Two patients presenting with intraventricular meningioma and callosal astrocytoma are described. The first case is a 51 year old female presented with headache and paraparesis. Magnetic resonance imaging revealed meningioma in the left occipital horn of lateral ventricle and astrocytoma in the corpus callosum, which were confirmed by operative removal and biopsy respectively. The second patient had been removed the meningioma in the left lateral ventricle. Seven years later poorly marginated enhancing lesion was found on the corpus callusum which was confirmed as astrocytoma by computed tomography guided biopsy.