St. Agnes boasts outdoor activities, including restaurants, picnics, parks, and several other fun events. See more here.
Blue Hills Tin Streams
As the home to one of the last tin manufacturers in Cornwall, the rocky valley of Trevellas Porth is a mile east of St. Agnes. When you visit the facility, you can watch the process of tinning, mining, smelting, casting, and finishing. You can also buy handmade jewelry in the shop. See here for information about Things to Do in St Jude’s.
You may want to climb to the highest viewpoint of the area when you are feeling energetic. On any good day, you will see the panoramic stretch from the top of the Beacon across most of Cornwall. On the east, you will see the dark tors of Bodmin Moor and in the west, the distinctive summit of Carn Brea. It is about an hour from St. Agnes, which is more than a mile’s walk with an accurate signpost from the village square.
The generations of drinkers in St. Agnes has benefited from this whitewashed pub. In this place, you will join a mostly local crowd downing pints when you visit this place. The bench seats, upturned barrels, and hugger-mugger wooden bar make the downstairs area the fascinating part of the pub. You will get surf-and-turf dishes in the brighter and lighter upstairs of the restaurant, which happens to brew its ales.