Visit the Minack Theatre
Rowena Cade is the determined woman responsible for this gorgeous outdoor theatre abutting the cliffs of Cornwall. What started out as performances in her garden in 1932 developed into a gorgeous Roman looking amphitheater made of stone that Rowena herself hauled from the beach and carved. Today there are all types of performances between June and September, but most are Shakespearean. Only simple stage scenery is necessary because of the gorgeous view and sound of the crashing ocean. This is the place to go for a unique outdoor experience.
Why is it bucket list worthy?
Where else can you enjoy a play while watching the sun go down over the ocean AND while sitting on stones hauled by a fiercely spirited old lady?