Activities in Cornwall, Attractions, Emma, I love Cornwall, Our day out, Places, Things to do in Cornwall
It’s my husband’s 50th birthday. I needed something iconically Cornish and exceedingly memorable for his special day. I also wanted to go somewhere we had never been before. Perhaps surprisingly, I settled on Padstow Christmas Market and a visit to the Padstow Lobster Hatchery.
December can’t be the most fun time of year to have a birthday. But some years there are definite advantages to the festive season and all the additional activities on offer. As December days out in Cornwall go, I think we hit on a great one.
I think most people would agree that the Eden Project is probably Cornwall’s most popular attraction. At least the most well known attraction in Cornwall. I’ve been before and it’s likely that I’ll return again and again. But is it worth visiting the Eden Project in winter when there’s rain in the air and I’ve got my elderly mother in tow?
Wheal Martyn is Cornwall’s China Clay Museum. It’s a Victorian clay works telling just part of Cornwall’s mining history. Beyond the storytelling of the museum it has built up a sizeable family attraction with indoor and outdoor exhibitions as well as activities and trails to keep everyone in the family entertained.