It’s that time of year again, the time we have been looking forward to after a winter that felt like it went on forever. The clocks have gone back giving us an extra hour of daylight and the worst of the weather looks to be behind us!
With the children’s Easter break underway many attractions start to open for the summer season.
The National Maritime Museum, Cornwall is a host to many new attractions, including Titanic Stories, a major new attraction examining the stories of the Titanic’s sinking on 15th April 1912.
Titanic Stories presents rare and never-seen-before objects as well as retelling the personal stories of many of the survivors, victims and descendants of the Titanic disaster, including those from Cornwall.
Tickets are available at the door with FREE ENTRY for the rest of the year.
Flambards Theme Park is a hive of activity with events throughout the Easter school break, from Magicians, Creepy Crawly Show and Easter Egg Quiz Trail.
Fun for all the family with attractions at all paces. From the Hornet Rollercoaster and their award-winning indoor Victorian Village staging it’s own Penny Dreadful Quiz.
Spring has well and truly sprung in Cornwall with spring flowers opening all over the region.
The coastal walks are looking exquisite with wild flowers blooming along many areas of the coast. This is an excellent opportunity for wildlife photographers with many bird species returning to the UK for nesting.
Enjoy the warm weather on a coastal walk on the Portreath to Godrevy Coastal Path. With many iconic stops such as Hell’s Mouth, Bassets Cove and Seal Cove the walk is excellent for sea views and the cliffs are a nesting ground for several bird species. Let us know what you see when you’re out.
The hike from Portreath to Godrevy will take approximately 2 hours.
A little further away
The Railway Children is currently being performed at the Minack Theatre until the 14th April. The excellent play following an Edwardian family whose lives are turned upside down following the mysterious disappearance of their father.
A glorious theatrical experience for all ages, full of warmth, intrigue, adventure and joy.
With the weather warming, Portreath is situated in the perfect position to make the most of the warmer weather. Situated on Battery Hill just yards from the Coast Path our Self Catering Cottages offer great sea views with easy access to local attractions.