Christmas Events And Activities In CornwallTwice As Nice Chalets
Here in Cornwall, Christmas celebrations are in abundance for all ages and backgrounds with events stretching from early November to Christmas Eve. Having events all across the county, we were spoilt for choice, but here is our pick for the best Christmas activities in Cornwall.
The Eden Project’s Christmas fair is known for being the biggest Christmas Fair in Cornwall, with 70 local and international stalls, you’ll never run out of things to do. This makes it the perfect time for Christmas shopping and a great day out for the whole family to get into the Christmas spirit. Tickets include lunch, wine, and free admission for the 23rd and 24th of November. Proceeds from the sales will go towards Cornwall Community Foundation, helping the local community through the winter and beyond.
Irving Berlin’s classic musical is coming to Cornwall this winter, making it a great family-friendly experience. This heartwarming romantic comedy features classic Christmas songs like Blue Skies and, of course, White Christmas. This musical is visually impaired and deaf-friendly, with some performances having a sign language interpreter and a real-time description of the performance through headphones so nobody can miss out on the festive cheer. The musical is running from the 12th to the 19th of November.
Located in the heart of Falmouth, this celebration is welcome for all ages and includes party games, gifts, and a special appearance by Santa. This provides a chance for parents to wind down whilst the children are enjoying themselves. The event is on the 18th of December from 1 PM to 4 PM and is family-friendly.
This popular, family-friendly location attracts thousands of visitors each Christmas and is one of the best areas for Christmas events in Cornwall. With picturesque scenes across the village highlighted by the vibrant lights draped across the houses. With displays highlighting Cornwall’s history and heritage such as sea serpents and whales. The attraction is community made and run by purely volunteers.
Hosted by Bodmin and Wenford Railway, this magical train ride allows children to experience true Christmas magic on a beautiful old-fashioned train, allowing them to see Santa and have their photo taken with him. This train is suitable for wheelchairs and features Christmas-themed arts and crafts activities, along with each child receiving an age-relevant gift.