West Cornwall has an abundance of sub-tropical gardens and a rich heritage of iconic visitor attractions.
From the iconic landmarks such as the tidal island of St Michael's Mount, with its ancient cobbled causeway that visitors can stroll across at low-tide, with a castle at its summit, or Rowena Cade's Minack Theatre, a cliffside, open-air theatre with views over Porthcurno, to the exotic and sub-tropical landscape of Tremenheere Sculpture Garden spanning over 22 acres, there are a wide variety of attractions to visit in the local area.
Overlooking Porthmeor Beach, the Tate St Ives showcases modern British art from local artists and those with links to the seaside town. As well as seasonal exhibitions and shows, the Tate offers free guided tours on a daily basis, family trails and activities.
Known for its exotic collection of plants, as well as spectacular views that look out over Mount's Bay towards the Lizard. Throughout the year there are plenty of activities to enjoy, from guided walks to seasonally themed family events.
Rowena Cade's, world-famous outdoor theatre, hand built into the cliffs overlooking the Atlantic, has been showcasing drama, musicals and opera for over 80 years. Alongside performances, the Minack has become well known for its subtropical garden and expansive views over the Atlantic.
Sitting right on our doorstep, the magical tidal island of St Michael's Mount id one of Cornwall's most famous attractions. Travel by boat or walk the causeway and discover a truly unique day of exploring the village, harbour, castle and garden.