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Best Days Out Cornwall

Land’s End, Sennen TR19 7AA
01736 871501
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Parking available at the front of the site. Booking guarantees entrance. Disabled parking also available.
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About Land’s End

Escape to the westernmost point of Cornwall, famed for its unique location and breathtaking coastal landscapes. Immerse yourself in over 100 acres of outstanding natural beauty at the far end of our county, and don’t forget to have your picture taken at the famous signpost.

This unique landmark offers plenty of fun and excitement and promises to be a memorable day for one and all, creating special moments to last a lifetime. Enjoy the family entertainment before you embark on stunning coastal walks.

During the summer, Land’s End keeps their doors open into the evening, giving you outstanding views of the sun setting over the Atlantic Ocean. As darkness falls, enjoy the iconic Magic in the Skies fireworks display and dance to live music every Tuesday and Thursday from 26 July – 1 September 2022.

 

*Magic in the Skies firework nights subject to Government advice.

Opening Dates & Times

Please check our website for most accurate opening hours and special event days.

Worth Knowing

Lands End is on the South West Coast Path, and can provide a starting point for many beautiful coastal walks in West Cornwall.

What Visitors Say

"Had a lovely morning out here we paid parking online and had no difficulty on arrival. We got to see some dolphins playing just off the coast."
"he gift shops are well stocked with plenty of choice and mostly reasonably priced and I found I could get around a couple of them in my power chair. The path to the last point was fine for chair and for father in laws scooter. We were lucky to have beautiful weather and could see far out."
"Not my first visit, hopefully not my last. I love the atmosphere here. Its not quite as wild as it used to be though...but still beautiful and beautiful it warm and sunny or howling a gale and raining cats and dogs it certainly does my soul good to stand on the headland and gaze out to sea, you never leave there feeling anything other than invigorated."

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