Visiting Cornwall

Cornwall is a great place to visit, with an abundance of activities, amenities and attractions to explore!

From arts and culture to unique dining and shopping, outdoor adventure, events and historical gems – there is always more than you’d expect! Cornwall’s Riverside Trail is popular with cyclists, stretching from the east end of the City and continuing west for over 20 kilometers. The Trail and Lamoureux Park also offer a great place to stroll along the St. Lawrence River.

Cornwall is a natural hub for visitors seeking to explore the City and surrounding small villages.  Take the time to explore our attractions, and enjoy a great selection of eclectic shops and wonderful restaurants.

Visitor Guide

The Cornwall Visitor Guide is a bilingual publication that features information on seasonal activities, attractions, accommodations, restaurants, shopping and more. The guide is available at the Cornwall Tourism office inside the Cornwall Civic Complex as well at brochure racks throughout the city, region and beyond. Hard copies can be requested via the Cornwall Tourism website or via this request form.

Visitor Information Centre

Begin your visit with a stop at the Cornwall Tourism Visitor Information Centre at the Civic Complex (100 Water Street East) in Downtown Cornwall, along the St. Lawrence River.  The Centre is open Monday to Friday (8:30am to 4:30am) and seven days a week during the summer tourism season (June to August). You can also text Cornwall Tourism anytime at 613-938-4748 and staff will get back to you as soon as possible.

Connect with Cornwall Tourism

Cornwall maintains an active online presence, providing up-to-date news, a comprehensive calendar of events and a number of maps and brochures that can be downloaded.  You can follow Cornwall Tourism online: