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Tips for a rainy day in Cornwall – Group Travel
Specialist Inbound Group Tour Operator for Cornwall & Isles of Scilly
Tate St Ives – A perfect location to see the local art that became famous throughout the world.
National Trust Houses – Lanhydrock and Cotehele to name but two
Take a steam train ride – Looe Valley Line, Liskeard to Looe through the wooded Looe Valley
Eden Project – A popular day out when the weather isn’t so good.
Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro – Embraces Cornish Culture from the Bronze Age to modern day.
Truro Cathedral – with its spires soaring high above Cornwall’s capital.
Castles of Pendennis and St Mawes that protect the mouth of the river at Falmouth.
National Maritime Museum, Falmouth – presenting the history of the town with something to suit all ages.
Geevor Tin Mine – Tours of the 18th Century tunnels of the UK’s largest preserved mining site.
You can always just enjoy a delicious Cornish Cream Tea or sample a pint of Cornish beer; enjoy a local crab sandwich or Cornish pasty and wait for the sun to reappear!
We specialise in unique and personalised special interest tours of Cornwall for groups large and small, creating tours that focus on subjects and special events; as well as bespoke itineraries for schools, university and alumni groups.
The small town of Bodmin was once the county town of Cornwall until it lost that status to Truro. It is one of the oldest towns in Cornwall and the only town in Cornwall to be recorded in the Doomsday Book. St Petroc founded a monastery here and the 15th C church named after him […]
Fishing harbours at the foot of King Arthur’s Tintagel – Boscastle, Tintagel to Port Isaac Legends of King Arthur enrich the natural magic of a spectacularly wild, wave lashed coast. Among its most dramatic spectacles is Cornwall’s highest cliff, aptly called High Cliff. There are many sandy beaches, but most involve walks over fields or […]