Welcome to Cornwall
With its dramatic coastline, beautiful beaches and picturesque villages, it's no wonder Cornwall remains one of the most popular counties to visit in the UK. Whether you're a visitor or resident, take the time to really explore this land full of legends and heritage - it's surprising what you'll find. So step out onto the wild moor, grab a surfboard, enjoy some fine dining by the sea or just sit back, relax and admire the endless views. Cornwall has it all.
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Standing tall upon a cliff top with sweeping views of the stunning Cornish coastline, it’s not hard to see why Polhawn Fort was officially named as the UK’s Best Coastal Venue for 2016. With the option to tie the knot within the sturdy Fort‘s walls or outside at the Summerhouse with the glistening sea below, whether you’re looking for a grand or informal feel, your perfect wedding venue awaits.
The Regal Redruth
Blending the latest blockbuster hits with events on screen and live stage performances, The Regal Redruth is redefining entertainment on a local level. After re-opening in the summer of 2013 following the completion of a £1.5m overhaul, this Art Deco landmark is home to five modern cinema auditoria, a magnificent live theatre, alongside three bars and a restaurant.
Camel Creek Adventure Park
Hold on tight; prepare to get wet and practice your scream - Camel Creek Adventure Park offers a great day out in Cornwall for thrill seeking families. Nestled within acres of glorious Cornish countryside just outside Wadebridge, the adventure park is home to a range of rides and indoor play areas suitable for toddlers through to teenagers.
Built in 1779 for King George III, the construction of the jail required around 20,000 tons of granite, which was transported from the ‘Cuckoo Quarry’ in Bodmin by the prisoners themselves. Since that time it has played many important parts in history, including the safe holding of state papers and the Domesday Book during the First World War and protecting the Crown Jewels.