In Cornwall we tell our story in hundreds of different ways, and given the chance, a hundred more.

With thousands of concerts, plays, shows, exhibitions, carnivals and festivals taking place in Cornwall throughout the year, we showcase our love of art, music, theatre and heritage in unexpected places.

Cornwall 365 is the cultural tourism programme for Cornwall. We aim to encourage everyone to enjoy the amazing wealth of cultural activity that takes place here and encourage tourism businesses to share this knowledge with their guests.

There is something for everyone: this could be a family stomp and discover  through the Tehidy woods with Rogue Theatre, canoeing through the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site landscape, an exhibition at the Newlyn Art Gallery, or a children’s workshop at Tate St Ives or the Falmouth Art Gallery & Museum. It could be a leisurely meal out in one of our amazing restaurants followed by few drinks at one of the many live music venues hidden all around. You could visit the Vikings at The National Maritime Museum, find out about the Cornish Alps at Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum,  enjoy a bike trail along the old mineral tramways that served as the route to transport the raw ore to the docks. It’s about finding the hidden gems in the village halls with a Carn to Cove production or visiting artists when they throw open their studio doors and welcome you in. It’s a stroll through the Lost Gardens of Heligan followed by a show in Kneehigh Theatre’s Asylum. It’s going to the cinema and seeing Miracle Theatre’s triumphant film, ‘Tin’. It’s exploring the Poldark landscape be it by kayak or bike, or horseback, on foot or with a guide. It’s discovering theatre immersed in the landscape with WildWorks Theatre. It’s all of this and so so much more.

We could go on, but instead, we urge you to find your own creative adventures by visiting: www.cornwall365.org.uk

Cornwall 365 has also created the Culture Club. This is a network of tourism businesses and we will take you on informative, free excursions to heritage sites and cultural events. To sign up and benefit from this opportunity and find out what’s going on across Cornwall:  http://cornwall365.org.uk/about/culture-club/