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From the very best outdoor theatre to stir the soul and guided garden tours to excite the senses, July is a lovely time to visit Cornwall. Make space in your diary, and take a look at July’s highlights.
Monday 3 July
Join Heligan’s experienced tour guide, David Hogg, for an in depth tour of these beautiful gardens. Relaxed and informal it’s the perfect way to find out more about the incredible history of this magical place.
Friday 7 & Saturday 8 July
With a spotlight on Cornwall’s rich seafood heritage, The Rock Oyster Festival is a foodie celebration. There are plenty of local producers to meet, food to sample and oysters to eat. Enjoy them alongside live music, performances and a drink or two.
Thursday 13 - Saturday 16 July
Step foot inside HfC and be transported to Titipu, Japan. Meet Nanki-Poo, Yum-Yum and Ko-Ko and enter their tangled comical web of love and deceit. Often cited as one of Gilbert & Sullivan’s best operas it features an all male cast with plenty of hilarity along the way.
Saturday 15 - Sunday 30 July
The Festival of Archaeology is a chance for anyone and everyone to get excited about archaeology, and there is no better place to do that than in Cornwall. From fascinating guided walks, live digs and metal casting workshops, it’s a varied and exciting fortnight of historical things to do in the county.
11 July - 30 July
Brought to you by internationally acclaimed Wildworks Theatre, Wolf’s Child is a story of love, terror and freedom. Journey through the Trelowarren woodland and follow the story as it unfolds - just like the Wolf’s Child you will be sent into the woods and who knows what you’ll find along the way.
If you’re looking for a July getaway, take a peek at our latest summer accommodation offers in Cornwall.