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Our top 7 things to do this Easter in Cornwall

Cornwall is bursting with things to do and see this Easter, so if you're heading to Cornwall, you and the family will have no trouble finding something everyone will enjoy.

There’s nothing better than visiting Cornwall in the Spring. The days are getting warmer, flowers are beginning to bloom, and the evenings are longer. Cornwall has it all this Easter, to make it easier for you we’ve selected the top 7 things you won’t want to miss.

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International art exhibition ‘See The Invisible’ is coming to Cornwall

The Eden project presents one of its most ambitious and exciting exhibitions to date. Enjoy an interactive experience within the Eden Project's huge biodomes, springing Cornwall into light. View artwork projected onto the biomes and walk through a masterpiece. The Eden project will be covered in beauty this Easter and making the popular location even more special.

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Watch an al fresco theatrical performance under the stars

This Easter, the Minack Theatre presents Jacqueline Wilson's ever-popular play: Hetty Feather. Shout your way onto the stage and enjoy the brilliant performance, popular with Cornwall visitors each year. The outdoor theatre can be seen from your car window, simply pitch up with your deck chair, sit back and enjoy the magic experience. This show really is an Easter treat for everyone to enjoy, don't forget to grab some snacks, and be taken on a journey.

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Go traditional this Sunday

Head to Truro Cathedral this Easter Sunday for something really special. This popular church in Cornwall couldn’t be better place for a moment of reflection with friends and family. The stunning interior and historic features make Truro Cathedral the perfect place to reflect this year and make your Easter weekend that little bit more special.

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Experience seasonal music

Music lovers will not want to miss the St Endellion Easter Festival in the remote church of St Endelienta, near Port Isaac. The Festival includes chamber, orchestral and choral concerts with some of the leading soloists in the country. Taking the family to an event like this will be music to your ears.

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Newquay Zoo’s Easter Eggstravaganza

An exciting Easter event for animal lovers is coming to Newquay this season. From Armadillos to Zebras, the fun activities to hunt and search out clues for Easter prizes will be accompanied by wildlife. A perfect day out for all the family. Relax in an animal-themed café, or explore the wildlife all around spend the entire day at this Newquay’s Zoo this Easter, you’ll probably need it.

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Spring Flowers at Prideaux Place

This stunning Elizabethan manor house in Padstow re-opens to all this Easter Sunday. The perfect opportunity to explore the blooming gardens and deer park. Explore the gardens filled with beautiful spring flowers, experience Cornwall’s rugged coastline and surround yourself in nature. This location you can guarantee will brighten up your Easter.

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Visit newborn spring animals at Old Macdonald's Farm

Visiting Padstow’s Old Macdonald's Farm this Spring is a must! The Easter lambs, chicks and bunnies will be out to play waiting to be greeted. The kids can enjoy pony rides, take a spin on the pedal kart track and also ride a miniature train. The activities are endless at Old Macdonald’s Farm this Easter and a perfect day out for all the family.

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Get active on the Cornish coast

With the sunny spring days on their way and the sea beginning to warm up, this Easter is a great time to hit the coast. While coasteering, kayaking, and stand up paddle boarding activities are available, it's the perfect time to explore Cornwall’s stunning north coastline. Local activity providers Harlyn Surf School and Cornish Rock Tors, provide exciting tours with a variety of other activities across the stunning local beaches.

Escape to Cornwall this Easter

Our parks in Cornwall are well located, near fabulous coastlines and charming towns, whether you are staying for a holiday or are thinking about holiday home ownership.

In the midst of rolling countryside, Padstow Holiday Village is within a mile of Padstow Harbour's restaurants. Mawgan Porth beach is just a short stroll through woodland from Sun Haven Holiday Park. Easily access the South West Coast Path from here, or learn to surf. Not to mention Penmarlam and Parbola, the perfect places to take in the best of Cornwall.

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