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Things to do in Cornwall with Dogs

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Uncover the top things to do in Cornwall with dogs

Cornwall is an incredibly popular location for a dog-friendly break, and it’s easy to see why! With over 148 dog-friendly beaches, 412 walking trails and a wealth of attractions, you’ll never be short of things to do in Cornwall with your dog.

Want to treat your pooch to a sandy walk along the coast? Be sure to head to some of the best beaches the county has to offer, such as Porthkidney Beach which allows dogs year round and Pedn Vounder Beach with its cliff-top walks.

Dog-friendly attractions in Cornwall

You’ll be surprised at the sheer number of dog-friendly attractions in Cornwall! From the Eden Project to the Bodmin & Wenford Railway, you can really enjoy a unique day out together.

On a sunny day, you can look forward to venturing to one of the many dog-friendly places in Cornwall too, including Loe Bar and Lizard Point.

Find out more dog-friendly things to do in Cornwall below…

  • Trebah Garden

    Trebah Gardens

    Trebah Garden Trust
    Mawnan Smith
    TR11 5JZ

    01326 252200

    A beautiful setting of exotic plants and wildlife, surrounded by enchanting woodlands and captivating Cornish coast.

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  • Treffry Viaduct

    PL24 2SU

    Between 1839 and 1842, landowner Joseph Thomas Treffry built this 90-foot-high viaduct in the magnificent Luxulyan Valley.

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  • Tregantle Fort

    Tregantle Fort

    Tregantle Fort
    S W Coast Path
    PL11 3AZ

    Tregantle Fort in southeast Cornwall is one of many forts created around Plymouth to dissuade French naval attacks.

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  • Tregiffian Burial Chamber

    Tregiffian Burial Chamber

    St Buryan
    TR19 6BQ

    A Neolithic/early Bronze Age chambered tomb managed by the Cornwall Heritage Trust where you’ll find an entrance passage leading into a central chamber.

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  • Tregrehan Garden

    Tregrehan House
    PL24 2SJ

    01726 814389

    A 200-year-old, 20-acre woodland garden and temperate rainforest on St. Austell Bay with exotic flora, a formal walled garden, and a magnificent collection of old greenhouses.

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  • Trematon Castle

    Castle Hill
    PL12 4QW

    01752 847986

    Beautifully-presented and intimate gardens surround this tiny Norman motte-and-bailey castle owned by the Duchy of Cornwall since 1337.

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  • Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens

    Nr Gulval
    TR20 8YL

    01736 448089

    A large tropical garden, filled with spectacular modern art sculptures and stunning panoramic views of the Cornish coast.

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  • Trenance Heritage Cottages

    Trenance Road
    TR7 2HW

    01637 859496

    A group of three Grade II-listed Cornish cottages that have been restored and offer a glimpse of Old Newquay are open to the public and are free to enter. They are the only row of pre-railway era homes located in Cornwall.

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  • Trengwainton Garden

    Boscathnoe Ln
    TR20 8RZ

    01736 363148

    Wander through this National Trust preserved garden and discover a beautiful selection of tropical plants and blooms nestled in a protective layer of pretty woodlands.

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  • Trewavas Mine

    Trewavas Mine

    TR13 9QB

    A pair of engine houses that make up the remains of the Wheal Trewavas mine at Trewavas Head. The mine tapped four copper lodes beneath the seabed that ran south-easterly.

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