Things to see & do

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What's on

As well as a stunning garden we offer a full range of events for all the family right throughout the year. Everyone has their favourite - with some returning time and time again.

Group visits

Why not brnig your friends when you visit?

The cost of entry is reduced for pre-booked groups of 15+ people, plus you can opt for a guided tour (extra charge) or a free introductory talk.

To book please call 01736 363148.

Don't miss

Linger in the orchard and watch the chickens happily scratching about

Watching chickens happily scratching about in their pens is a wonderful way to de-stress. So feel free to come along to the orchard and linger a while.

Can you complete the 50 things challenge?

How many things can you tick off the list at Trengwainton?

How many things can you tick off the list at Trengwainton?

Remember the days when childhood meant hours of playing outdoors and simply making your own fun? We believe it still does.

We've drawn up a list of 50 things to do before you're 11¾ and here's some you can do here at Trengwainton; discover what’s in a pond, make a grass trumpet, hunt for bugs, pick an apple straight from a tree or catch a falling leaf. Find the full list on the 50 things website and start earning badges.

Step back in time

We've created a Second World War 'Dig for Victory' allotment in our orchard, along with a replica of an Anderson Shelter.

Experience a time when the humble allotment was what stood between Britain and starvation.

Royal connections

Picnic in the shade of royalty

Watch the seasons change from within the Edwardian summer house © National Trust/Marina Rule

With a fairytale summer house, swathes of daffodils and crocuses in spring and regal trees arching overhead, it’s easy to see why the Royal Meadow is a favourite picnic spot for families.

Garden fit for a queen

It can take up to 30 years for Magnolia campbellii to flower from seed © National Trust/Marina Rule

The Jubilee Garden contains plants that range from the surprising and the explosive to the really useful. 

It’s a special area to mark a special anniversary.

Promenade on Prince William Walk

The Coastal redwood is a favourite snacking station for squirrels © National Trust/Marina Rule

There’s a lot of mischief going on behind the scenes of Prince William Walk. As you follow the stream you’ll find evidence of rowdy lambs as well as sugar snacking squirrels.

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