Things to do in CornwallPublished: 2nd May 2017
Come rain or shine Flambards has plenty on offer throughout the summer for the whole family. Flambards is Cornwall's leading family attraction with rides for all ages, family fun and entertainment. Don’t forget to visit the award-winning and unique exhibitions including the Victorian Village and Britain in the Blitz.
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For the little ones, head to One2Eleven situated directly next door to Flambards in Helston, Cornwall. It is the perfect indoor play for energetic toddlers and children seeking fun play activities in a creative setting.
For a cuteness overload and to experience animal welfare in action, head to Cornwall’s only Seal Sanctuary and rescue centre. Hear about dramatic rescues and meet the seal and sea lion characters whose individual stories are brought to life during your visit. Find out more here.
Sometimes it’s the simplest things that are the most fun and what better way to enjoy the beach, than building a sand castle with the whole family. Use buckets and spades to help shape the sand and don’t forget to add those shells as decoration.
Discover a whole new bunch of creatures along Newquay’s shoreline as you check out the fascinating marine life that inhabits the rock pools. Keep your eyes peeled for Tompot Blenny fish, Prawns, Velvet Swimming Crabs and the mighty Pipefish.
It would be absurd to come to Cornwall and not indulge in a delicious Cornish pasty. Pick up a traditional steak or if that doesn’t tickle your fancy there are usually several different flavours to choose from. If you’re heading to Flambards for the day, then stop off at our café and pick one up.
Whether you’re looking for an afternoon stroll to take you to a beautiful view, or for a challenge like no other for the whole family, the South West Coast Path offers lots of different trails around Cornwall showing you spectacular views at its best.
There’s no sunset like a Cornish sunset, and there are so many spots to catch the perfect one. Head to Porthleven beach near Helston and check out the beautiful picturesque harbour. You'll also find some fab eating spots here.
The famous Cornish cream tea is a must-do while in Cornwall and you can grab one of these at Flambards. Just remember to build it up the Cornish way, jam first and then a large dollop of delicious Cornish clotted cream.