Whether you are meeting in your friends to enjoy the sunshine or on you lunch break, Truro's picnic scene is definitely worth checking out. Pack up your lunch and enjoy eating alfresco in the Cornish sunshine.
Use this handy guide and follow the walking trails to discover all the lovely open spaces and budding blooms that Our Great Little City has to offer- printed versions of the guide are also available in our Visitor Information Centre on Boscawen Street, and in the library
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.
Offering a haven to wildlife within minutes of the city centre, the land known as Daubuz Moors was given to the citizens of Truro in 1977 by the Reverend CRS Enys of the Enys Estate to celebrate the Queen's Silver Jubilee and the Centenary of the City of Truro. Its six hectares of former water m
The favourite park of Truro's children, here you will find the refurbished children's natural play area with swings, slides, climbing equipment and sandpits as well as perfect place for small children to cycle, scoot and enjoy the open space.
Our local gardens are continuing to share what is in bloom, or looking back. Take a look at our links for an armchair tour of your favourite Cornish Gardens.
Trelissick House and Garden are positioned in one of the most spectacular locations with stunning views looking over the Fal River and towards Falmouth, all within easy reach of Truro .
An oasis of green in the centre of our Great Little City.
Victoria Gardens were created to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria. A beautiful garden that's worth a visit.
Trewithen Gardens look forward to welcoming you from March 1st 2021 and will require bookings to be made in advance