A fitting royal destination to satiate every traveler’s pursuit, this land of Dukes and Duchess is a popular tourist destination ornamented with castles, theme parks, museums, heritage architecture and natural woodlands. Here are 10 reasons why you must visit this regal destination.
1. Visitors will enjoy a visit to the multi award-winning Dairyland Farm in Newquay if they are looking for some country-side fun. Here you can, feed the animals, set out on a farm trail or ride one of the ponies. Visitors can also learn the quirky art of milking a cow here. This is a great option for families with kids.
2. Visitors can witness the glory of a sub-tropical forest valley with abundant floral displays or wander through the expansive Victorian grounds at the Lost Gardens of Heligan. A wildlife conservatory, beautiful woodlands and country-side trails pack more adventure into this charming Cornish attraction.
3. The Newquay Zoo is an ingeniously modelled tropical rainforest where exotic wildlife species thrive. Circumscribed by beautiful gardens and lakes, this highly acclaimed zoo is perpetually upgrading its collection of wild inhabitants and conducting regular in-house events.
4. Tintagel Castle offers a gripping account of Cornwall’s rich historical legacy. Situated on a breathtaking coastline, the precipitous steps and stone walls of this 13th century architectural marvel reminisce of the glorious mysteries of King Arthur and other members of royalty.
5. An iconic cultural heritage, the Minack Theatre has burgeoned from a native village performance arena to a state-of-the-art auditorium. This cliff side theatre has frequent audio-visual screenings, performances and an extensive exhibition center accounting the laurels of this major tourist hotspot.
6. The Colossal Cornish Market World at St. Austell has an array of regular and bizarre goods on offer. Flowers, foods, home accessories, cookware, souvenirs and porcelain creations are some of the items on display. Here, visitors can haggle with the vendors for some great bargains.
7. Explore the history of satellites at Goonhilly Satellite Earth Station, the world’s oldest Satellite station. Get informative trivia on communication at the Visitor Center or take a guided bus tour around the 60 colossal satellites.
8. Visit the National Maritime Museum for striking exhibits of boats, cruises and other sea memorabilia. The audio-visuals, ferry rides and splendid view offering tower complete the marine experience.
9. Combine five tourist attractions at the Land’s End at Penzance. Visitors will enjoy shopping in the country-side and can even catch theatre shows and exhibitions complete with props and costumes while in the locale.
10. The Flambards Victorian Village and Gardens is a destination brimming with amusements from theme rides, gardens and live entertainment to quintessentially Victorian archetypes- the carriages and street vendors. Tourists are sure to enjoy a visit here.
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