The Eden Project is an exciting attraction where you can explore your relationship with nature, learn new things and get inspiration about the world around you.Top 10 reasons to visit the Eden Project Here's some of what you'll find when you visit

10 Reasons To Visit The Eden Project

1.the world's largest rainforest in captivity with steamy jungles and waterfalls
2.Cutting-edge architecture and buildings
3.Stunning garden displays all year round
4.World-class sculpture and art
5.Evening gigs, concerts and an ice rink in the winter
6.Educational centre and demonstrations to inspire all ages
7.Brilliant local, fairly traded food in the restaurants and cafes
8.A rainforest lookout that takes you above the treetops
9.Living example of regeneration and sustainable living
10.Free land train pulled by a tractor.

heliganlogoHeligan, seat of the Tremayne family for more than 400 years, is one of the most mysterious estates in England.
There's so much to do, see and explore while on holiday in Cornwall. With the longest stretch of continuous coastline in Britain, you'll discover tiny Cornish fishing villages, secret coves, spectacular beaches, sweeping bays and dramatic cliffs, plus beautiful moorland and stunning countryside just a few miles from Port Issac home of Doc Martin, Boscastle, Tintagel and Padstow to name just a few.

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Pencarrow House and Gardens lies at the foot of a sweeping valley between Bodmin and Wadebridge in Cornwall. The largely Georgian mansion is still owned and occupied by descendants of the family who settled there in the 1500s. Open to the public since the 1970s, Pencarrow House and Gardens is a great day out for families, history enthusiasts, nature and garden lovers, and of course the dogs. The family members are very involved with events and day-to-day management of the estate, as they face the ever-changing challenge of maintaining a historic home in the 21stcentury.
Come and experience Cornish history still in the making, and all very welcome.