Truro

So much more than Poldark (but also Poldark). Cornwall’s county town has a wealth of impressive architecture from its Georgian, Regency and Victorian heyday and is a bustling centre of arts, culture, history and food.

Poldark at the Museum

True stories and objects of Cornish life in the Poldark era, brought to life with stills from the TV show, with the support author, Winston Graham.

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Truro Cathedral

Gothic-revival masterpiece completed by the visionary Victorians in 1910 – the first cathedral to be built on a new site since Salisbury in 1220.

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Great Cornish Food Festival

Three days dedicated to Cornwall’s food, culture, art and entertainment, featuring the likes of local hero and Michelin-starred chef Nathan Outlaw.

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Hubbox

Classic urban American diner with roots across the South West. Burgers or mac and cheese will go down extra well with a salty dog.

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Lemon Street Gallery

An elegant stage for established and up-and-coming contemporary British artists, founded in Cornish modernism.

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More destinations to explore…

St Austell
St Austell

History and hidden gems on the Cornish Riviera. St Austell is a treasure trove for lovers of good food and beer.

Falmouth
Falmouth

A watery wonder surrounded by picturesque creeks and inlets with a fascinating sailing heritage.

Plymouth
Plymouth

Plymouth thrives as a city of culture, with cool shops and restaurants that run right along the waterfront.

Images: Hubbox; Poldark Exhibition at the Royal Cornwall Museum