Activities
Children
Attractions

Truro Bowl

Enjoy fun for all the family at Truro Bowl, open seven days a week with an eight lane bowling centre.

Local Produce
Independent Shops
Markets
Markets

Truro Farmers Market

Buy local produce from the Truro Farmers' Market.           Find them on Lemon Quay every Wednesday and Saturday.

Fashion
Women's Clothes & Accessories
Children's Clothing
Jewellery
Gifts
Independent Shops
Arts and culture
Galleries

Guild Of Ten

The Guild of Ten is a small independent gallery selling fine contemporary crafts and design by leading Cornish makers.  

Attractions

Penelewey Tours

Penelewey Tours runs three tours focusing on local rivers from source to sea.  

Activities
Markets
Attractions

Late Night Shopping in Truro

Enjoy late night shopping in our great little city on Wednesdays from Wednesday 23rd November to Wednesday 21st December. More details to follow! Late Night Shopping dates for 2022:

Activities
Children

Free Tennis for Truro

Tennis for Free is a community sports charity working in local parks around the UK removing the cost barrier to sport for all.   Register for free here 

Art & Stationery
E-Cigarette
Fashion
Women's Clothes & Accessories
Men's Clothes
Jewellery
Local Produce
Gifts
Souvenirs
Independent Shops
Markets
Markets

The Pannier Market

Truro's Largest Indoor Market, with over 30 traders.

E-Cigarette
Fashion
Women's Clothes & Accessories
Footwear
Jewellery
Local Produce
Music & Technology
Toys & Books
Home
Interiors & Home
Fabric/Crafts
Gifts
Technology
Souvenirs
Independent Shops
Markets
Markets

Markets

Truro is home to two indoor markets and a twice-weekly outdoor Farmers Market. As well as this, Lemon Quay hosts the Cornwall Shop Small Market and the Outdoor Truro Antiques and Collectables Market on various dates throughout the year.

Arts and culture
Theatre
Music
Film
Creative

Old Bakery Studios

Truro's multi-purpose  arts venue by the river.  Check them out for a diverse range of events.

Activities
Walking
Wildlife
Children
Gardens

Daubuz Moors

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

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