Spring is a wonderful time to visit Cornwall. From flower shows to traditional festivals, there's something for everyone. Here's a roundup of some of the events happening this year.
Multiple Dates - Spring Garden Tours at Glendurgan
Explore the garden with one of the team.
5 - St Piran’s Day Celebrations
Look out for events taking place across the county to celebrate Cornwall’s patron saint.
17-25 - Falmouth Spring Festival
Events celebrating the town’s outdoor locations, culminating in the Falmouth Spring Flower Show
23 - Seasonal Dyeing with Lancaster & Cornish
Learn natural dyeing techniques in this full day workshop at New Yard Restaurant, Helston.
2 - 24 - Easter egg hunts at Godolphin and Trengwainton
Fun for all the family with nature-inspired activities on the beautiful Godolphin estate or Trengwainton Garden.
2-3 - Enys House Antiques and Decorative Fair
Enys house will play host dealers and exhibitors selling a wide range of items including furniture, art, textiles, militaria, gardenalia, folk art and jewellery.
3 - Woodfired Sessions
Live music and delicious food at Polurrian on the Lizard
22-24 - Porthleven Food Festival
The popular two-day festival celebrates all things food-related with demonstrations by leading chefs as well as street food stalls and produce from local producers. There will also be music throughout the weekend and lots of activities for children.
30 - Trevithick Day
Celebrating the life and achievements of Camborne’s engineering genius, Richard Trevithick, events include talks, a parade of steam engines, singing, dancing and stalls.
30 to May 8 - Enys Garden Bluebell Festival
One of Cornwall’s most spectacular bluebell displays and a spring art exhibition at this historic house and estate.
7 - Helston Flora Day
This ancient festival celebrates the arrival of spring and includes dancing, a mummers’ play and a range of entertainment for all the family.
13-15 - St Ives Food and Drinks Festival
Featuring food, drink and live music, the festival takes place on Porthminster Beach.