Things to do in Truro

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Our local attractions cannot open their doors but despite lockdown their websites have lots to keep us interested.  Take a look below for different activities to keep young and not so young entertained.

Don't forget essential shops are open and some non-essential shop offer an online  / click-and-collect service.  

We will be updating this page on a regular basis. 

Truro Farmers Market on Lemon Quay and open on Saturdays only

Restaurants & cafes offering a takeaway/delivery service -  We are updating on a regular basis, please check for any changes. 

Wildings Walks  - Ideas of family walks for daily exercise from the Wilding Family.

Coosebean Woodland Enchanted Nature Trail. - Have you explored it yet, nows your chance during lockdown 

Cycling in and around our Great Little City - Trails to discover

Boscawen Park 

Victoria Gardens 

 Colouring Sheets  from Visit Truro 

Royal Cornwall Museum (from their rainy day activities pages) :   

Treasure Trails Find a trail near to where you live to respect the current UK lockdown guidelines – Enjoy ‘solving clues whilst getting some socially-distanced exercise’. If there is no suitable trail near you, Treasure Trail have a series of well-being challenges – just sign up to receive their daily challenge

Cornwall Wildlife Trust Their website has a wealth of resources and helpful aid to keep us going under this latest lockdown, such as those few links we selected from their website:

Newquay Zoo  Despite having closed their doors to the public, their website ‘education’ page has an amazing listing of facts, and activities aimed for different age groups.

Better Leisure have 20 Fun things to to with kids at home.  There might just the one your kids haven't tried out yet.

National Maritime Museum Cornwall: Lots of choices with these 'Make and take at home'  such as the following

Keep checking our What's on Pages for all the latest updates as well our social channels (@visittruro) for any changes or updates.