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Attractions South West covers some of the best visitor attractions available within the county of Cornwall. The attractions within this Cornwall section are covered by listing them with a small description, directions, web site link if available, and interactive map link to show its location within the county.

You can use the interactive map link wherever you see the map id & compass sign within the visitor attraction details box. This map will show the attraction's approximate position within the county. Then if you want to know what's located nearby all you have to do is click on another of the county's map id numbers. Also if available the attraction's web site will be indicated by the 2visit web link sign.

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Details of some of the Tourist Information Centres in Cornwall are available by clicking here!

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St Michael's Mount
Enchanting island featuring a church, ancient harbour and medieval castle, home to the St Aubyn family for over 300 years.

Features: Island Cafe, Shop, The Sail Loft Restaurant

Directions: Marazion, Off A394, Nr Penzance

Tel: 01736 710507
Map id: 19
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Tate Art Gallery (St Ives)
Tate St Ives is from a family of four galleries throughout England presenting British and modern art.

Features: The Tate St Ives Cafe, Shop

Directions: St Ives

Tel: 01736 796226
Map id: 21
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Tintagel Castle
Myth & Mystery - These 13th century castle remains with some breathtaking views has been associated with King Arthur and Merlin the magician.

Directions: Tintagel Head, Tintagel, Off the A39 Nr Camelford

Tel: 01840 770328
Map id: 22
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Trebah Garden
Cornish ravine garden with unique collection of rare and exotic plants, trees and shrubs winding down to a private and secluded beach on the Helford River.

Features: The Planters Cafe, Gallery Shop

Directions: Nr Mawnan Smith, Follow brown tourism signs to Trebah

Tel: 01326 250448
Map id: 23
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Trelissick Garden
These tranquil gardens are positioned at the head of the Fal estuary.

Features: Trelissick Barn Restaurant

Directions: On B3289, Feock, South of Truro

Tel: 01872 862090
Map id: 24
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China Clay Country Park
A 26-acre open air country park and industrial museum with working waterwheels and an interactive gallery. Learn how china clay has shaped the world, look into the working modern pit and walk through the reclaimed mining landscape. Hands on children's activities and quizzes.

Features: Cafe, Shop

Directions: Country Park is in the village of Carthew, On the B3274, 2 miles North of St Austell

Tel: 01726 850362
Map id: 26
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DairyLand Farm World
All weather attraction providing family entertainment including the Bull Pen land of adventure.

Features: Clarabelle's Kitchen

Directions: On A3058, Nr Newquay

Tel: 01872 510246
Map id: 0
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Bodmin & Wenford Railway
Enjoy a 13 mile round trip through the lovely Cornish scenery on the only standard gauge railway in Cornwall that still operates steam locomotives.

Features: First Class Dining Coach

Directions: Bodmin, On the A30

Tel: 0845 1259678
Map id: 0
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Porthcurno Telegraph Museum
See and find out about early telecommunications technology and how the nerve centre of Victorian telegraphy came to be sited on the remote and beautiful Cornish coastline.

Features: Museum shop

Directions: Porthcurno, Off the A30, Nr Land's End

Tel: 01736 810966
Map id: 0
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The Cornish Cyder Farm
Cornish cyder maker and farm attraction. With guided tours and tractor rides.

Features: Mowhay's Restaurant, Farm Shop

Directions: Penhallow, On the A3075, Just off the A30, Nr Truro

Tel: 01872 573356
Map id: 0
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The Tamar Valley Donkey Park
Cornish Donkey Park Sanctuary and home to other animals including Goats, Guinea Pigs and Chickens set in acres of space with breathtaking views.

Features: Holly's Cafe, Play Barn, Gift Shop

Directions: Off the A390 Tavistock to Callington Road

Tel: 01822 834072
Map id: 0
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Trethorne Leisure Park
Family fun park and farm includes pony rides, lamb feeding, trampolines, slides, crazy golf and a ten pin bowling centre.

Features: Restaurant, Jolly Roger's Ball Blast

Directions: Just off the A30, 3 miles west of Launceston, on the junction with the A395.

Tel: 01566 86324
Map id: 0
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Pencarrow House & Gardens
The family home and gardens of the Molesworth-St Aubyn's .

Features: The Peacock Cafe,

Directions: Four miles north-west of Bodmin, signed off the A389 and B3266 at Washaway.

Tel: 01208 841369
Map id: 0
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Poldark Mine
Tin was mined at Poldark Mine between 1720 and 1780 and you too can take a tour in the footsteps of these historic miners. Visit the museum, the craft workshops or have some family fun with the amusements.

Features: Picnic Areas.

Directions: Two Miles from Helston on the B3297 to Redruth

Tel: 01326 573173
Map id: 0
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Holywell Bay Fun Park
Family fun day out at Holywell Bay Fun Park near Newquay, with karts, arcades, bumper boats and a magical maze.

Features: The Beach Diner

Directions: Off the A3075, Nr Newquay.

Tel: 01637 830095
Map id: 0
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