Truro is home to two indoor markets and a twice-weekly outdoor Farmers Market. As well as this, Lemon Quay hosts the Cornwall Shop Small Market and the Outdoor Truro Antiques and Collectables Market on various dates throughout the year.
Learn more about the fascinating history of our wonderful cathedral with a guided tour. With the knowledge of the volunteer guides, these tours are often the best way to appreciate the building and all the treasures that it holds.
Sailing from June - September
A family friendly play park near the Viaduct, just a short walk from the city centre. Please follow the guidance posted at this site to help us use this space safely.
Gym, fitness classes and swimming. Truro Leisure Centre has a wide selection of fitness facilities available for you to use including a swimming pool and fitness centre.
Discover the city of Truro and the surrounding area from your bike with some of the best cycling routes in Cornwall.
To help you find a place of worship in Our Great Little City we have listed the links below aiming to let you find out times of services, meetings, how to attend online services, or book for a service.
The Old Cheese Shop are hosting Knit & Natter sessions on Wednesday mornings from 10.30 - 12.30. Bring your own craft, meet new people, chat away, purchase coffee and cake as you wish.
Summer at Royal Cornwall Museum Join the Royal Cornwall Museum for a summer of fun in Our Great Little City. Journey through time at the Handling History sessions, create your own treasures on Treasure Tuesdays, and explore the museum on the Treasure Trail.
Use this handy guide and follow the walking trails to discover all the lovely open spaces and budding blooms that Our Great Little City has to offer- printed versions of the guide are also available in our Visitor Information Centre on Boscawen Street, and in the library