Visit Newquay’s top family attractions

Cornwall is famed for its stunning beaches, idyllic fishing villages and breathtaking natural beauty. But a major draw for visitors to this county is the huge range of top family attractions, which are great for days out, especially those with kids.

We’re sure you’ve all heard of the likes of St Michael’s Mount, Land’s End and the Eden Project, so in the first in our series of holiday guides, we thought we’d shine a light on 5 of the best Newquay family attractions, which are only a short distance from our Crantock holiday park

Blue Reef Aquarium

Explore Cornwall’s hidden creatures at Blue Reef. This popular attraction, located in the town centre, is home to an incredible variety of species, from starfish to stingrays, those that live in our shores and those from the other side of the world…

Pirate’s Quest

Step back into time and uncover Cornwall’s pirating past! Pirate’s Quest is an immersive performer-led attraction, which combines actors and spectacular special effects. So what are ye waiting for me hearties?

Newquay Zoo

Many people are surprised to learn the Newquay has it’s own zoo – and it’s pretty special, too! This multi award-winning attraction allows visitors to step into a sub-tropical world or explore the savannah’s of Africa. Get ready to get up close and personal to some exotic creatures!

Dairlyand Farm World

Located just outside the town is this extremely popular attraction. Dairlyland is great for rainy days and provides entertainment for kids of all ages with animals including lambs, kids, rabbits, donkeys, piglets and Lawrence the Llama.

Trerice Manor House

On the way to Dairyland, why not pop in to Trerice Manor and explore this Elizabethan Manor House, with its fine interiors and delightful gardens? Owned by the National Trust, it’s located at Kestle Mill.

Whichever attractions you choose to visit, our quiet Newquay caravan park is the perfect place to explore all that Cornwall has to offer.

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