Visit the iconic Cathedral that is situated in the heart of Truro. With free admission it is one attraction that is not to be missed!
Cornwall's Cathedral is situated right at the heart of Truro. Its three spires and amazing architecture dominate the city skyline, making it one of the most iconic buildings in Cornwall, with over 200,000 visitors a year. Designed by John Loughborough Pearson, Truro Cathedral has stunning architecture and some of the best examples of stained glass windows any where in the country and was only completed in 1910.
- Open 7 days a week
- Admission is FREE but donations are welcome
- Guide books available for a small fee from the cathedral shop
- Groups welcome
Facilities & Access
- Accessible toilet
- Ramp at front entrance.
- Hearing loop is installed
- Wheelchair available for use by the shop entrance
- Cafe with childrens menu avilable
- Childrens trails
- Addtional childrens activites during school holidays
- High Cross NCP (long stay) or Old Bridge Street (short stay) charges apply
General Worship Information
Visiting and Service Times
Please note that opening times for visiting only is 11-3pm.
8.00am: BCP Holy Communion. Will take place in the High Altar (Choir Stalls)
9.00am: Morning Prayer. Will take place at St Samson's Chapel.
10.00am: Sunday Eucharist (please note that morning coffee will NOT be held after this service). Will take place in the Nave.
3.00pm: BCP Evening Prayer, after which the cathedral will close. Will take place at St Mary's Aisle.
(Please note that all services held in the Nave have 30 seats available)
Monday - Saturday
Please note that opening times for visiting only remains at 10-3pm.
9.00am: Holy Communion. Will take place in the Nave.
9.30am: Morning Prayer. Will take place in the Nave.
3.00pm: Evening Prayer, after which the cathedral will close. Will take place in the Nave.
(Please note that all services held in the Nave have 30 seats available with further room for 21 standing)