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Falmouth Art Gallery
Services and organisations that have the Local Offer flash have filled out inclusion information, meaning that they meet the needs of people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

Falmouth Art Gallery is in the centre of Falmouth and is easily accessible by all forms of transport. You will find us on The Moor, in the upper floor of the Municipal Buildings.

We have a vibrant exhibition and event programme. We change exhibitions regularly and hang works from our permanent collection alongside major museum loans, work from local artists, community groups, school children and students. Our events cater for all ages, from babies upwards. There will be something for everyone.

Who to contact

Contact name
Sara Baistrocchi
Contact position
Community Engagement Coordinator
01326 313863
Falmouth Art Gallery Website

Where to go

Falmouth Art Gallery
Municipal Building
The Moor
TR11 2RT

(closed Good Friday and limited opening between Christmas and New Year)


Full access. Wheelchair/pushchair access is by lift in our side entrance to the right of the building


Wheelchair/pushchair friendly toilet. Baby change.

We are a dog friendly museum

Staff can direct you to cafes nearby

How to get here

By Car:

Follow the A39 into central Falmouth and turn left at the traffic lights onto Kimberley Park Road.

Parking signs direct you to Short stay parking on The Moor and Long stay on Quarry Hill.

Disabled parking is available nearby on Webber Street or The Moor.

By Bus
Buses stop at The Moor.
Follow this link

By Train
Nearest stations are Penmere or Falmouth town. Both are approximately 30 minute walks from the galley.

A town shuttle bus service can take you from Falmouth Town to The Moor

Time / date details

When is it on?
Monday - Saturday 10:00 - 17:00
Time of day

Other details


Free Entry for Everbody


Age ranges
From 0 years
Referral required

Inclusion details

Saint Piran's Flag Baby changing icon Disabled toilet icon Wheelchair icon
How we make our service inclusive

All our services are physically fully accessible. Our staff are trained to accommodate activities for a wide range of children, according to their abilities.

Staff SEND experience

We are all qualified practitioners and we have been trained to promote equality and diversity. Unfortunately we are not able to provide a 1:1 specific support for children and young people with SEND, but we can adapt the activities according to their needs and help families to enjoy the workshop together.

How our service supports providers / schools / colleges

We offer specifically tailored sessions for schools of all levels and we can provide resources specific for people with special education needs.

Other local or national support

Falmouth Town Council Activity and Events Guide

Last updated: 29/11/2019

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