x

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt

Online Activity and Events Guide

Falmouth Art Gallery, Falmouth Library and our Heritage Parks, Gardens and Cemeteries are now open in line with government guidelines. We will continue to add new content below for all ages to enjoy and also post updates about what is happening in our settings. Please sign up to receive our newsletter. Scroll down to the activities

Falculture is: Falmouth Art Gallery Falmouth Library Heritage Parks, Gardens and Cemeteries Dracaena Centre Events Falmouth Town Council

Exhibitions

  • 3 new Exhibitions at Falmouth Art Gallery

  • 11 June – 11 September @ Falmouth Art Gallery A celebration of invention and innovation in Falmouth past and present, plus some jolly clever things from other parts of Cornwall.  This eclectic and fun filled exhibition features an assortment of artworks,

Community and Workshops

Collections

  • Brown, Sir John Arnesby RA (1866-1955)A Summer Day - a study for 'A June Day', oil on canvas, 60 x 71.5 cms. Presented to the Corporation of Falmouth in 1923 by Alfred A. de Pass, in memory of his

  • A few thoughts on recent research by our Trainee Curator Emily Spargo John William Waterhouse RA (1849-1917) Bouquet Oil on canvas Falmouth Art Gallery collection Muriel Foster, from a 1905 publication.Frisco Magazine (July 1905): Plays and Players p47. The Artist John William Waterhouse

  • We are a group of year 10 students from Penryn College doing work experience here at the gallery. When we arrived we were given a task to create an exhibition for the gallery. Originally, we were creating a hypothetical exhibition

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.