Attractions in the Truro Roseland Peninsula and North Coast Area


  • Visitor Attractions

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Marianne GoldenMarianne Golden

      Portscatho
      Fine Artist – Dramatically realistic and vivid paintings are inspired by the ever changing scenery in Cornwall. Paintings of the beautiful scenery in St Just in Roseland, Portscatho, St Mawes, St Anthony, Veryan.

    • Mount Hawke Skate ParkMount Hawke Skate Park

      Porthtowan
      Mount Hawke Skate Park is a converted farm warehouse that receieved a lottery grant and turned itself into probably the best skate-park in Britain. We are located on the outskirts of the village of Mount Hawke, a couple of miles from Porthtowan and St Agnes and approximately 8 miles from the city of Truro.

    • Blue Hills Tin StreamsBlue Hills Tin Streams

      St Agnes
      Discover skills of the ancient tinner – tin has been produced in this valley for centuries. Follow the mining process from rock to metal. A tin mining valley steeped in history, this is not a museum but a family business. We have a selection of giftware made out of Cornish tin that is won, worked, smelted and cast at Blue Hills Tin Streams.

    • Healeys Cornish Cyder FarmHealeys Cornish Cyder Farm

      Goonhavern
      A trip to our Cyder Farm is a day out like no other. There’s plenty to do for free – from petting our farm animals to sampling our products and picking up souvenirs in our farm shop – or you can discover all the amazing things we do with our apples by taking a tour, or tractor trip.

    • Hall for CornwallHall for Cornwall

      Truro
      Hall for Cornwall is the largest theatre in Cornwall and a regional performance venue. Located in the heart of Truro, Hall for Cornwall is conveniently located with nearby parking and all of the City’s shops and amenities close by. Throughout the year the theatre offers a packed programme of music, drama and dance with something for visitors of all ages and tastes.

    • AdventurelineAdventureline

      Guided walking and exploration holidays around the dramatically varied coasts and moors of Cornwall, showing you the finest landscapes and wildlife, history and culture. Picture yourself hiking this spectacular coastline… walking through carpets of myriad wild flowers… intimately observing the seals below and the birds above… maybe even stopping for a delightful swim? 2016 is our 29th year.

    • Trelissick GardensTrelissick Gardens

      Feock and Point
      This tranquil garden and estate, in the care of the National Trust, is renowned for its glorious position at the head of Carrick Roads, with panoramic views down the estuary towards Falmouth and the sea. The gardens at Trelissick are constantly evolving, with new planting and fresh ideas.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Gardens In CornwallGardens in Cornwall

      Cornwall is famed for its gardens, benefiting from the mild climate. This website lists details of more than 50 gardens in the county, from world-renowned visitor attractions to gardens off the beaten track and open just for a few days a year.

    • Truro CathedralTruro Cathedral

      Truro
      Sits in the heart of Cornwall’s only city. Its gothic appearance belies its modern age; building started in 1880 and was completed by 1910. Beautiful interior with amazing stained glass. Don’t miss the bendy Nave, the story of the blue pane and the Cornubia “Land of the Saints” painting. Free Guided tours March to October. Restaurant and Shop open Mon – Sat.

    • Royal Cornwall Museum TruroRoyal Cornwall Museum Truro

      Truro
      The archaeological collection ranges from the Palaeolithic to the Post-Medieval period, with an important bronze age collection of metalwork, pottery, stone and flint tools.

  • Visitor Attractions

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • AdventurelineAdventureline

      Guided walking and exploration holidays around the dramatically varied coasts and moors of Cornwall, showing you the finest landscapes and wildlife, history and culture. Picture yourself hiking this spectacular coastline… walking through carpets of myriad wild flowers… intimately observing the seals below and the birds above… maybe even stopping for a delightful swim? 2016 is our 29th year.

    • Blue Hills Tin StreamsBlue Hills Tin Streams

      St Agnes
      Discover skills of the ancient tinner – tin has been produced in this valley for centuries. Follow the mining process from rock to metal. A tin mining valley steeped in history, this is not a museum but a family business. We have a selection of giftware made out of Cornish tin that is won, worked, smelted and cast at Blue Hills Tin Streams.

    • Gardens In CornwallGardens in Cornwall

      Cornwall is famed for its gardens, benefiting from the mild climate. This website lists details of more than 50 gardens in the county, from world-renowned visitor attractions to gardens off the beaten track and open just for a few days a year.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Hall for CornwallHall for Cornwall

      Truro
      Hall for Cornwall is the largest theatre in Cornwall and a regional performance venue. Located in the heart of Truro, Hall for Cornwall is conveniently located with nearby parking and all of the City’s shops and amenities close by. Throughout the year the theatre offers a packed programme of music, drama and dance with something for visitors of all ages and tastes.

    • Healeys Cornish Cyder FarmHealeys Cornish Cyder Farm

      Goonhavern
      A trip to our Cyder Farm is a day out like no other. There’s plenty to do for free – from petting our farm animals to sampling our products and picking up souvenirs in our farm shop – or you can discover all the amazing things we do with our apples by taking a tour, or tractor trip.

    • Marianne GoldenMarianne Golden

      Portscatho
      Fine Artist – Dramatically realistic and vivid paintings are inspired by the ever changing scenery in Cornwall. Paintings of the beautiful scenery in St Just in Roseland, Portscatho, St Mawes, St Anthony, Veryan.

    • Mount Hawke Skate ParkMount Hawke Skate Park

      Porthtowan
      Mount Hawke Skate Park is a converted farm warehouse that receieved a lottery grant and turned itself into probably the best skate-park in Britain. We are located on the outskirts of the village of Mount Hawke, a couple of miles from Porthtowan and St Agnes and approximately 8 miles from the city of Truro.

    • Royal Cornwall Museum TruroRoyal Cornwall Museum Truro

      Truro
      The archaeological collection ranges from the Palaeolithic to the Post-Medieval period, with an important bronze age collection of metalwork, pottery, stone and flint tools.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Trelissick GardensTrelissick Gardens

      Feock and Point
      This tranquil garden and estate, in the care of the National Trust, is renowned for its glorious position at the head of Carrick Roads, with panoramic views down the estuary towards Falmouth and the sea. The gardens at Trelissick are constantly evolving, with new planting and fresh ideas.

    • Truro CathedralTruro Cathedral

      Truro
      Sits in the heart of Cornwall’s only city. Its gothic appearance belies its modern age; building started in 1880 and was completed by 1910. Beautiful interior with amazing stained glass. Don’t miss the bendy Nave, the story of the blue pane and the Cornubia “Land of the Saints” painting. Free Guided tours March to October. Restaurant and Shop open Mon – Sat.