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Attractions

Sphere Mania Newquay
Situated on the coast road to Watergate bay,
Roll down the steep hill in a huge ball.
 

 

  Blue Reef Aquarium Newquay
Situated on Towan Beach in the centre of Newquay, opposite the famous island,
the Blue Reef Aquarium is a stunning visit.
Be amazed by the local marine species from the Cornish coast to hundreds of
tropical species in the gigantic ocean display complete with underwater tunnel.
         
Eden Project
The Eden Project is an unforgettable experience in a breathtaking location; a place of beauty and wonder. Most people have heard about our giant green houses, our thousands of plants, our world famous architecture and art, but there's even more to Eden than all of that. We recommend you set aside a good four to five hours for your visit and if you've been before, come again, as the experience is always changing.
 
 
         

  Newquay Zoo
At award-winning Newquay Zoo you can experience the world's wildlife and have a great family day out. With over 130 different species set in lush sub-tropical lakeside gardens. From the amazing open rainforest exhibit to the beautiful oriental garden there is something for all ages and abilities. Enjoy the African Savanna and the all new Madagascan Walkthrough exhibit. Plenty to keep your children occupied with the tarzan trail, children's play area, animal encounters, face painting and much more.
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The Tate Moderm Gallery St Ives
International Modern and Contemporary Art Gallery. A day out for all the family
 
         

  The National Maritime Museum Cornwall
Like other Museums, we are committed to a special mix of conservation, research, education and entertainment. But we are more than just a museum. We aspire to be a standard bearer for the emergent Cornwall; innovative, confident, and stamped with a quality brand. Proud of its past and present, yet designed for the future.

We also aim to contribute to the future of the Carrick Roads and Falmouth as a world maritime centre and successful tourist destination.
         
St Eval Go Karting
Located on the North Cornwall Coast (between Padstow and Newquay), St. Eval Kart Racing Circuit is the culmination of 12 years planning and construction and as a result is the Largest, Fastest and Most Exciting race circuit in the South West. The circuit has been very carefully designed with the assistance of some of the UK's top racing drivers and constructed using the very best materials. Whether you decide to visit the circuit for a quick practice or opt for one of our great race events you can be assured to receive the very best service by highly trained team. Refreshments, toilets and acres of free parking.
Go Karts  for the Children to 70mph karts for adults.
 
         

  Trenance Gardens
They call Trenance a park, but really it's a whole world of leisure and fun, thrills, spills and fascination: 26 acres of lush, sub-tropical colour interspersed with Cornwall's only zoo, a boating lake and a seemingly endless catalogue of activities for all ages and weathers.

A five-minute stroll from the centre of town will bring you to the entrance and the only hard part of your visit - Choosing.... What will it be first? A ride on the miniature railway, a battery car - or a real horse? A round of crazy golf or some practice for the real thing on Trenance's Pitch and Put course? A game of tennis, or messing about on the boating lake - followed by a restorative tea at the Lakeside Cafe.
         
Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Restaurant Watergate Bay
Fifteen is a commercial business with a purpose – a global social enterprise with young people at its heart. Fifteen has four restaurants worldwide - Amsterdam, Cornwall, London and Melbourne – all of which operate a pioneering apprenticeship scheme for young people, between the ages of 18 and 24, alongside the day-to-day running of the restaurants.
 

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  Minack Theatre Porthcuron Penzance
The Minack Theatre was the inspiration and life’s work of one remarkable woman,
Rowena Cade. Its a great place to visit or to enjoy a show.
         
Dairyland Newquay
Enjoy the fun of an all weather attraction providing entertainment for all ages - So much more for the whole family to enjoy... rain or shine.
Animal Feeding, Indoor play area, Woodland Lakes, Mini tractor and much more.
 
         
  Port Isaac (setting for Doc Martin)
Port Isaac is picturesque Historic fishing village in North Cornwall, know for the setting of Doc Martin. Has some lovely coastal walks.
         

Local Beaches
Lusty Glaze Beach and it unique beachside complex is reached by a sheep flight of steps, it offer a wide range of water and cliff based activates.
Fistral Beach is best know for its famous surfing location, whether you want to ride the Atlantic rollers or enjoy the more conventional seaside pursuits this west facing, dune backed stretch of golden sand will not disappoint. Dog Friendly 
Towan is the beach closest to the town town centre where it can be accessed by steps from the Killacourt or via a short steep incline at the end of Beach Road. Dog Friendly 
Watergate Bay You'll need walking boots, or a scenic bus ride to reach this beach from Newquay.  This glorious stretch of golden sand is home to the Extreme Academy, which offers an abundance of waterborne and beach based activities. There is several car parks near by. Dog Friendly 
Porth Beach This beach is popular with visitors with walking difficulties.  As Porth Beach is level with the roads.  Some parking on the sand. It's ideal for families, offering safe bathing and a sheltered location with cafe. shop and pub near by. Not Dog Freindly.

 
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Magical Mystery Tour Newquay

Experience Newquay as the Beatles did on their famous Magical Mystery Tour at the destination location of Newquay.

We would like to take you on a trip down memory lane. When four young lads, John, Paul, George and Ringo made a trip from London to Newquay on a coach making an unscripted film called the Magical Mystery Tour.

 

Our journey will take you on a nostalgic and fun tour to the places the Beatles visited whilst filming, taking in surrounding beauty spots, local history and of course, the music.

The group stayed in Newquay for three days and filming took place in Porth, Watergate Bay, Holywell Bay, Tregurrian and they stayed at the Atlantic Hotel. Join us and re-live the Magical Mystery Tour Newquay just like the Beatles did in 1967.

We don’t want to give too much away but there is plenty to see and you may even get to meet the man who inspired the Beatles to include him in the famous song "I Am The Walrus". Ted O’Dell (The Eggman) who delivered eggs to Sailors pub where he first met the Beatles.
The group later photographed Ted and his “Eggman – Local Deliveries” van when delivering eggs to The Atlantic Hotel.

Get in the spirit with psychedelic fancy dress - 60's theme - Flower Power!!!

Bookings Tel: 07970 721 580

         


 

 


 

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