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Great places to visit in Newquay

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 1

Trerice Manor House

Trerice Manor House is an Elizabethan manor house which is owned by the National Trust which is located in Kestle Mill close to Newquay, in Cornwall, it sits at the end of a country lane and is surrounded by beautiful formal gardens, just perfect for a those who love to take lazy walks

Crealy Great Adventure Parks 

Crealy Great Adventure Parks in Newquay one of two theme parks in the southwest of england based at Tredinnick between Wadebridge and Newquay. It was first established by Angela Wright MBE in 1989, with the aim of building a theme park that created what a country childhood was like.

The run in the sun festival

The run in the sun festival is held on the late May Bank Holiday and been established for 22 years and even today is proving as popular as ever. It was Originally established by the VW Owner’s Club, is a celebration of all things to do with Volkswagen and any other custom car enthusiasts However the festival has diversified and now boasts a diverse range of artists and musicians of from all over the world, however you need to bear in mind that tickets do sell out very quickly so you do need to get in there quickly

Oasis Swim Complex

If you and your family love swimming and you want somewhere to go when on holiday in Newquay that would really br fun for your whole family then the Oasis Swim Complex is the place to visit is the ideal attraction for the family whatever the weather! With its amazing indoor and outdoor pools you will have fabulous fun.

The Lusty Glaze Adventure Centre 

The Lusty Glaze Adventure Centre is situated at lusty glaze beach and a great place to go If you have a taste for adventure and is surrounded by fantastic scenery on the coast of north Cornwall Located on the outskirts of Newquay, this beach ‘village’ is a fantastic attraction with a whole host of things going on for all the family

Tunnels Through Time

Tunnels Through Time is fantastic museum that unlocks the rich history, of Cornwall and all the myths and legends that surround this wonderful part of the world Tunnels through time is an attraction you can visit no matter the weather and guides tourists through a wonderful winding journey through the ages of time, from the Arthurian legends to the tin miners and smugglers of the 18th century that were drawn to the shores of Cornwall

The Lappa Valley Steam Railway

The Lappa valley steam railway was Originally opened in 1849 as a mineral line from Newquay to East Wheal Rose. The railway later became part of the Great Western Railway’s Newquay to Chacewater branch line but was closed in 1963 after the cutbacks in the British railway system by Dr Beeching. The Lappa Valley Steam railway Offers a lovely narrow-guage steam train ride through the amazing countryside Cornwall

The Blue Reef Aquarium 

The Blue Reef Aquarium in Newquay is a great place to take the family when you are on holiday there. It gives people the opportunity to get really close to some of the most spectacular creatures of the deep. Inside the aquarium is an enormous tank that has an underwater walkway which allows visitors the opportunity to walk along and see close at hand the wealth of marine life that is usually inaccessible to those that don't go deep-sea diving.



May 8, 2012 4:03am
I would like to visit the Blue Reef Aquarium in Newquay
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