When thinking about booking holiday accommodation in Falmouth, whether for a week or longer, it is always best to plan your stay. In the summer months we cannot always guarantee sunshine every day, so an alternative to sitting on the beach, or strolling the coastal paths must be found. Of course, there’s always the cinema and theatre, or a shopping trip around town, but close to your holiday accommodation in Falmouth is the well-equipped National Maritime Museum.
The Museum itself occupies a waterfront position within the harbour and even has a tall lookout tower, which allows visitors a wonderful view of the harbour and local area. Internally, the exhibits are extensive and well cared for; the aim is to preserve the boats, pictures and objects for the enjoyment and education of this and future generations.
There is a café aloft, within the museum and some good cafes and restaurants close by. On a poor day, after visiting the museum, why not visit Pendennis Castle? The castle was built in the reign of King Henry VIII as a means of contributing to the defence of the realm when invasion by Spain and France was feared.
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