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Online Activity and Events Guide

5 January 2021 update: Falmouth Library is operating a click and collect service, our Heritage Parks, Gardens and Cemeteries are open but Falmouth Art Gallery and other services are closed. There is still plenty happening online and we will continue to work on adding new content below for all ages to enjoy. Please sign up to receive our newsletter about what’s happening. Scroll down to the activities

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Activities and things to make

  • In November we opened two travel-themed exhibitions called 'There and Back' and 'Here and There' which explore journeys near and far. Unfortunately you can't see them in person at the moment so we thought we would adapt Eve's wonderful

  • We all try to capture special moments taking photos. It is a way to remember and cherish them. Framing picture is an extra act of care, and there is nothing more satisfying than creating hand-made frames. MATERIAL NEEDED (for

  • An easy craft coming from eastern traditions, can seems tricky at a first glance, but it is easy to master after a couple of attempts. A cute idea as a present or an unconventional Christmas Decoration. MATERIAL NEEDED: Origami paper (or

Things to read, watch and see

  • Charles Napier Hemy RA RWS (1841-1917) was born in Newcastle, lived in London, studied in Antwerp, settled in Falmouth and is buried in Falmouth Cemetery.  He was the first Falmouth artist to be elected a Royal Academician and is celebrated

  • Do you fancy trying something a bit different this lockdown? One of our freelancers, Justin Wiggins, has formed the Book Sniffers Club. This a new creative wellbeing project which aims to get our noses back in books and make

  • Our Community Gallery is hosting a fascinating photography exhibition. The photos on display are by an amazing group of people who have taken part in the first 8 week discover smartphone photography project in Falmouth, run by Make it Better

What’s happening outdoors

  • This year it has not been possible to hold Falmouth's Christmas Tree Festival as we usually would at Princess Pavilion and Gyllyngdune Gardens, but we were determined that this much loved event would still be celebrated, albeit in a different

  • Sedum Spectabile Common name:StonecropsGenus:SedumSpecies:SpectabileExposure:Full sunHardiness:HardySoil type:Neutral to AlkalineHeight:45cmsSpread:100cms A clump forming perennial with upright, unbranched green stems, which originates from China and Korea. It can tolerate the severest of continental climates, including exposed upland locations in the UK, withstanding temperatures as low

  • ANIGOZANTHOS flavidus Common name:Kangaroo PawFamily:HaemodoraceaeGenus:AnigozanthosExposure:Full sunHardiness:Semi-hardySoil type:Well drained/ sandy loamHeight:180cmsSpread:60cms Originating from Southwest Australia, this perennial plant forms a clump of strap-like leaves growing from an underground rhizome, which has evolved to allow the species to regenerate after drought or fire. When

Falmouth Cultural Services are..

Falmouth Art Gallery

The award-winning Falmouth Art Gallery is family friendly and free. The gallery has a vibrant and ambitious exhibitions program. Featuring work from the gallery collection alongside loans from artists, museum collections, and private lenders. The three exhibition rooms change often. There is always something new and exciting to enjoy. We offer free workshops and events.

Heritage parks and gardens

Falmouth has a long and rich multicultural heritage. There are four public gardens within easy walking distance of each other within the town.

  • Gyllyngdune gardens
  • Queen Mary gardens
  • Fox Rosehill gardens
  • Kimberley park

Falmouth is also home to a variety of interesting cemeteries.

Falmouth Library

You can use the library for borrowing books and DVDs. There is a suite of on-site computers available. The Library offers a range of activities for adults and children. There is a specialised maritime collection.

Dracaena Centre

The Dracaena Centre is a community hub with a regular programme of activities for all ages. Falmouth Cultural Services works in partnership with the Dracaena Centre to provide its youth services.