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Attractions in Fowey Cornwall

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Number of results: 24

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  1. Polruan Blockhouse

    POLRUAN

    The blockhouses were built on either side of the harbour mouth around 1380. A chain was hung between both to prevent undesirable ships entering the harbour.

  2. Fowey Museum

    Fowey

    Local social and family history of Fowey. Civic regalia, costumes, weapons and more.

  3. Wingz Bird Sanctuary

    Par

    Endangered and unusual birds as well as meerkats, chipmunks,wallabys and other unusual animals.

  4. Treffry Viaduct

    St Blazey, St Austell

    Dual purpose viaduct/aqueduct built between c1839 and c1842, 90ft high, 670ft long. Carried tramway for local mines. Idyllic picnic spot.

  5. St Austell Brewery Visitor Centre

    ST AUSTELL

    Take a tour around Cornwall's oldest independent family Brewery, established for over 150 years. Many original traditions & skills remain at the heart of our beers today. Follow the brewing process from raw ingredients through to samplin

  6. Wheal Martyn China Clay Country Park

    St Austell

    Set within the 26 acres of 2 former 19th century china clay works, Wheal Martyn takes you through the story of production from 1800 to today.

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  7. Eden Project

    Bodelva, St Austell

    Dubbed the 'Eighth Wonder of the World' by some, the Eden Project  is a dramatic global garden housed in tropical biomes that nestle in a crater the size of 30 football pitches.

  8. St Catherine's Castle

    Fowey

    A small 16th century fort situated at the harbour entrance built by Henry VIII to defend Fowey harbour. It is accessible on foot from Readymoney Cove and entry is free.

  9. Tregrehan

    Par, St Austell

    Large woodland garden created over the last 200 years, forming an exotic green gene bank of known source plants, in a temperate rainforest. Also fine glasshouse range in more formal walled garden area. Open for groups any time by arrangement.

  10. Lost Gardens of Heligan

    Pentewan

    Discover the mysteries of The Lost Gardens, on an exploration through Victorian productive gardens & pleasure grounds, a sub-tropical jungle, pioneering wildlife project and more.

  11. Fowey Aquarium

    Fowey

    A collection of fish and sea life from the local waters around Fowey.

  12. Duchy of Cornwall Nursery

    Lostwithiel

    Often described as a 'series of specialist nurseries in one', especially for fuchsias, camellias, conifers, trees, shrubs and perennials. A large nursery with a personal and friendly touch. A plant lover's paradise.

  13. Marsh Villa Gardens

    Tywardreath

    Discover three acres of beautiful gardens that boast vibrant beauty throughout every season.

  14. Bodmin Jail

    Bodmin

    Discover life behind bars as an 18th Century prisoner in the heart of Cornwall. Explore the many cells and features that make your visit to the Jail a fun and educational, and just a little bit scary, adventure!

  15. Pinetum Gardens

    St Austell

    A 30 acre plantsmans paradise! Over 6000 rare & unusual plants - all labelled. Colourful, inspired planting. Herbaceous borders. Several water features, shrubberies, formal garden, cottage garden, pinetum, arboretum, Japanese garden, lake.

  16. Restormel Castle

    Lostwithiel

    Surrounded by a deep, dry moat and perched on a high mound, the huge circular keep of this Norman castle survives in good condition.

  17. Coulson Park

    Lostwithiel

    Coulson Park is beside the River Fowey. There is a swing and climbing frames. Ball games can be played in the park and there is free parking.

  18. Lanhydrock House and Garden

    Bodmin

    One of the most beautiful National Trust properties in Cornwall, Lanhydrock House and gardens are a must-see all year round. Superbly set in wooded parkland of 1,000 acres and encircled by a garden of rare shrubs and trees.

  19. Boconnoc

    Lostwithiel

    Boconnoc is 3 miles east of Lostwithiel. The grounds are the largest park in Cornwall and the parish church of Boconnoc can be found there.

  20. Cardinham Woods

    Bodmin

    Cardinham is a beautiful mixed woodland, popular with local dog walkers, cyclists, and horse riders. Waymarked trails will take you deep into the woods to discover stunning viewpoints and intriguing history.