Land’s End Penzance Cornwall for over 300 years tourists have been coming here.
You can see the famous sign post (see above), or take in a show - you can also do some shopping !!!!!!!! - do not worry there is a pub.
Located at the end of Cornwall (just drive down the A30) as far as you can.
Land's End makes a great day out for all the family.
Lands End is a must go to place with attractions for all the family including Greeb Farm which is 200 years old, Shopping, interactive experiences and exhibitions.
The First & Last Inn, do not miss the opportunity to visit this inn. Once home to smugglers and ship wreckers since the 17th century. Now a great place to grab a bite to eat or that well earned drink.
Get your Lands End gifts here, a vast range to choose from including locally-made piece of jewellery perhaps, or something from the wide selection of toys, books and pottery. Clothing from big names is also available here to.
A great place to have a meal or just a quick bite, with plenty of cafes and kiosks serving a wide variety of food. At lunchtime or evening meal you can go to the Land’s End Restaurant & Bar, for a great choice in the family-friendly self-service restaurant.
The coastal landscape is notoriously wild, with offshore rocks, rock arches and sea stacks. Most of the rock that Lands End sits on is made of granite. Keep an eye open for Gannets, Fulmars, Kittiwakes, Shags, Razorbills and even the Cornish Chough, once extinct in the county but now making a welcome return.
The End to End challenge from Land’s End to John O’Groats (or vice versa) is a remarkable journey covering the entire length of Great Britain. An 800 mile journey at a speed of 6,000mph, taking in all the roads between the two points.
Land’s End hosts a very talented team of independent local artists and craftspeople, producing unique handmade gifts for you to choose from. Come and see Jewellery, Artist, Pottery and Leather all being made.
Greeb Farm is a 200-year-old farmstead typical of those that once dotted around this part of the Cornish coastline. Today the farm is home to a collection of small animals. This attraction is the perfect way to introduce your little ones to a lovable collection of small animals. With sheep, goats, rabbits, pigs, miniature ponies and even ferrets you can get close and stroke them and even feed them. The old barn at Greeb Farm has been converted into a series of traditional Cornish craft workshops. Come along and see watch talented local artists and craftspeople at work and pick yourself a special gift or keepsake from a range of unique crafts.