwall is an amazing holiday destination for the whole family, and is packed with fun activities- whether you want to get off the beaten path or just spend some time at the beach.
Blue Chip Holidays has put together a list of some of the must-visit destinations and attractions that the whole family will love. Here are some top choices if you’re planning a holiday in Cornwall:
The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic
This museum is home to the largest collection of magical pieces in the world. Whether it relates to the occult, magic, or witchcraft, you’ll find it here, making it the perfect choice if you’re hoping to find something a little different on your trip.
This museum was established in Boscastle in 1961. It houses more than 3,000 magical items, including dolls, curses, charms, and trinkets. As a result, this independent museum is one of Cornwall’s most popular, and works to preserve magical practice through the educational exhibitions it puts on.
Located in Newquay, Fistral Beach is an excellent destination for those who love watersports. It’s known as the home of British surfing due to its quality and consistent waves. Both spectators and surfers will love the many things to see and do here, and the International Surfing Center is full of restaurants, cafes, and businesses. Whether you plan to do some surfing or would just like to check out the incredible scenery at Fistral Beach, you’ll find something for everyone here.
The Shipwreck and Heritage Centre
Love learning about maritime history? This centre has one of Europe’s largest private collections of historical and shipwreck artefacts on display. You’ll be able to see artefacts from more than 150 shipwrecks, but there are also a number of exhibitions which will teach you about the history of Charleston, the China Clay industry, and village life.
If you haven’t yet head of the Eden Project, you’ve been missing out. As one of the most popular attractions in Cornwall, you’ll be able to keep the entire family occupied for at least a morning or afternoon. This place is packed full of exotic plans and fruits, along with the largest indoor rainforest in the world.
Don’t miss the botanical garden outside, where you’ll find plenty of plants and wildlife which are native to the UK and Cornwall. There are also plenty of family-friendly events here throughout the year, including the Festival of Light and Sound during winter and music festivals during summer.