As we begin to emerge from Lockdown attractions & experiences are starting to open their doors to a limited number of visitors each day. We'll keep this list updated with opening times, booking information, and social distancing measures to ensure you can visit safely.
Please abide by current restrictions and up to date Government advice.
Please postpone any visits you plan to make if you or any other member of your household has displayed any Covid-19 symptoms in the last 14 days.
A great way to explore heritage venues from the comfort of your own sofa. Read on to discover 3D experiences, YouTube tours, aerial footage and interesting exhibit insights.
Featuring Cornish people, places and stories...
The first of our curated walks, specially chosen for us by iWalk Cornwall.
We’ve teamed up with the brilliant iWalk Cornwall to bring you a seasonal walk. Each season we’ll be recommending a new walk that shows off Cornwall and inspires you to get out and about. The iWalk app is fantastic to use and we can’t wait to share with your our favourite routes. But first we thought we’d introduce you to the brilliant John who started the company.
This September at C365 What's On we're putting a spotlight on sustainability.
This month at What's On we're focusing on how venues and visitors can be sustainable in Cornwall.
This month we’d like to welcome Manda Brookman as our Cultural Ambassador for September 2019.
at The Alternative Escape, Brighton
Cornwall visitor attraction Wheal Martyn Clay Works have reported the highest February half term visitor numbers for almost 10 years.
Gorhemynadow a’n Seson!
The Cornish Community Pay Tribute to the Fallen Cornishmen of WW1
Amazing distilleries | Beautiful botanicals | Fabulous flavours
Newlyn International Film Festival
Call for submissions
Acorn Theatre Penzance
April 5-7th 2019
St Austell’s White River Place is set to go properly green for the town’s inaugural Garden Festival next Saturday June 30th.
Ever wondered what it’s like to work on The Archers? Well, festival-goers in Penzance are in for a treat at this year’s Penzance Literary Festival.
Lostwithiel's 'Afternooner' and 'Afterdarker' Man Engine events will be relocated to the Royal Cornwall Events Centre on Monday 2nd April.
Think you know Bodmin? Think again!
Wheal Martyn are offering the chance for Cornwall residents to get their annual admission pass for just £6 before the end of February!
The City of Lights annual festivities have been called off due to fears of heavy rain and strong winds.