5 Reasons to get a Fal River Attraction Pass

From 22 August

Get the most out of your visit to Fal River Cornwall with the Fal River Attraction Pass.

Whether you're pushed for time and would like to fit in as much as possible or if you've got a few days and would like a leisurely holiday with a few visits here and there, the Fal River Attraction Pass is a great place to start.


Gain entry to 6 of the area’s most popular attractions from only £5 per day. Here are 5 reasons why the pass is so popular and why it’s the best way to see the areas finest attractions…

1. Value For Money

A one day pass costs £11 whilst entry to the Maritime Museum alone cost £12... We don't need to do the maths for you! If you purchase the pass for the whole 6 days and visit all 6 attractions, it's a very reasonable £5 per site. A 6 day pass for a family of 5 adds up to only £14.40 per person for all 6 attractions!

2. Visit 6 Of The Most Popular, Quality Attractions.

The pass covers both English Heritage and National Trust sites, two prestigious and popular organisations, as well as Lamorran Garden, open as part of The Great Gardens of Cornwall.

3. Pack Lots Into One Day

The attraction pass is a great way of seeing the best of the area in a short space of time. Even if you purchase for 1 or 2 days and visit all the attractions, the saving on the normal entry fee is outstanding, leaving you with more to spend on lunch!

4. A Versatile Pass

Purchase the pass for 1,2,3 or 6 days and visit the attractions whenever you like in the period you have purchased for – no restrictions and no extra fee upon arrival! (excludes event days at Pendennis Castle)

5. Perfect Combination – The Fal River Attraction Pass + The Mussel Card Visitor

Purchase the Fal River Attraction Pass in conjunction with The Mussel Card Visitor pass to get the best of land and sea! The Mussel Card Visitor allows you unlimited travel on ALL Fal River Links: both Lamorran Garden and St Mawes Castle are located in St Mawes, so the Mussel Card Visitor is the best way to save time to travel there (it's a 35 mile drive round vs. a beautiful 15 minute ferry ride)!