Lots of attractions are open.
Due to Cornwall’s popularity it is sometimes advisable to pre-book timed tickets to avoid disappointment – we will try to stay up to date 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. Pre-booking a timed ticket is still recommended, particularly during school holidays. Heligan
Trebah Gardens. Trebah Gardens are open Saturday to Wednesday from 10 am. 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. The bridge and castle sometimes have to close during adverse weather, it is always worth checking before travelling up there. Tintagel Castle
National Maritime Museum, Falmouth
The National Maritime Museum is open, pre-booking tickets is highly recommended. https://nmmc.co.uk/
21 – 23 April 2023 Porthleven Food Festival.
The annual, award winning, free-to-attend, three day food festival held in Porthleven. Presented in partnership with the acclaimed chef Jude Kereama from Kota and Kota Kai restaurant. https://www.porthlevenfoodfestival.com
22 April – 5 May 2023 Roseland Festival.
A festival of walks, talks, music, crafts, food and drink events on the stunning Roseland peninsular. https://www.roselandfestival.co.uk/
5 May 2023 Helston Flora Day.
This ancient festival is usually held on 8th May but has been moved this year due to King Charles III’s coronation. It is a spring festival that celebrates the end of winter and marks the arrival of new vitality and fertility – a celebration of flowers and dance. https://helstonfloraday.org.uk/
8 – 10 June 2023 The Royal Cornwall Show.
Cornwall’s biggest annual event full of exhibits, activities and entertainment at the Royal Cornwall Showground. Tickets are now on sale. https://www.royalcornwallshow.org
16 – 18 June 2023 Falmouth Classics Regatta.
The best classic boat regatta comes to Falmouth for a prestigious three-days of racing, parades and onshore events. https://www.falmouthclassics.org.uk
25 June – 1 July 2023 Mevagissey Feast Week.
Celebrating since 1754. A community festival packed full of entertainment. Crab catching on the harbour, fishing boat races, dancing along the streets in the traditional flora dance, shanty singing and fireworks. http://www.mevagisseyfeastweek.org.uk
13 – 19 August 2023 Fowey Regatta and Carnival Week.
One of the best local regattas in the country. Racing, a midweek carnival and a spectacular fireworks display over the harbour. https://foweyregatta.co.uk
15 – 18 August 2023 Falmouth Tall Ships Regatta 2023
The tall ships are coming back to Falmouth after a break of nine years. Falmouth will once again host the start of the prestigious Tall Ships Race, Magellan Elcano. https://www.falmouth.co.uk/tallships
26 August 2023 Truro Pride.
Between February and September there will be arrange of Pride events held across the Duchy with Truro Pride being themed LGBTQ+ history and improving adult education. https://propercornwall.co.uk/events/cornwall-pride-2023
9 – 23 September 2023 St Ives September Festival.
A two-week festival of music, art and poetry by the sea. https://www.stivesseptemberfestival.co.uk