Truro is Cornwall's city, situated on the three rivers of Truro, Kenwyn and Allen and one of the five Stannary towns. Through it's cobbled streets you can find an array of historic buildings, gardens and shops to enjoy whether you are visiting Truro for a bite to eat, complete an errand, exploration or to just meet up with friends.
There is often events going on in the city, you can keep abreast of these here.
Points of Interest
- Truro Cathedral – This tall building can be found on High Cross and took 30 years to build and was completed in 1910.
- Coinage Hall – Our Victorian Coinage hall on Boscawen Street replaced the 14th Century original.
- Royal Cornwall Museum – This Museum can be found on River Street with a wide variety of displays and exhibitions throughout the year.
- Victoria Gardens – Commemorating the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria these gardens are beautiful place to visit both Summer and Winter and are home to the band stand, wonderful tall trees and winding paths to a pond.
- Markets – Truro boasts two permanent 'Markets' at the Lemon Street Market and Truro Pannier Market. We also have Farmers markets on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9am with local produce and crafts on Saturdays.
Find out more about things to see in Truro here.