Markets

Truro Farmers' Market

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

Gardens
History and heritage
Houses

Trewithen Garden and House

Visit the internationally renowned Trewithen Gardens and House. Open from March until the end of June it is a wonderful place to see in the springtime.

Arts and culture

Mylor Theatre

The theatre for Truro College, which hosts many eclectic events throughout the year. From drama through to music, it's well worth looking out for their events. Tickets are often available from us here at Visit Truro or via the CRBO.

Arts and culture

Old Bakery Studios

Truro's multi-purpose  arts venue by the river.  Check them out for a diverse range of events.

Gardens

Furniss Island

An oasis of green in the centre of our Great Little City.

Activities
Children

Hendra Skate Park

One of the best in the South West, Hendra Skate Park is just a short walk from our city centre.

Activities
Children
Attractions

Truro on a rainy day with children

We have lots of ideas for things to do with children in our area if the weather is unsettled.  Here's some of them: Truro Cathedral - High Cross - Open daily & free admission.  Free trails to complete around the cathedral daily.

Markets

Lemon Street Market

Visit Lemon Street Market, a unique shopping venue with fantastic independent stores selling jewellery, crafts and more!

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!

Gardens
History and heritage
Houses

Bosvigo Gardens

Bosvigo is an idyllic garden created by owner Wendy with summer in mind. It is a superb garden with the ideal balance between formal and informal showcasing a variety of distinct gardens.

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