Explore Cornwall's only city from Truro railway station
Originally opened back in 1859, Truro railway station is located right in the centre of Cornwall's only city and is only a 12-minute walk from its stunning Victorian Gothic Revival cathedral, which was the first completely new one to be built in Britain for around 800 years when construction started on it in the late 1800s.
Uncover the region's history at the Royal Cornwall Museum
Other key attractions in Truro in addition to the cathedral include the Royal Cornwall Museum, which has roots that go all of the way back to 1818 and the founding of the Royal Institution of Cornwall. It boasts a range of fascinating exhibitions including incredible collections of art, ceramics and rare minerals.
Take a tour of Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm
A trip to Cornwall would not be complete without enjoying a cider or two, so head to Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm on the outskirts of Truro for a tour of the site and also to sample some of its finest beverages. Beer enthusiasts should also visit the Skinner's Brewery to discover how they produce their award-winning ales, as well as to perhaps have a try of a couple to see what all of the fuss is about. Planning a trip to Truro railway station? Travelodge Hayle Hotel is around 20 miles away and offers low-cost accommodation, while Travelodge St Austell Hotel is another fantastic option in the region.