Stuart house is a late medieval town house restored by the Stuart House Trust as an arts and heritage centre.
The garden to the rear of the House has been laid out as a 17th century Gentleman’s Garden.
The House is used for arts and crafts exhibitions and sales, refreshments, lectures, music recitals and heritage exhibitions.
There is a permanent Civil War exhibition and many of the rooms are available for hire.
It hosts the Liskeard Old Cornwall Society with its extensive archive of local history, which is available for consultation by appointment.
Stuart House had been in continuous private occupation until acquired by the Trust in the late 20th century. Its most illustrious visitor was King Charles I who stayed here during his Cornish campaign in 1644.