Penlee House, situated in Morrab Road, Penzance, is acknowledged locally as 'the jewel in Penzance's crown'.  Specialising in the historic art of the area - and particularly the Newlyn School artists, such as Stanhope Forbes, Walter Langley and Norman Garstin - it offers a unique chance to see World-class art which has direct local relevance: you can see truly great works of art and rub shoulders with descendants of artists and models, or wander a few yards down the road and stand precisely where that artist stood.  Penlee House also has galleries devoted to the archaeology and social history of the far west of Cornwall.  Insider's tip: admission is free on Saturdays!