Visit the iconic Cathedral that is situated in the heart of Truro. With free admission it is one attraction that is not to be missed!
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.
One of the Country's leading contemporary galleries situated on grand Georgian Lemon Street.
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For affordable unique prints, often featuring local artists and scenes, head over to Whistlefish.
Situated within the grounds of Truro School, the Burrell is a hidden gem for theatre and dance in our city.
Walking in and around Truro every Tuesday morning commencing at 10am All walkers walk at their own risk (suitable footwear should be worn) Meeting Points: December
Buy local produce and crafts from the Truro Farmers' Market which is held every Wednesday and Saturday.
Discover Truro's largest indoor market on the Lemon Quay. Pannier Market is home to over 30 traders for you to explore!
One of the best in the South West, Hendra Skate Park is just a short walk from our city centre.