Land's End, one of Britain's favourite destination for days out is located at the most south-westerly point of the mainland. With spectacular views of the ocean, the scenery alone can literally take your breath away. Not only will you witness the famous signpost, but at the tip of the land, you will also find 'The First and Last House' that was originally built in the 19th century. A lot has changed to the house since then, but either way, it is just as interesting to see. Further along the stretch of land, you will come across the Greeb Farm which houses many different types of animals, from sheeps to goats to rabbits and even pigs. For a small fee, this will keep the little one's entertained for sure. On specific days, there are also different types of entertainment programs, the full details can be found here.
Land's End is one of those places that you need to visit if you're in Cornwall. We spent half a day there and felt that it was enough, but if you have children, then you can definitely consider this attraction as a full day out for the family. It is free entry and you only need to pay for parking, which is £5 for the day. There are plenty of food and drink places, souvenir shops and even a hotel if you fancy staying the night.