Days Out & Attractions

There is something on offer for everyone in St Austell. A fun packed day out whatever the weather and whatever the occasion

The Lowdown - Days Out & Attractions

St Austell is the ideal place to explore all the naturally beautiful surroundings but we also have loads to do for a fun packed day out whatever the weather and whatever the occasion. Fun for everyone, get the lowdown here.

Days Out & Attractions around St Austell

St Austell | The Eden Project

The Eden Project

The Eden Project is a popular visitor attraction in Cornwall, England, UK. Inside the two biomes are plants that are collected from many diverse climates and environments. The project is located in a reclaimed china clay pit, located 2 km from the town of St Blazey and 5 km from the larger town of St Austell.
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St Austell | Caerhays Castle & Gardens

Caerhays Castle & Gardens

Caerhays Castle and Gardens is located in a valley overlooking Porthluney Cove near St. Austell. The gardens and castle are open to the public from mid February to mid June.
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St Austell | Things to do…Just for fun!

Things to do…Just for fun!

Picnic at Gorran Haven Beach There are plenty of stunning places to chill out and enjoy a picnic together. If you love being at the beach, head to Gorran Haven, throw down a rug on the sand and enjoy the calm, coastal views. There’s a big car park close to the beach and if you […]
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St Austell | Cornwall Football Golf

Cornwall Football Golf

FootballGolf is suitable for all ages. Centrally located off the A391 in St Austell, Cornwall
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St Austell | Top 10 Family Days Out

Top 10 Family Days Out

Check out our guide below for 10 great things to do as a family.
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St Austell | Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum

Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum

Wheal Martyn in St Austell is Cornwall's only China Clay mining museum, in fact it is the UK’s only china clay mining museum.
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St Austell | Charlestown Shipwreck Centre

Charlestown Shipwreck Centre

The Shipwreck Centre shows a unique insight into the history of Charlestown with an opportunity to venture through underground tunnels that were once used to load clay on to ships moored in the harbour.
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St Austell | Life in St Austell

Life in St Austell

The list of why we love being here is long, but it’s easy to forget just how lucky we are. And while economically speaking we traditionally trail cities anywhere north of the Tamar, we are definitely richer in plenty of other ways. It may be an obvious place to begin, but for good reason. No […]
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St Austell | The St Austell Market House

The St Austell Market House

The St Austell Market House is described as the jewel in St Austell’s crown, a marvellous old building dating from 1844. The building is Grade 2* listed and puts it in the top 5% of important assets in the Country. This old building is of great historical and architectural importance. The site upon which the […]
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St Austell | Tregrehan Garden

Tregrehan Garden

This family run estate welcomes everyone to enjoy Cornwall's temperate rain-forest surrounded by the hills behind, massive trees and parkland. One of Cornwall's Great Gardens, lies a sheltered botanical oasis just waiting to be discovered.
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St Austell | Lostwithiel Community Cinema

Lostwithiel Community Cinema

Did you know that Lostwithiel has a community cinema? Lost In Film can be found in the Church Rooms in Church Lane.
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St Austell | Dog Friendly Attractions

Dog Friendly Attractions

Our four legged friends love living here as much as we do and love the chance to explore. So many places are ready to welcome you and your dog.
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St Austell | Dog Friendly Cafés & Restaurants

Dog Friendly Cafés & Restaurants

Dog Friendly Cafés & Restaurants are in abundance in St Austell. Most are welcoming to your four legged friends.
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