Conservation lies at the heart of many of Cornwall's visitor attractions. Around the county, you'll find a number of places to visit which are undertaking important work in animal conservations and your visit can make a real difference in supporting what they do.
Take the family to the Cornish Seal Sanctuary and learn about its work to ensure the safety and wellbeing of seals around Cornwall’s coastline. Based in Gweek, commanding panoramic views of the Helford River, the […]
Experience pioneering marine conservation in action on the beautiful estuary in Padstow and be inspired to make a difference. An award-winning visitor centre, you can get up close with rarely seen lobster babies, pregnant lobster […]
Meet over 1,000 of the world’s rarest and most endangered animals at Newquay Zoo. This education and conservation charity, owned by Wild Planet Trust, gives you the chance to get up close to many animals, […]
Set in beautiful exotic gardens with views the sea, Paradise Park is home to over 1,200 birds plus rare red pandas, red squirrels and tiny harvest mice. You’ll meet stunningly colourful birds – including parrots, […]
Based on the edge of Goss Moor nature reserve, Screech Owl Sanctuary is a haven for sick and injured owls. The team at this vital rescue and rehabilitation centre work tirelessly with birds in need […]