Cornwall Heritage Trust owns or manages 11 sites spanning the breadth of Cornwall from Sancreed Beacon in the far west, to Dupath Well in the east. Our sites also cover a broad spectrum of history; from Neolithic remains such as Tregiffian Burial Chamber near Penzance, to the 19th Century Treffry Viaduct near Luxulyan.
Castle an Dinas – A magnificent Iron Age hillfort
Dupath Well – The largest and most impressive Well House in Cornwall
St Breock Downs Monolith – The heaviest standing stone in Cornwall
The Hurler Stone Circles – A line of three early Bronze Age stone circles
Tregiffian Burial Chamber – A late Neolithic/early Bronze Age burial chamber
Trethevy Quoit – A burial chamber from the late Neolithic period
Trevanion Culverhouse – An early dovecote
Treffry Viaduct – First large civil engineering structure of its kind to be built in Cornwall
Sancreed Beacon – An area of granite upland inhabited during the Bronze Age.
King Doniert’s Stone – Ancient carved stones south-east of Bodmin Moor
Carn Euny – A well-preserved Iron Age village
You can find more information about our sites and how to get there by clicking on each site listed below.