Trengwainton Garden

Sheltered garden bursting with exotic trees and shrubs

Trengwainton Garden

Things to see and do

Things to see and do

Trengwainton Garden

What's on 

Upcoming events

What's in bloom in June

Thu 30 Jun 2016
10:30-17:00
Colour is breaking out all over the garden with award-winning rhododendrons stealing the show. The stream border is filling out too with the vibrant pinks and yellows of the candelabra primulas.

A very English garden party

Sun 03 Jul 2016
10:30-16:00
Put on your best frock or straw boater for music and country dancing from Kenysk and Pendeen Silver Band playing in the afternoon. There'll also be games, stalls to browse, and tea and cake from the Little Wonder Café (tea-room also open as usual).

Summer of play

Sun 24 Jul 2016
10:30-17:00
Everyday throughout the summer there'll be opportunities for you to complete some more of your 50 things to do before you're 11¾, like make a mud pie or a trail with sticks, create some wild art or a grass trumpet.

Family den building

Wed 27 Jul 2016
11:00-15:00
Drop into our woodland area, build a den and toast marshmallows on the campfire. No booking is required, but we may need to manage numbers at busy times. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Heritage Open Day

Sun 11 Sep 2016
10:30-17:00
Today you can enjoy free entry to this tranquil, wooded garden. There are rare plants from exotic lands, a walled kitchen garden built to the dimensions of Noah's Ark and wide sea views from the Terrace. Free guided tour at 11.30am

Pumpkin fun day

Sun 23 Oct 2016
11:00-15:00
No tricks, just treats! We've lots of pumpkin themed games and activities, including the ever-popular pumpkin carving (£2.50 per pumpkin). You can follow the pumpkin trail around the garden and also try some pumpkin dishes in the tea-room.
Trengwainton Garden

Eating and shopping

The shop and tea-room

Secondhand bookshop and gallery

Trengwainton Garden

Our work

Replica Dig for Victory allotment at Trengwainton, Cornwall

Learn about our work 

Look out for Trengwainton Garden's WW2 Dig for Victory allotment, complete with a replica Anderson shelter.