There's always lots to do on a holiday in Cornwall and during Easter there is even more to do. That's why we have compiled a list of some of our favourite things to do in Cornwall this Easter.
1. The Railway Children at the Minack Theatre
The Railway Children is a heart-warming tale of an Edwardian family whose lives are turned upside down following the mysterious disappearance of their father. Don’t miss this well-loved & iconic family story performed on Cornwall's world famous stage this between April 3rd-14th. The Minack is a picturesque, one of a kind, open-air theatre and is worth a visit to see and explore even if you aren't able to see a showing of the play.
2. Easter Fun at Eden
From the 24th of March until the 15th of April Eden runs it's Easter programme including egg-hunts, games and even an obstacle course. The Eden Project also runs all it's other non-seasonal activities and is an excellent day out for the entire family. More info can be found here: www.edenproject.com
3. Enjoy the Beaches!
Perfect family fun can always be found on one of Cornwalls many glorious beaches. On your doorstep there's the beach in Mount's bay, then there's Perranuthnoe five minutes away to the east. Porthcurno and Sennen Cove lay to the West and less than 20 minutes away to the north is St Ives Bay!
Regardless of the direction you explore you'll come across a fantastic beach on which to relax, sunbathe, surf or explore.
4. Visit St. Michael's Mount
On your doorstep is an amazing and unique place to explore. An imposing sight with an amazingly rich history sits just 400 yards away from Marazion across the bay. It's an unmissable place to visit during your stay.Whilst the castle and gardens are closed until March, a visit here with a walk over to the Mount and stroll around the quaint harbour is a must.
5. Eat at Award Winning Restaurants
After a long day of exploring there is nothing better than resting and recharging whilst eating some excellent food. Luckily, Marazion plays host to several award winning restaurants that range from traditional pub food to freshly caught Cornish seafood dishes.Ben's Cornish Kitchen has previously won Regional Restaurant of the Year whilst the Godolphin Arms has won a gold standard in the Taste of South West England awards. These two are a must-visit during your stay. They create amazing dishes with locally sourced ingredients it's no wonder they've both been featured in leading national newspapers!