Bodmin in Cornwall is a historic Town. Bodmin is where the Cornish rebellion started in 1497.
15,000 Cornish men marched on London.
Bodmin is the former capital of Cornwall – It has a population of 14,700 approx.
Bodmin Jail was the home of the crown jewels and the Domesday book. It dates back to the 18 th century. The jail has had over 50 public hangings although it is a museum now.
It is a must see attraction on your family Cornwall holiday
Bodmin Jail was the first jail to have individual cells.
East of Bodmin is an area of outstanding natural beauty – bleak and remote ideal to blow away some cobwebs
Bodmin Camel Trail
This stretches 17 miles between Padstow and Bodmin – it is ideal for a lovely cycle on your family holiday in cornwall.
Bodmin + Wenford railway
Cornwall’s steam rail way – take a leisurely 13-mile journey through the Cornish country side on a 1950 s line.