The Clay Trails are miles of beautiful and quiet trails across a wide ranging area. They provide a great day out for horse riders, walkers and cyclists.
Discover the excitement and nostalgia of steam travel with a journey back in time on the Bodmin & Wenford Railway – Cornwall’s only full size railway still operated by steam locomotives.
St Petroc’s Church is the heart of Bodmin, and is the largest and one of the oldest Parish Churches in Cornwall.
Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry Museum is situated in Bodmin. This museum is the former barracks of the famous Cornish regiment. The museum chronicles the history of the regiment and its campaigns from 1702 to 1950.
Shire Hall was built in the 1830s to house the county assize courts (criminal courts). The courts were moved to Truro in the late 1980s and the building now houses the town Tourist information centre.
kayaking trips & tours, outdoor rock climbing, mountain biking, coasteering courses, scuba diving, sailing and surfing lessons!
Mon-Sat – 8.30pm Sun
Tea Room – 9.30 til 4.30pm
Restaurant – Noon -til 9pm
Jail Visits (Sat Nav: PL31 2PY):
Adults (16+): £10.00
Concessions (65 & over): £8.50
Children 5-15: £7.50 – under 5: FREE
Family (2x adult, 2x Child): £32.00