- Ages 0-12
- Tourist Attractions, National Parks, Children's Farms, Cinemas and Theatres
Made famous by myth and movies, Lands End is one of Britain’s must-see spots. The fact that it comes with a 4D cinema experience and farmyard critters is just an added bonus!
The team have gone all out with family activities, our favourite being the ‘Aardman Presents: A Grand Experience’ attraction where you can wander around in the world of Wallace and Gromit, including a rocket ride to the moon. Then there’s that 4D cinema experience where you'll travel through a dinosaur dominated island as if you were right there in the middle of the action - eek!
You’ll find this iconic location literally where the land ends and leads into the sea. This, of course, comes with incredible views of the coast and a lovely sunset or two, but we all know kids only last so long looking at views. Instead, head down to Greeb Farm which is home to miniature ponies, pigs and all sorts of cute creatures.
- Visit an iconic British landmark
- A 4D cinema and farm park
- Don’t miss their Wallace and Gromit world
February - October
Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 16:00
Adults from £4.00
Kids from £3.00
Sennen, Penzance, Cornwall, TR19 7AA, England
01736 871 501
WebsiteClick here to visit Lands End Visitors Centre's website.
Yes, there is parking onsite and nearby.
Yes, there are toilets, accessible toilets and baby changing facilities.
Yes, there are baby changing facilities.
Lands End Visitors Centre has not told us if you can bring a picnic.
Yes, snacks are available.
No, Lands End Visitors Centre is not wheelchair friendly.
Yes, Lands End Visitors Centre have stated they are pushchair friendly.
Lands End Visitors Centre has not told us if they are dog friendly.
Anything else I should know?
There is an onsite shop
Much more to do than you would think 4 out of 5 stars
We didn't expect there to be so much to do at Lands End - we went for the scenery but were pleasantly surprised to find there's quite a few different attractions there to keep the kids entertained too. We did the obligatory selfie near the famous sign and had a good laugh at the Shaun the Sheep experience. There's now also a craft village where you can watch people at work and pick up some less cheesy trinkets than the usual stick of rock or fridge magnet! There's a few cafes and a restaurant that looked amazing, but we were happy to sit on the grass with a picnic and take in the views. There's some great coastal walks from the visitor centre too, but be warned, it's normally pretty windy!jamiestarr