Whether you’re in Truro during the school holidays or whether you call this great little city ‘home’ there’s always something you can do or somewhere you can go – we’ve put together a little round-up of a few of the events or things to do that have caught our eye.
The Sanctuary Week
The Sanctuary on Old Bridge Street is one of the newer Wine Merchants/Wine Bars in Truro and is putting on a week of special events. If you’re a wine lover, then check these guys out. Best to book to avoid disappointment. Find them on Facebook here
Whether you’re new to Truro or have lived here since the year dot, I bet you’ll find out loads in this interactive trail. Pick up a book from the Royal Cornwall Museum, download the Aurasma App onto your smartphone and make a start around the streets of Truro. Find out about a former slave who became a musician or about the hidden secrets in the foundations of Old County Hall. Perfect if you’ve got wriggly, bored children or even teens who you need to drag away from a screen. You can always promise them a treat at The Hub Box after. Click on the link here to get more information.
You know who….. at The Royal Cornwall Museum
There’s plenty to do at the Royal Cornwall Museum including an exhibition about Cap’n Ross’s Cornwall – other exhibits include famous Cornish son, Richard Lander, a mining exhibition and how Cornwall was affected in the First World War. Plenty to look and teach the kids without them realising that you’re educating them in the holidays! Check out their website here to find out more,
The Old Bakery Studios
A firm favourite of Secret Truro, this Old Bakery has been lovingly brought back to life. Loads of events, check their website here. Highlights include monthly As One Talks – these are monthly, keep an eye on our social media or on Eventbrite to find out when the next one is.
The Fal River Festival is coming soon…!
This 7 day popular festival is chock full of events. Check out their website here and you’ll find something that takes your fancy. If you’re on holiday you begin to realise just how culturally significant the amazing fund-raising Betty Stogs is down in this part of the world.
The lovely people at Wolf Rock Marketing in conjunction with Visit Truro and Enjoy Truro, have produced another edition of ‘Truro’ Pick these up free around the town and find out about even more places to visit, things to do and ideas about where to eat and drink.
Or look out for the new independent maps – more details here