Bodmin Certificated Locations
One of the oldest towns in Cornwall, Bodmin is a peaceful destination known for its granite architecture and intriguing history.
Shire Hall in the town centre is a 19th-century building that was used as the county court until 1988. It's now a popular attraction where visitors can take part in an immersive courtroom drama.
Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the plentiful walking and cycling routes in the local area - and options include the Camel Trail, a 22-mile route that goes to the coast.
Other highlights include the Cardinham Woods, the Bodmin Jail and Delphi Bridge. There's also the Bodford and Wenford Railway, a full-size steam railway that travels through the verdant countryside.