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Published December 30th 2012
Falmouth's cultural hub
About a 10 minutes brisk walk away from the Falmouth train station and nestled beside the historical gardens of Gyllyngdune, is the Princess Pavillion.
This is where things happen in Falmouth. Almost all major events in music, comedy, workshops, art and crafts and theatre are hosted here. From Salsa lessons to graduation ceremonies, Princess Pavillion has seen them all.
The wooden dance floor hosts traditional T dances every week on Tuesday afternoons between 2 pm - 4.30 pm. An admission fee of £3 is charged on door that includes a cup of free tea.
The Bar & Bistro serves a traditional homemade menu and is open everyday from 11 am, with Lunch served between 12 pm- 2 pm and Dinner between 6.30 pm to 9 pm.
The entire place is friendly for the disabled and offers wheelchair support from Car Park to all areas, including the toilets. It is also fitted with a loop induction system for people with hearing difficulties.
If you want to find out more about the events, click here.