There is plenty to see and do during your visit to Cornwall...

Royal Cornwall Show

Near Wadebridge - 06/06/2019 to 08/06/2019

More than an agricultural show, the Royal Cornwall Show attracts thousands each year for exhibitions, events and displays.

This is a top agricultural show which attracts increasing numbers of animals, entered into the hundreds of classes which are refined each year. And year on year people travel from further and further afield in the hope of coming away with an award.

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Eden Sessions

St Austell - 01/06/2019 to 10/07/2019

Enjoy performances from top international performers amongst the unique backdrop of Eden's famous biomes.

An experience you’ll never forget, enjoy music in a unique location. Last year’s acts included Gary Barlow, Massive Attack, Jack Johnson and Bjork – extremely popular events, you’ll need to book early.

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Boardmasters Surf and Music Festival

Newquay - 07/08/19 to 11/08/19

Getting bigger and better every year, Boardmasters is Cornwall's largest music festival located on the clifftops overlooking Newquay's Watergate Bay.

Not just top music acts, Boardmasters Festival also features premier surf and skateboarding competitions, taking place across Newquay’s beaches.

Image © Visit Cornwall, Sam Neill


Falmouth Week

Falmouth - 09/08/19 to 18/08/19

A historic regatta that links land and sea with boating events on the water alongside music, food and drink in the harbour town.

Falmouth Week Regatta features up to seven days of fleet racing for yachts and dayboats in the expansive waters of Falmouth Bay and the Carrick Roads (lower Fal estuary). Racing takes place each day from Sunday to the following Saturday.

Photo Credit: Ian Cocklin, Courtesy of, the official destination website for Falmouth.


Cornwall Food & Drink Festival

Truro - Late September

Held in Cornwall's capital city, the Cornwall Food & Drink Festival celebrates home-grown produce and offers visitors a taste of Cornwall.

A range of stalls offer Cornwall’s finest produce and celebrate the county’s foodie heritage.

Image © Visit Cornwall, Toby Lowe