Here’s a quick list of all of the local attractions and days out places that I know of, who provide Locals Passes and/or season passes. Feel free to let me know if I have missed any and I can add them to the list. I have also included some that provide season passes rather than just locals’ passes.
Cornish Birds of Prey Centre Locals’ Pass
When you purchase a standard ticket, you also get free return entry for 7 days. Plus they do offer Local Passes, for just £2 extra you can visit us as often as you like for 12 months. Check the Cornish Birds of Prey website for more information.
Cornish Seal Sanctuary Locals’ Pass
The Cornish Seal Sanctuary is currently selling locals’ passes 12 months for £12 if you visit before the 28th February 2018. Pop to the Visit Sealife website for more information and to keep an eye out for future sales and information on locals’ passes.
Eden Project Locals’ Pass
You can buy your Eden Project locals’s passes until the 5th March this year. Pop to the Locals’ Pass page on the Eden Project site for more information and prices.
Flambards Locals’ Pass
Flambards do a season pass which you can find on the Flambards website. I’d advise you to keep an eye on their Facebook page as well, as they mention sales and events on there. Also at times they include a locals’ pass within the Cornish Guardian and West Briton apparently, which gets mentioned on their Facebook page as well. If I see a mention of a sale or locals’ pass, then I’ll add the details here.
Land’s End Locals’ Pass
The Land’s End locals’ pass gives locals free parking plus 50% off of the entrance prices to the attractions there. Pop to the Land’s End site where there’s a form to download and more information. You will need passport photos for this one.
National Maritime Museum
Not officially a locals’ pass, but you can pay once for entry and then revisit any time in the next 12 months for free.
Paradise Park Season Tickets
Paradise Park do season tickets, which give you free entry all year, including to the JungleBarn soft play area. Pop to the Paradise Park site for more information and up to date pricing.
Pinetum Gardens Locals’ Pass
I can’t find a lot of information online about the locals’ pass for Pinetum Gardens (Pine Lodge) in St Austell, but here is a link on the Pinetum Garden website to buy locals’ passes.
Tate St Ives Locals’ Pass
The Tate St Ives currently has an offer of a year’s entry for just £5 for locals when you buy a locals’ pass. For more information including what you need to do and take with you to get the pass, visit the Tate St Ives website.
The Telegraph Museum Porthcurno Locals’ Pass
Locals’ can pay once for entry and receive free entry for the next 12 months and free parking. Pop to the Telegraph Museum site for more information.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan Locals’ Pass
Between the 1st and 31st March you can buy a locals’ pass for The Lost Gardens of Heligan or renew your current locals’ pass. Pop to The Lost Gardens of Heligan website for full details.
Wheal Martyn Locals’ Pass
Until the 28th February you can visit Wheal Martyn and pay a discounted entrance fee, which will allow you entry for 12 months if you are local. Pop to this Wheal Martyn post on their site for more information.
Discounts Local Attraction Entry Prices for Locals
Jump4 Trampoline Park – Jump4 do a locals’ pass which is actually a discount for locals off of entry. Check the Jump4 site for more info.
Old Macdonald’s Farm – Locals pay less for entry, check out the Old Macdonald’s Farm site for more information.
Trewithen Gardens – Trewithen Gardens in Grampound Road near to Truro allow local’s a discount on their entry.
*If you’re looking for ideas for days out in Cornwall, pop to my 100 places to go and things to do in Cornwall post for inspiration!