The gallery originally opened as Sims Gallery, in 1998, specializing in traditional Newlyn and Modern British. In 2001, the gallery became known as Market House under the auspices of Jonathan Grimble, who brought many modern and contemporary artists to further prominance. 2005 saw Kevin Dickenson take over the reins. He in particular, promoted many contemporary >> read more
We want to share with you the story of the people who use small boats and to explore the lives of one community for whom the sea has been an essential lifeline and source of food: the people of Cornwall.Hence our mission: To inspire people with stories of the Sea, Boats and Cornwall.Like other Museums, >> read more
Our collection allows you to discover masterpieces by Thomas Gainsborough, Laura Knight, Alfred Munnings, John Singer Sargent, Henry Scott Tuke, Charles Napier Hemy and George Frederick Watts alongside pictures by contemporary artists such as Naomi Frears and Trevor Bell. The Art Gallery’s most famous painting is The Lady of Shalott by John William Waterhouse, which >> read more
Discover the Cornish village of Herodsfoot as myCornwall contributor Pete London explores the history and present day features behind this quaint village.
Cycle, walk, run or ride along Cornwall's beautiful mineral tramways. Coastal, inland or coast to coast
“#ThrowbackThursday to this picture of ‘the Assembly Rooms and Play House’ in Truro from a 1923 sale catalogue, foun… https://t.co/o8bmkrZGb0”
Join Bill Oakley as he discovers the story behind Penwarne Manor and speaks to ambitious couple Nathan and Vicky Harvey about the dramatic restoration.
Join Bill Oakley as he escapes the crowds and looks at a few of the lesser-known coves, beaches and bays of Cornwall.
Visit Mousehole's narrow streets, picturesque harbour with myCornwall editor Mark Pugh.