Attractions
Gardens
History and heritage

National Trust Trelissick Gardens

Trelissick Gardens and house, run by the National Trust are just a short journey from our great little city. 

Children
Arts and culture

Burrell Theatre

Situated within the grounds of Truro School, the Burrell is a hidden gem for theatre and dance in our city.

Activities
Trips and tours
Walking
Children
Attractions

Enterprise Boats

Buy your tickets from us at Visit Truro.  A trip on an Enterprise boat offers a great chance to relax while enjoying the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a stunning, unspoilt landscape. 

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!

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

Truro Farmers' Market

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

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

Lemon Street Gallery

One of the Country's leading contemporary galleries situated on grand Georgian Lemon Street.

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.

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.

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