A photographic exhibition evoking women from the past and posed by their scientific contemporaries.
Spring is around the corner and colour is beginning to emerge from the winter garden. See if you can spot the signs of spring in the February half-term trail.Admission charges apply, free to National Trust members
There's lots of fun to be had in our great little city this half term!
Do you love museums? Are you aged between 8 and 14 years?If so, the new RCM Museum Club may be just the thing for you! Run on the 3rd Sunday of each month - £3 per session.
Truro Arts regularly hold workshops in all kind of mediums for all abilities and for all ages. Workshops take place on the mazzanine level and last between 3hrs and all day.
Build and decorate a bird box at the ShelterBox visitor centre - this activity is FREE but donations are very welcome.
Enjoy some free children's activities during half term with different craft activities from 11.00-14.00
Walking in and around Truro every Tuesday commencing at 10am. Walks last approx one and a half to two and a quarter hours. All walkers walk at their own risk (suitable footwear should be worn) February
Young Musicians Platform. Come and hear the cream of young, Cornish musical talent, in the first of a series of showcase concerts in Truro Cathedral. Each concert will contain performances by several young, talented performers, who have applied from all over the county to take part.
Churches together in walking invite people to join their walk to discover parts of Cornwall through walking whilst enjoying fellowship along the walk.