Your culture attendant: things to do in Newquay

A THING TO DO TODAY

NEWQUAY
Price: £10.95 (adult)
Time: 1-3 hours
Sharks get hungry, so thankfully for the visitors the ones at the Blue Reef Aquarium (on Towan Promenade in Newquay) are regularly fed. Watch them having lunch at 2.30pm today and discover more about these fascinating creatures from the aquarium staff, after which you can meet other creatures of the sea and shore including piranhas, turtles and Cornish native species.
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Sunrise: 04:34
Sunset: 20:18
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