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A little further

If you don’t mind spending slightly longer in the car, there is an array of exciting attractions in Cornwall just waiting to be explored! Discover more about Cornwall’s maritime history at The National Maritime Museum, immerse yourself in a tropical climate at The Eden Project, or wander The Lost Gardens of Heligan to discover the treasures within…

A view into Falmouth Harbour with various boats and dock side buildings. Logos and boat livery removed.

14 miles

National Maritime Museum

Nestled right by the sea in the colourful town of Falmouth, the museum aspires “to bring new and diverse perspectives to maritime issues and highlight their relevance to the present day”. Showcasing 15 galleries, a boatbuilding workshop, interaction exhibitions that change regularly as well as artwork, maps, charts and more, this popular attraction is sure to delight young and old. They host plenty of special events throughout the year, great for entertaining children during the school holidays! When you’ve finished exploring the museum, you will also find lots of shops, restaurants, cafés and beaches in Falmouth, should you fancy making a day trip of your visit!

Crowned Lemur Stock Photo

19 miles

Newquay Zoo

A firm favourite with families, Newquay Zoo boasts hundreds of exotic animals as well as familiar furry faces. Expect to discover otters, armadillos, zebras, parrots, monkeys, snakes and lnyx…to name just a few! There is plenty to enjoy including special events and regular feeding times and talks where you can learn more about the critters who call Newquay Zoo home. You’re welcome to bring your own picnic to the zoo which you can enjoy in their picnic areas, or you’ll find a café onsite, as well as a delightful gift shop for picking up a special animal themed souvenir.

A beautiful view of a lake in the Jungle area of the Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall, UK.

28 miles

Lost Gardens of Heligan

An award-winning gardens, The Lost Gardens of Heligan invite you to take a step back in time and lose yourself in Europe’s largest garden restoration. Set out along winding paths to enjoy the gardens that await, including Victorian productive gardens, pleasure grounds and a jungle experience. See if you can find the The Giant’s Head, Mud Maid and Grey Lady hidden amongst the foliage, as well as a whole variety of enthralling wildlife, such as kingfishers and hummingbird hawkmoths!

Eden Project - Cornwall

35 miles

The Eden Project

Once a former clay mine that had left the landscape barren, The Eden Project is now a vibrant global garden that lets you take a thrilling journey around the natural world. Grab your explorer’s hat and trek through the incredible biomes where you can explore the world’s largest indoor rainforest. Immerse yourself in the Mediterranean biome before enjoying the extensive outdoor gardens and a variety of art and thought-provoking performance pieces. The whole site is buggy friendly so great for those with little ones in tow and you will find a café onsite where you can enjoy some tasty treats.

Stay Closer

A Short Drive

Don’t fancy being cooped up in the car for too long? Don’t panic, there is lots on offer just a short drive from Trengove Farm! From the picture-perfect St Ives to the pretty Enys Gardens, there is plenty to keep you entertained.

Head to the sea

Local Beaches

From stretches of golden sand to rugged coastlines, Cornwall has plenty of stunning coastal spots to choose from. Whether you want a relaxing trip to the seaside or a thrilling cliffside walk, you’ll be spoilt for choice!