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Land's End

Age group: 5+

Location: WEST Cornwall


Contact: Land's End TR19 7AA

TEL: 0871 7200044


Land's End is one of Britain's best known landmarks, famous for its unique location at the end's of the earth....well, west Cornwall anyway, with stunning natural beauty and awe-inspiring scenery.


At the most south-westerly point of mainland Britain, and standing over 200ft above the ocean, you can appreciate fully how the relationship between land and sea is constantly changing. Experience the natural splendour of Land’s End, whether it's storm watching as the seas crash over the top of the Longships Lighthouse, or taking in the breathtaking views on a clear day from the First and Last Point.


Arthur’s Quest is a brand new interactive experience which uses the latest interactive technology and special effects to conjure that mystical Dark Age of Arthur, Merlin and, of course, dragons. 20,000 leagues under the sea is the theme for the 4D family cinema show. Enjoy a re-imagined version of the classic tale and join Ned as he plunges into a world of adventure aboard the submarine Nautilus.


There is also a selection of animals at Greeb Farm. This child friendly attraction is home to a lovable collection of small animals – sheep, goats, rabbits, pigs, miniature ponies and even ferrets, at certain times of the day you can pet and feed the animals.


In January 2014, the wild rabbits at Land’s End accidentally uncovered a collection of 8,000-year-old flint scrapers and arrowheads whilst burrowing their warrens. This incredible discovery prompted Land’s End to commission a thorough archaeological investigation and the finds, compiled by Big Heritage UK, have revealed a Stone Age cemetery, Bronze Age burial mounds and an Iron Age hill fort, as well as much else besides, all within two hundred yards of this world-famous Cornish landmark.

Sennen 1 mile, Penzance 10 miles, Mousehole 10 miles,  St Ives 19 miles