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
Walks which include Cornwall Heritage Trust sites
iWalk Cornwall have compiled a list of their circular walks that include Cornwall Heritage Trust sites.
You can find more information about our sites and how to get there by clicking on each site listed below.