As we emerge from the depths of Christmas, take down our decorations and look to the year ahead, we’ve put together a little list of the not to be missed events and things to do in Cornwall this month. From ice-skating at the Eden Project to visiting Falmouth Art Gallery for their newest exhibition, here’s some hints and tips of what to do in Cornwall this month.
The Christmas spirit doesn’t need to disappear once the decorations have been taken down, in fact you can still experience the delight and joy of a winter wonderland at the Eden Project as the Ice Rink is still in place until 23rd February.
Pop along to the Falmouth Art Gallery to visit an exhibition of A Sharp Pencil, inspired by the works of Patrick Woodroffe, it is a celebration of all forms of drawing. The exhibition will run from 25 January – 21 March.
Showcasing the work of 15 artists who are either working in or deeply connected to Cornwall, Unbounded is a contemporary art exhibition exploring the multiple and diverse layers of Cornwall’s social and environmental landscapes. Catch it now until 26th January
Head to Heartlands from 25 – 26 January for the Healing Light Festival, a two day showcase for Cornish based therapists, including healing, reiki, herbal medicine, no hands massage, bach flower remedies, hopi ear candles, sound healing, crystal healing, reflexology, psychotherapy, and many more.
Delving into the archives of Penlee House’s photographic collection, this exhibition brings together 130 photographs of people at work and play. A delightful snapshot into the everyday, ordinary moments.
Take your little ones on an adventure into Cardinham Woods to help Shaun the Sheep find Lu-La the lost alien get home. Download the free app before you go and pick up a trail pack whilst your there.
Pop along to the wonderful Five Acres Reserve to join the Wildlife Watch team and the fantastic Prickles and Paws hedgehog rescue team to learn all about hedgehogs on Saturday 18 January.