Car park charges at Glendurgan

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To help care for Glendurgan, non-National Trust members are asked to pay a parking fee. The car parking charges will go towards the conservation of the valley garden at Glendurgan as well as the surrounding North Helford countryside well into the future, and support the vital work of the National Trust. For members of the Trust parking remains free of charge in the hundreds of Trust car parks across the country.

How much does it cost?

There is a £2 all-day parking charge for non-National Trust members. Members will just need to show their membership card to the car park attendant, and display their car parking sticker in the window. There is one pay-and-display machine located in the main visitor car park and one located in the overflow car park where you can pay for parking.

Why have car parking charges been introduced?

The National Trust has a responsibility to protect and maintain the places it looks after for ever and for everyone. And as a charity, we need to consider all options in making sure we have the right levels of funding in place to do just that.
The money raised by car parking charges will be used to look after Glendurgan and the North Helford countryside and protect these special places for future generations to enjoy.


Do National Trust members have to pay the parking fee?

No; members park for free at Glendurgan, as they can at any of our National Trust car parks and properties right across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. If you are interested in becoming a member and enjoying the many benefits of National Trust membership, including free car parking, please do talk to the Visitor Welcome team when you arrive.