Making a group visit to Glendurgan
For groups with a range of interests, Glendurgan is a lovely place to visit to take in another part of Cornwall’s coast and story.
We’re twenty minutes from Falmouth with its hotels, Pendennis Castle and the award-winning National Maritime Museum Cornwall. Our team is ready to give a warm welcome and we sell souvenirs, food and drink to make your group’s visit a memorable one.
With a stunning display of wildflowers in spring, exotic plants and Durgan beach at the bottom of the garden to enjoy in summer and amazing autumn colour, there's lots to see and do throughout the year.
2017 Group prices
Groups of 15 or more will benefit from the group admission fee of £8.50 per adult and £4.25 per child.
How to book
We have limited coach parking spaces in the coach park so it is essential that all groups are booked in with us in advance of their visit. To book please contact us on 01326 252020 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to discuss available dates.
The shop, Tea House and lavatories have ramped access. The garden is very steep in places and access is difficult and not suitable for wheelchairs.
Guided tours and introductory talks
Guided garden tours are available by appointment an an additional charge of £4 per person. We can accommodate a maximum of 20 people per tour. Short introductory talks are offered on arrival free of charge.
Food and drink
Glendurgan Tea House is a private concession located opposite the coach park. Light lunches, homemade cakes and biscuits, local ice-cream and a wide range of organic or Fairtrade tea and coffee are available. Daily specials include organic and vegetarian options and sweet and savoury Cornish cream teas are also on offer.
Shop and plant centre
The Glendurgan shop has a lovely range of National Trust gifts as well as locally produced items. Specimens of some of the plants on display in the garden can be bought from an extensive range supplied by Glendurgan's nursery and from Lanhydrock.