There’s such a lot to see and do during the Easter holidays in Cornwall. Here are just some of our
Tate St Ives
Friday 31st March
The Tate St Ives has reopened after undergoing a major refurbishment, with a new exhibition The Studio and The Sea. Tate also has a full
Easter at Eden
1 – 17 April
This year at Eden a host of Easter activities are going on including team egg hunts, egg-themed games, the search for Golden Eggs, and fairground rides. There will also be live storytelling in the beautiful surroundings of the Citrus Grove. All activities are included in your Eden admission price. Visit the Eden Project website for more information.
Surf and Skate with Mount Hawke
1 – 17 April
Join Mount Hawke Surf Academy and Skate Park for a half day surf lesson and entry into the South West’s largest indoor skate park this Easter holiday.
Pirates Ahoy! at Pendennis Castle
3 – 27 April
Discover Pendennis’ pirate past through fun and games during the Easter holidays; climb the stone spiral staircase to take in the spectacular views over
Porthleven Food Festival
21 – 23 April
Now in its ninth year, Porthleven Food and Music Festival is well established. Attracting around 30,000 visitors in and around Porthleven’s stunning
Easter at Truro Cathedral
Enjoy a visit to Truro’s beautiful historic cathedral, with lots of different trails to follow and daily drop-in craft activities.
For more information visit Truro Cathedral's website.
National Maritime Museum
5 – 17 April
Ahoy there! Visit the National Maritime Museum for a bevy of sailing arts and crafts including how to make your own ship in a bottle., sea chests, sea maps and scrimshaw. There’s also a fascinating Captain Bligh exhibition, daily Easter trails, chocolate casting, pirate puppet shows and interactive live entertainment. Read more here.
The Minack Theatre
4 – 13 April
The classic, uplifting story of Goodnight Mister Tom is being performed at The Minack