Parish Church

Interesting
This 15C church - the baptistery dates back to 1956 - is devoted to the fishermen apostles Peter and Andrew, and Saint Ia, the first missionary to come to St Ives, who gave his name to the town. You cannot miss its Zennor granite tower and steeple near the port. The barrel vault and the ends of the wooden benches are interesting, as are the works of art by Barbara Hepworth (sculpture and chandelier).

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Nearby tourist attractions

Barbara Hepworth Museum
Barbara Hepworth Museum
House where Barbara Hepworth and her
1:30
Tate St Ives
Tate St Ives
This magnificent building (1993)
2:00
Smeaton Pier
Smeaton Pier
The pier and its observation post with
0:15
St Nicholas Chapel
St Nicholas Chapel
On The Island, this traditional chapel
0:15
Chysauster Ancient Village
Chysauster Ancient Village
The best-preserved prehistoric village
0:15
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Other ideas « Patrimony »

Smeaton Pier
Smeaton Pier
The pier and its observation post with
0:15
St Nicholas Chapel
St Nicholas Chapel
On The Island, this traditional chapel
0:15
Chysauster Ancient Village
Chysauster Ancient Village
The best-preserved prehistoric village
0:15
See all

Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Barbara Hepworth Museum
Barbara Hepworth Museum
House where Barbara Hepworth and her
1:30
Tate St Ives
Tate St Ives
This magnificent building (1993)
2:00
St Nicholas Chapel
St Nicholas Chapel
On The Island, this traditional chapel
0:15
See all