A beautiful corner of Cornwall steeped in history and beauty, there are loads of things to do in Penzance. A holiday destination that’s perfect for family getaways, romantic breaks, active escapes or just getting away from it all for a few days – no wonder it’s one of the best-loved corners of Cornwall.
If you’re looking for what to do in Penzance then you won’t need to look for long. Enjoy the tranquillity of Trengwainton, the cultural delights of Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens and the quirky magic of Tanglewood Wild Garden, or you could just feast your eyes on the majestic Lanyon Quoit dolmen.
Coastal attractions include the wonderful Minack Theatre and Land’s End whilst out to sea you have the equally incredible sight of St Michael’s Mount and the stunning Isles of Scilly. With great pubs, cafes and restaurants plus shops and attractions, it’s a must-visit holiday destination.
Find things to do in Penzance with our holiday articles below. And if you’re feeling inspired, you can also take a look at some lovely holiday cottages there too!
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