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Discover hidden Cornwall with Find & Seek

Dig a little deeper, wander a little further and uncover a hidden Cornwall with Cornwall 365's new illustrated cultural atlas.

Alive with hidden gems, creative feats and cultural events, Cornwall has something for everyone on every day of the year, no matter what the weather. Millions of visitors and locals explore the beautiful area every year and we might think we know it inside out. But do we? Everyone knows recognisable spots like The Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan and Bodmin Jail but even many of us locals are amazed to learn that hidden attractions such as the Japanese Gardens near Newquay or the Moseley Tramway and Toy Museum are right under our noses!

So to enable locals and visitors to dig a little deeper, wander a little further and uncover a hidden Cornwall, Cornwall 365 has created a new quirky and engaging cultural tourism guide ‘Find & Seek’ which maps out hundreds of fascinating Cornish adventures with endless possibilities.

Find and Seek is made up of unique hand-drawn maps of different areas of Cornwall by local artist Keith Sparrow and was populated with the extensive knowledge of Cornwall 365’s Cultural Ambassadors, who make it their business to know about all these special places.

The guide has tracing paper over each map so you can add your own stories and adventures, and we invite budding explorers to celebrate the fresh, the class and the ‘waiting to be uncovered’ of Cornish life. Get to know the fun, the scary, the delicious and ambitious.

Find and Seek is split into 10 different sections to cover the length and breadth of Cornwall, with an additional Cornwall-wide map on a centre page spread. You’ll also find a fun glossary which translates from Cornish into English some words that regularly make up Cornish place names.

You can get your copy of Find and Seek from the Cornwall 365 Network website here.

Imogen Weatherly

Imogen can usually be found in a village community cinema, exploring Cornwall’s great outdoors, at foodie events, or watching live theatre. When she’s not getting stuck into all the lovely cultural stuff in Cornwall, you can find her on the beach.