John Howard Print Studios is located in an iconic eco-building on the riverside in Penryn.

Visit
You can travel to Falmouth and Penryn by rail fairly easily – mainline services run from London, the Midlands and the North to Truro and there is a branch line service from Truro serving Penryn and 3 stations in Falmouth – Penmere, Falmouth Town, Falmouth Docks. Jubilee Wharf is located on the waterfront near Penryn Bridge.

Public transport
The railway station at Penryn is only 10 minutes walk from the studio. A number of buses stop at Penryn Bridge, which is just outside the studio.

For personalised public transport information contact www.travelinesw.com or telephone 0870 608 2 608.

Cycling and walking
The studio is within walking distance of Penryn town centre (less than a mile) and of Falmouth (approximately 2 miles). There is an on-road cycle path which runs from Falmouth to the studio and also for a long stretch of the route from Truro.

There are facilities at Jubilee Wharf for cycle storage and Cycle Solutions, a bike shop should you need a service.

See www.sustrans.com for more details on travel by foot, bike and public transport.

By car
There is some provision for parking behind the studio; otherwise parking is in pay car parks or on local roads.

Jubilee Wharf

The studios are housed in Jubilee Wharf, an eco-building, designed by ZEDfactory, which aims to be responsible for its own energy demands. The location is on the river at Penryn and the studio has views along the river to the harbourside at Falmouth. The building houses a number of other creative businesses, together with a café – Muddy Beach, ideal for lunch – and Jumblies, a children’s nursery. The building is fully wheelchair accessible.