Things to Do
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Overlooking the sandy isthmus of Hugh Town, the current offices of the Duchy of Cornwall were built in 1792 as the Officers' Mess
Isle Of Scilly
Defining the harbour is the lifeboat station, inside you will find paintings, models and accounts of rescues from past to present.
Between McFarland's Down and the Innisidgen Bronze Age Tombs, you will find Bar Point, one of St. Mary's most scenic and sandy beaches. Jutting out into the sea, with spectacular views, the underwater sand bar streches from here to St. Martin's and Tresco and is the location of a former,...
There is a raw beauty and remoteness to this gorgeous beach, nestled on the north side of the island. Great Bay is a vast expanse of creamy sand and is not to be missed
St Mary's Golf Club and clubhouse are open all year to members and non-members.
A great family beach with safe swimming, views, walks and long grasses to hide out and have a picnic in.
Fortified walls encircling the headland west of Hugh Town, begun about 1588 and added to during the period c1715-46 as part of the island's defences. Small site exhibition.
St. Mary's bike hire. The perfect way to see this beautiful island is on two wheels.
With exhibitions of some of Cornwall's leading contemporary artists, as well as some who are less established, you will always find something to suit your taste.
an open invitation to view its superb collection of paintings by the likes of Barbara Hepworth and Ivon Hitchens.