This morning we drive south to the Cornish Seal Sanctuary which cares for injured seal pups, as well as sea lions, otters and penguins. It has teamed up with the SEALIFE Trust to broaden its educational aspect of protecting marine wildlife and habitats worldwide, as well as conservation. You can watch exciting marine displays, talks and feeding demonstrations.
Then we head to Falmouth,the world’s 3rd largest natural deep-water harbour and former maritime hub of the Empire, so it’s not surprising that it is also home to the National Maritime Museum Cornwall. Here you will be able to visit historic displays exploring the influence of the sea on history and culture, including fishing, rescues and smuggling. The Lookout Tower offers sweeping views across the harbour, docks and estuary.
The Cornish Seal Sanctuary – Gweek
National Maritime Museum Cornwall