Join the Adventure went to the brink of England, Land’s End, where we had a beer and looked at the edge of the “world.”
Situated in western Cornwall, England, on the Penwith peninsula and approximately 13 km (8 miles) west-south-west of Penzance, Land’s End is a headland that serves as a popular tourist and holiday destination. The A30 road leads to its western end, while the English Channel lies to the east and the Celtic Sea to the west. Notably, Land’s End holds the distinction of being the most westerly point of mainland England.
While it was awe inspiring to take in the stunning views and history at this location, it also seemed a bit of a misfit to have a theme park there too.
The theme park includes Wallace & Gromit, Morph and Shaun the Sheep. And while this seemed a little tacky, it could be really good for keeping children entertained while the adults enjoy the more meaningful aspects of this location.