Summer at Godolphin

Herbaceous borders and box hedges in the sunshine at Godolphin

Barefoot walking, picnics, sport activities, ice-creams and a garden full of colour and butterflies - it must be summer at Godolphin.

​Summer of Sport

Time to get active this summer and there's plenty of activities to challenge your family and friends at Godolphin. See who can knock all the skittles down in one or race your friends and family in a sprint or sack race in the orchard. On Wednesday between 11am - 3pm try your hand at archery and see if you can hit the target. 

Foraging walks

Join a foraging walk with Matt Vernon of Cornish Wild Food to learn about and taste a variety of wild food right on your doorstep. Never foraged before or looking to build more confidence foraging? This 2 hour guided walk is suitable for all. Matt wil get you confident in safely identifying and foraging whilst also learning how to use these ingredients in modern recipes. Booking is essential, £20 for adults, £7 for children and ages 5 and under go free. 

50 Things to do before you're 11 and 3/4

Pick up a 50 Things to do before you're 11 and 3/4 booklet and tick of a number of activities at Godolphin. Here's some of our favourites:

  • Go for a barefoot walk along Godolphin's barefoot trail
  • Make a mud pie at the mud pie kitchen
  • Climb a really big hill - Godolphin hill
Children sitting in the grass with barefeet

Farming at Godolphin

Learn about Godolphin's farming past and present by completing the family trail visiting the old agriculture farm buildings. Exploring the estate is a great way to see the farming past and present, walk through old fields once used as rabbit warrens and a deer park or perhaps you'll see the farmers cattle at the top of Godolphin hill grazing. Ask at the Welcome hut for a map showing the 3 waymarked walks on the estate.