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

Step into Wonderland with scarecrow characters from Aliceâ¿¿s adventures

There are 15 scarecrows in the Walled Kitchen Garden made by local schools.

This year's theme is Alice in Wonderland and during August you'll be able to vote for your favourite.

Colourful agapanthus is July's plant of the month

The agapanthus border on the Terrace compliments the blue of the sea view © National Trust/Marina Rule

The agapanthus border on the Terrace compliments the blue of the sea view

Running the full length of the sun-drenched Terrace, the agapanthus in bloom is a sure sign that summer is upon us, and July is the best month to come and see them.

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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