Plan your visit

Whether you’re thirsty for adventure or hungry for new experiences, Land’s End can offer you a day out or short break to suit all tastes and budgets.

The money from our car parking ticket goes towards preserving our designated ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ and protecting its fragile ecosystem. In this way, we hope to keep Land’s End open and conserved for the public to enjoy as it has been since 1066.
Parking charges apply (prices vary seasonally).

To find out more about our updated locals discount take a look below…

Today’s opening times

Our site facilities are currently open everyday from 10:00am - 5:00pm.
*Please note our site facilities are subject to weather conditions.  

Our 110 Acre Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the coastal paths
are accessible all year round for your enjoyment.

The Land's End Hotel is open to non-residents daily from 09:00am.

Parking charges apply (Prices vary seasonally).

Getting here

Land’s End, Sennen
Cornwall, TR19 7AA

Telephone: 01736 871501

How to find us

Early nineteenth century visitors would travel to the First & Last Inn before embarking on the final stage of their journey to Penn-an-Wlas (Land’s End in Cornish) on horseback or foot along the narrow lanes.

Fortunately, nowadays there are many more modes of transport to reach the westernmost point of Cornwall.

By car

Drive along the M4 motorway from London or the M6 motorway from Manchester, joining the M5 motorway towards Exeter then the A30 into Cornwall.

Alternatively, if you’re travelling from or via North Devon, you can opt to join the A39 from junction 27 on the M5 and travel down the north coast to join the A30 at Indian Queens.

If you’re travelling from or via South Devon, take the A38 through Plymouth and Liskeard and join the A30 at Carminnow Cross.

Once on the A30, which is mostly dual carriageway, travel westbound towards Redruth, Camborne and Hayle until you reach Penzance. In Penzance, look for signs marked Land’s End and follow the A30 for 9 miles until you reach the village of Sennen. In Sennen, travel through the village, past the road to Sennen Cove and beyond the First & Last Inn. You’ll find Land’s End at the very end of the A30 road.

By train

There are rail links from all major towns that run into Penzance, terminating at the main station on the seafront.

High-speed train services run frequently from London Paddington station, including the Night Riviera Sleeper Service to Penzance.

The main station in Penzance is 9 miles from Land’s End so to complete your journey, you’ll need to arrange separate transport via taxi, bus or hire car.

By plane

Newquay Cornwall Airport is a regional airport linking Cornwall to major cities around the UK, as well as internationally. Full timetables for services can be found at

There are regular air links to Newquay Airport from Birmingham (1 hr 10 mins), London Gatwick (1 hr), Manchester (1 hr 15 mins) and the Isles of Scilly (30 mins). During the summer there are also air links to Belfast, Edinburgh, Liverpool, London Southend, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Dusseldorf.

Newquay Airport is 51miles from Land’s End, so you will need to arrange for separate transport to complete your journey – taxi, bus or hire car.

Car hire is available at Newquay Cornwall Airport through Europcar, Hertz and Cornwall Classic Car Hire who’ll meet you at the terminal.

By bus

The First Group co-ordinate bus services from the main station in Penzance to Land’s End. Designated bus routes are 1/1a and 1b.

Please note that local bus services are irregular throughout the season so plan your bus travel in advance of your visit.

By taxi

There’s a taxi rank at the main train station in Penzance serviced by a number of local companies who’ll be happy to transport you to Land’s End.

Any Time Taxis: 01736 888888
Penzance Taxis: 01736 333333
Nippy Taxis Penzance: 01736 366666
Prowse Cars: 01736 871786

Car parking

Parking charges apply (prices vary seasonally).

All funds raised from car parking go towards preserving our designated ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ and protecting its fragile ecosystem. In this way, we hope to keep Land’s End open and conserved for the public to enjoy as it has been since 1066.

Our maintenance teams work hand-in-hand with organisations such as the Cornwall Wildlife Trust, RSPB and South West Coast Path to conserve the natural beauty of the Land’s End headland, and our green team strive to improve energy efficiency onsite and reduce our carbon footprint.

Locals Pass

Locals Pass Scheme

Our new ANPR system will mean that locals have to register their vehicle in our Visitor Centre (outside of opening hours please head to the hotel reception).

You will need to bring photographic proof of your Cornish residency i.e. a driving license/ passport, and log your name and registration number on the database.
Please note:  You only have to do this once! This is the only way we will be able to offer the locals complimentary parking for the registered vehicle.
Our locals pass scheme currently entitles the holder to free parking at Land’s End as well as 50% off full price package tickets – The ‘Lyonesse Experience’ Package (all 4 attractions) and the The ‘Longships Experience’ Package (Excludes The Lost Treasure of Lyonesse: A Golf Adventure).