If you are interested in the history of our Great Little City, come and buy a self guided walk from the Tourist Office and step back in time.
The gardens are open to the public from March to the end of September.
The car park, garden and countryside is open. You need to book your parking spaceonly in advance, by 3pm the day before your visit. You'll be turned away if you arrive without a booking. Bookings open weekly every Friday. The shop and plant sales are also now open.
Enjoy fun for all the family at Truro Bowl, open seven days a week with an eight lane bowling centre.
This year may be a bit different and we may be missing some of Truros traditional events but we still have great independent and national shops as well as traffic free streets Monday - Saturday 11am - 3pm giving you Space to Shop this Christmas season.
Discover Truro's largest indoor market on the Lemon Quay. Pannier Market is home to over 30 traders for you to explore!
Visit the oldest gardens in Cornwall that was previously owned by Robert de Enys during the reign of Edward I. Go and visit the unusual plants that have been brought back across the world.
The Royal Cornwall Museum holds collections of Cornish & European archaelogy and social history, as well as world cultures. Open Tuesdays - Saturdays. Free, please book online if possible.
An oasis of green in the centre of our Great Little City.
Buy local produce and crafts from the Truro Farmers' Market which is held every Wednesday and Saturday