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The Best Ways To Spend Rainy Days In Cornwall! What To Do, Where To Visit & What You Need To Know!

When you're somewhere as special as Cornwall, you don't just go to the cinema or do some shopping when it rains... Cornwall has so much more to offer than that! So, what can you do on rainy days in Cornwall, where do you visit and what do you need to know? Find out in this blog post!


Here's a list of our top five favourite things to do on rainy days in Cornwall!

Sunset and Rain at Wheal Coates, St Agnes, Cornwall

1) Kennall Vale, Near Falmouth

That's right – my favourite woodland walk and probably my favourite FREE rainy day activity! Check out our other favourite woodland walks in Cornwall HERE!

2) Go surfing!

If you're going to get wet anyway, why not grab your wetsuit, head to Perranporth, Gwithian or Watergate and go jump in the sea!

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3) Retallack Aqua Park, Near Wadebridge

Learn to surf on the Flowrider, try out wakeboarding on the lake or have a fun-filled hour on the Total Wipeout style course! Just make sure you book in advance!

4) Tin Mines

Go and explore the underground tunnels at Geevor or Poldark mine and learn a thing or two about Cornwall's mining heritage. Alternatively, you could go underground at Carnglaze Caverns near Liskeard which is an slate mine with three massive caves and an underground lake!

5) Museums

With quirky and unique museums all over Cornwall there's no need to be bored! You have The Witchcraft Museum in Boscastle, The Maritime Museum in Falmouth and The Telegraph Museum in Porthcurno. There's even The Tate Gallery in St Ives to!

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What's your favourite thing to do in Cornwall? Leave a comment below to let us know!

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