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

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.

For enquiries please call: 01736 363148

Don't miss

We've a  WW2 'Dig for Victory' allotment in the orchard, along with chickens and a replica Anderson Shelter.

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

Bluebell time

Peer amongst the trees for beautiful carpets of bluebells © National Trust/Marina Rule

Peer amongst the trees for beautiful carpets of bluebells

For anyone who loves flowers, the bluebell season is one of those joys we all look forward to and the annual display at Trengwainton is something we eagerly anticipate. To make the most of this brief, but beautiful season, come along during May and breathe in the sights and smells of this great British favourite.

Take a walk around Poldark country

Steam enthusiasts walk this way - Cornish engine houses at Levant Mine © John Garrett

Steam enthusiasts walk this way - Cornish engine houses at Levant Mine

If like us, you're feeling Poldark withdrawal, below are some of the places where the series was filmed in West Cornwall. So pull on a pair of walking boots - and a tricorn hat if that takes your fancy - and see for yourself the stunning scenery that's been wowing audiences across the country.

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