Truro/Truru is a City and the centre for administration in Cornwall with a history of permanent dating to Norman times. The city has a cathedral which was built in the gothic revival style and the building was completed in 1910. Truro is also noted for it's Georgian Architecture, open areas and cobbled streets. Within the City is the Royal Cornish Museum on River Street (Click here to visit the Royal Cornwall Museum's website) with has information in regard to Cornish history, culture, natural history and exhibitions. The Hall for Cornwall (HallForCornwall.co.uk) is situated at back Quay, Truro, TR1 2LL and is a major venue for arts and entertainment, as well as having restaurant and café facilities. The Cornish Courts of Justice and Cornwall Council (Konsel Kernow) are also based in Truro. The City, as the administrative centre of Cornwall, is regarded as the number one destination for retail and leisure.
Truro Railway Station is on the Cornish Main Line between London, Plymouth and Penzance. Truro is on the A390 southwest from St Austell. Bus services from the City Bus Station run nationally and to many towns and village throughout the area.