Gardens

Furniss Island

Named after the popular Cornish biscuit company which once ran its factory in Truro, Furniss Island is a quiet spot on the banks of the River Allen just before it meets the Kenwyn. A short walk from New Bridge Street and Lemon Quay.

Markets

Truro Farmers' Market

Buy local produce and crafts from the Truro Farmers' Market which is held every Wednesday and Saturday.

Activities
Wildlife
Children
Gardens

Boscawen Park

Visit beautiful Boscawen Park and enjoy the new play area or the fantastic sporting facilities that are available to hire.

Gardens

Burncoose Gardens

Enjoy exploring the 30 acre woodland garden at Burncoose. It is open throughout the year and has a long track record of winning gold medals at the Chelsea Flower Show.

Children
Arts and culture
Attractions
History and heritage
Museums

Royal Cornwall Museum

Visit the Royal Cornwall Museum in the centre of Truro to see historical artefacts from Cornwall and all around the world.

The Pannier Market

Discover Truro's largest indoor market on the Lemon Quay. Pannier Market is home to over 30 traders for you to explore!

Arts and culture
Galleries

Art Galleries in our Great Little City

Truro's galleries sell a wide range of art and high end craft for all tastes and pockets. Atrium Gallery:  this gallery is upstairs in Truro's award winning Lemon Street Market.

Gardens

National Trust Trelissick

Visit this beautiful National Trust estate close to Truro. You can enjoy wonderful woodland walks through the gardens, parkland and wooded estate.

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