Top 6 things to do this may in Cornwall
With lockdown finally easing many and of our local attractions are starting to re-open to the world – here are our top 6 things to do this May in Cornwall!
Opening on the 17th May, the Eden Project is back after being closed since December 2020!
A fantastic day out for you and your family – the Eden project offers a vast variety of exciting activities to keep you busy all day! Visit the Rainforest Biome and experience the wonders of the jungle and the heat of Brazil. Transport yourself to Australia, or even Greece and roam through the Mediterranean Biome. You’ll experience the sweet and fresh scents of blooming herbs and flowers. If you prefer to keep yourself in Cornwall, meander through the wild Cornish gardens that’ll take you down the quiet paths above the biomes.
Timed ticketing slots for all visitors have been introduced to maintain effective social distancing, so to book your tickets and find out more click here.
2.NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM CORNWALL
Take a deep breath and get ready to dive into the depths of the ocean! Discover the monsters that prowl our deepest oceans. The National Maritime Museum in Falmouth is reopening on the 17Th May with its Monsters of the Deep: Science fact and fiction exhibition.
To pre-book your tickets and time slots click here and remember last entry is 3.30pm.
3.CORNISH SEAL SANCTUARY
Take a trip over to Gweek and meet the animals being taken care of by the wonderful staff at Cornwall’s only seal hospital. Open 5 days a week, Wednesdays through Saturdays, explore the ins and outs of what it takes to become a marine expert and meet the individuals behind the sanctuary.
Pre-book your tickets by clicking here.
Transport yourself back to the 18th century and discover what life was like for prisoners in 1779. If you’re interested in unique Victorian architecture or wanting to take a trip back in time Bodmin jail is the place to go.
Click here to book your tickets today.
Take a trip over to Newquay zoo and meet all your favourite animals! From Lions to Penguins and Sloths to Birds there are so many friendly faces for you to meet.
Although the Gems of the Jungle and Tropical house exhibits are still closed there is still so much fun to be had! The Madagascan walkthrough and African Savannah exhibits are not ones to miss, and the oriental Garden and Village Farm are a must!
There are also plenty of eateries to grab a takeaway drinks or snacks whilst at the zoo! If you would prefer to bring your own lunch, there are a number of lovely spots available for you to enjoy a picnic!
To pre book you tickets click here.
Jam packed with activities; Adrenalin Quarry in Liskeard has famously been throwing people off cliffs since 2009. For all your adrenalin needs, the quarry plenty of heart racing activities to do! It has an aquapark, go karting track, a giant swing and zip wire. There’s plenty of activities to keep the whole family entertained!
With free entry and parking to the quarry, all you need to pay for are the activities!
To view the opening times and book your tickets click here.