Our English Heritage membership covered two of our visits on this day.
We started with Tintagel Castle which is a huge sprawling landmark all over a cliff. Its history is linked to the legend of King Arthur. There was lots to explore and the kids enjoyed following our progress on the map.
We clambered down onto the beach to visit Merlin’s Cave. The trip down was a bit hairy as the steps had broken away, making this inaccessible to anyone with mobility issues.
Next we headed back inland, and had lunch at the Launceston Steam Railway before walking around the town. We visited St Mary Magdalene Church which was built in the 1500s as a memorial to a beloved child.