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England Travel Inspiration - Durgan, Mawnan near Falmouth, Cornwall. Cornwall England, Devon And Cornwall, England Uk, Falmouth Cornwall, Oxford England, Yorkshire England, Yorkshire Dales, London England, Oh The Places You'll Go

Durgan Beach

Durgan is a small, picturesque village near the mouth of the Helford River in Cornwall boasting two south-east facing beaches. Both are shingle and pebble beaches, sitting at the foot of the subtropical Glendurgan Gardens, from where beautiful views of the Helford can be enjoyed.

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Pendennis Head, Falmouth, Cornwall, UK

"Pendennis Castle is a castle in Cornwall, England, UK, built between 1540 and 1545 for King Henry VIII to guard the entrance to the River Fal on its west bank, near Falmouth. St Mawes Castle is its opposite number on the east bank and they were built to defend Carrick Roads from Spanish attack. The castle comprises a simple round tower and gate enclosed by a lower curtain wall. It is now in the care of English Heritage." Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pendennis_Castle

Glendurgan Garden in Falmouth Cornwall - Wander through this sub-tropical valley garden to a beach on the banks of the Helford River Falmouth England, Falmouth Cornwall, Cornwall England, Labyrinth Garden, Hedges, Maze, Devon, Perennials, Britain

Glendurgan Garden in Falmouth Cornwall - Wander through this sub-tropical valley garden to a beach on the banks of the Helford River

Glendurgan Garden - Wander through this sub-tropical valley garden to a beach on the banks of the Helford River Mawnan Smith near Falmouth TR11 5JZ

Heartlands - exhibitions, sculptures, gardens and playscapes - Days Out In Cornwall, Things To Do In Cornwall, Cornwall Surfing, Cornwall Beaches, Seaside Village, Cornwall England, World Heritage Sites, Stuff To Do, Places To Go

Heartlands Cornish visitor attraction and Mining World Heritage Site

Heartlands, a 19-acre Mining World Heritage Site, is a family friendly visitor attraction that embodies Cornish culture. Fun for all ages!

Experience Cornish mining heritage at our former working mine. Step back in time to discover the history of tin mining in Cornwall. Cornish Tin Mines, Falmouth, England, Museum, Europe, King, History, Historia

Discover Cornish tin mining at former working mine

Experience Cornish mining heritage at our former working mine. Step back in time to discover the history of tin mining in Cornwall. Visit us in all weathers.

Built for King George III in Bodmin Jail is an all weather, family attraction that includes a licensed bar and restaurant, split over six levels. Falmouth, King George, Historical Sites, Ghosts, Cornwall, 18th Century, Prison, Attraction, Fair Grounds

Cornwall Historical Sites and Attractions

Explore Bodmin Jail, one of Cornwall’s top historical sites and visitor attraction. Book online.

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The Jamaica Inn

All About Cornwall, an up to date guide to Cornwall, providing useful information on everything you want to know about Cornwall

Cornwall is a ceremonial county and unitary authority area of England within the United Kingdom. St Mawes Castle [c] English Heritage Cornwall England, Yorkshire England, London England, Oxford England, Yorkshire Dales, Beautiful Castles, Beautiful Places, Great Places, Places To See

Attractions Cornwall

All About Cornwall, our guide to Cornwall including information on attractions and days out in Cornwall including castels, manor houses, ruins and Mines and everything you want to know about Cornwall

Tanglewood Wild Garden is home to a vast array of wildlife, squirrels, rabbits and badgers. Bring a picnic or BBQ and join us in the Cornwall Wild Garden >> Falmouth, Cornwall, Squirrel, Picnic, Wildlife, England, Garden, Animals, Garten

Cornwall Wild Garden | Tanglewood

Tanglewood Wild Garden is home to a vast array of wildlife, squirrels, rabbits and badgers. Bring a picnic or BBQ and join us in the Cornwall Wild Garden >>

Dipping its toe in Falmouth’s harbour, the multi-award winning National Maritime Museum Cornwall celebrates the sea, boats and Cornwall, with 15 stunning galleries Falmouth Cornwall, Curiosity Shop, Maritime Museum, Centre, England, Collections, Inspiration, Biblical Inspiration, English

National Maritime Museum Cornwall

During the early part of the 20th century, post war Britain was pursuing high speed technology. Between 1922 and 1936, for example, Sir Malcolm Campbell broke no less than twelve land speed records in a series of increasingly powerful cars. In 1929 at the Miami Regatta Sir Henry Segrave became the first Englishman to beat Gar Wood's Miss America VII in a two day race. Wood, who had failed to finish the first heat after mechanical difficulties, thrashed Miss England on the course but failed…

Vulgar Vikings Weekend Maritime Museum, Falmouth, Small Boats, Cornwall, Vikings, England, Gallery, Fictional Characters, Art

National Maritime Museum Cornwall

During the early part of the 20th century, post war Britain was pursuing high speed technology. Between 1922 and 1936, for example, Sir Malcolm Campbell broke no less than twelve land speed records in a series of increasingly powerful cars. In 1929 at the Miami Regatta Sir Henry Segrave became the first Englishman to beat Gar Wood's Miss America VII in a two day race. Wood, who had failed to finish the first heat after mechanical difficulties, thrashed Miss England on the course but failed…

Location Map | National Maritime Museum Cornwall | Falmouth, Cornwall Falmouth Cornwall, Maritime Museum, Location Map, Small Boats, England, Gallery, Roof Rack, English, British

National Maritime Museum Cornwall

During the early part of the 20th century, post war Britain was pursuing high speed technology. Between 1922 and 1936, for example, Sir Malcolm Campbell broke no less than twelve land speed records in a series of increasingly powerful cars. In 1929 at the Miami Regatta Sir Henry Segrave became the first Englishman to beat Gar Wood's Miss America VII in a two day race. Wood, who had failed to finish the first heat after mechanical difficulties, thrashed Miss England on the course but failed…