7 Days of Half Term Ideas in and around Falmouth
Day One – National Maritime Museum – 16th – February
Weird Science with CBBC’s Chase and Brake! Explore all the fascinating elements that make planet Earth a great place aliens to live. Talk about where aliens may have lived and figure out how you would speak to one should you come across one!
This is a free activity when purchasing an entrance ticket.
Day Two – Pendennis Castle – 16th – 24th February
Follow a trail, crack clues and solve a mystery in the grounds of Falmouth’s magnificent castle where battles have been fought and royalty have strolled. All under the watchful eye of one of the towns oldest buildings.Adults £6.50 Children £3.90 Family £16.90
Day Three – Glendurgan Gardens – opens on 16th February
Visit the beautiful Glendurgan Gardens as the gates open for the first time this year. Follow the paths among the trees and plants and try not to get lost in the maze.
Day Five– Beach Combing
Grab a shovel and bucket and walk the coast from Castle beach on to Gyllngvase and then Swanpool. Explore rockpools, discover shells and driftwood across our beautiful beaches. Stop for a hot chocolate and maybe a bite to eat along the way. Don’t forget your camera and if you are heading along the tide line remember to check the tide times.
Day Six – Princess Pavillion – 21st – 23rd February
It’s panto time with fairies and rock music! Come and enjoy a great family favourite, Cinderella, performed by the award winning Carnon Dows drama group.
Starts 7.30pm + Saturday matinee at 2pm
Tickets £8 / U16s £6 Seated
Day Seven – St Mawes by Ferry
Take a trip on the popular St Mawes ferry and explore the beautiful headland. See Falmouth from across the water and take look around picturesque town and stroll up to the castle. Stop in any of the charming cafes and treat yourselves to the largest slice of cake you can find! Follow this link to download a, ‘Kids go Free Voucher’, which you can present when purchasing your ferry ticket.