A historic pub on Chapel St, the first place in England to hear news of Admiral Lord Nelson's death after the Battle of Trafalgar.
The Egyptian House looks like a bizarre cross between a Georgian town house and an Egyptian sarcophagus and was originally built for a...
Housed in Penzance's former telecoms building, this gallery hosts regular exhibitions of contemporary art. It's the sister gallery to...
A spit-and-sawdust pub on Chapel St, bedecked in maritime memorabilia, and supposedly linked by a secret smugglers' tunnel to the harbour.
Down an alley off Chapel St, this no-nonsense bistro serves unpretentious food such as fish served with Med-style marinades, and steaks...
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Zero Lounge information
More urban chic than olde worlde, this open-plan bar also has the town's best beer garden – a hidden patio with sofas and wicker chairs to lounge on. DJs play at weekends.