Most attractions are open, some still have Covid-19 measures in place.
There is sometimes a requirement to pre-book timed tickets to avoid over crowding and to ensure social distancing can be maintained – we will try to stay up to date with the changes and keep these details as accurate as possible. Visit Cornwall are keeping their website up to date with details of what is open. https://www.visitcornwall.com/
Some of our local venues are outlined below:
National Trust - Trelissick House
The car park, countryside and gardens are open. Visitors no longer need to book before a visit. Trelissick House
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
The Lost Gardens of Heligan have re-opened. Pre-booking a timed ticket is still required. Heligan
Trebah Gardens have re-opened. Pre-booking a timed ticket is still required. Trebah Gardens
The Minack Theatre
The Minack Theatre has reopened. Pre-booked timed tickets is still advised. Minack
Tintagel Castle is open. Pre-booked timed tickets is still highly recommended. Tintagel Castle
National Maritime Museum, Falmouth
The National Maritime Museum is open, pre-booking tickets is highly recommended. https://nmmc.co.uk/
30 April 2022 – Trevithick Day.
A celebration of Camborne and its most famous son, Richard Trevithick. Steam engines, a steam parade, bands and choirs, street entertainers. https://trevithickday.org.uk/
2 May 2022 – Obby Oss
Padstow Obby Oss is an ancient May Day celebration with the Old Oss and Blue Ribbon Oss roaming the streets of Padstow. There is music and lots of entertainment for all the family.
7 May 2022 – Helston Flora Day
The traditional celebration of the end of winter and the arrival of spring. A day of music, dancing and entertainment. The Flora Dance, Mummers’ Play and Ancient Furry Dance through the streets of Helston. http://helstonfloraday.org.uk
28 May – 5 June 2022 Open Studios Cornwall.
Over the bank holiday many artists throw open the doors to their art studios to showcase their work. An opportunity to meet painters, potters, printmakers, sculptors, jewellery designers and illustrators. http://openstudioscornwall.co.uk
9-11 June 2022 Royal Cornwall Show.
For two centuries the Royal Cornwall Show has been at the heart of the county’s calendar. Farm animals, activities, entertainment and a traditional steam fair – there is something for everyone. http://royalcornwallshow.org
18 June 2022 Truro Pride
Cornwall Pride is the largest celebration of diversity in Cornwall. History and adult education. Raising awareness, in sharing solidarity in Love is Love & Peace! https://cornwallpride.org/
23-29 July 2022 Charlestown Regatta.
Centred on the restored historic Georgian harbour this regatta brings together locals and visitors. Live music, raft races and grand carnival and flora dance culminating in a musical finale; Regatta Rocks. http://charlestownregatta.org
29 -31 July 2022 Rock Oyster Festival.
A celebration of great Cornish Food – great farming, seafood, music, paddleboarding, a forest school and circus skills – something for everyone. http://rockoysterfestival.co.uk
14 – 20 August 2022 Fowey Royal Regatta.
An historic regatta once patronised by Queen Victoria. A week of sailing with a carnival procession, fireworks, music, giant pasty ceremony and crab catching competitions.http://foweyregatta.co.uk
28 October 2022 Falmouth Oyster Festival.
A celebration of Cornish seafood and the start of the Oyster season (October to March). Excellent Cornish food and drink on offer. http://falmouthoysterfestival.co.uk