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.

Activities
Walking
Attractions

Cornwall’s great scenic railways

Make your journey part of the adventure – from St Ives to the Tamar Valley Line, explore the best of Cornwall on the county’s great scenic railways.

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.

Gardens

Enys Garden

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.

Gardens

Furniss Island

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

Activities
Swimming
Children

Truro Leisure Centre

Truro Leisure Centre has a wide selection of fitness facilities available for you to use including a swimming pool and fitness centre.

Activities

The Celtic Tossers - Axe Throwers

Why not try axe throwing here in Our Great Little City.  Three lanes available  Full Session (1 hour) £20. One person per lane  2 additional people £5 each  Taster Session £5 for 15 axes  8 Tabernacle Street, Truro, TR1 2EJ

Activities
Walking
History and heritage

Self Guided Walk of Truro

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.

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.

Arts and culture

Lemon Street Gallery

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

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