Important notice -

Please note Greenway is now closed and will reopen on Saturday 19 February 2022.

Greenway house and garden: 'the loveliest place in the world'

Book your parking

If you are coming by green transport, there's no need to book your visit. If you're coming by car, you’ll need to book your visit in advance to secure a parking space. Members can book for free, while non-members will need to pay for parking when booking.


Things to see and do

Out in the fresh air


Eating and shopping

The cafe at Greenway does a variety of hot drinks to take away.

Feeling peckish? 

The cafe is now closed, and will reopen on Saturday 19 February 2022. With a limited range of hot and cold drinks, sandwiches and light snacks, it's an ideal place to refuel after a wander round the garden. We will continue to maintain high standards of cleanliness, and till and collection points will be screened. Hand sanitiser will be available should visitors wish to use it. Thank you for making this a safe experience for everyone.

Retail therapy



A group of people walking through the garden of Greenway

Bring a group 

Greenway is the perfect place to bring a group; whether you're planning a special interest tour, school trip, or are just looking for somewhere to go with a large group of friends, we will be happy to help arrange your visit.



Agatha Christie's Greenway

The library at Greenway in South Devon

Greenway Library frieze 

In the Library is Greenway’s unexpected treasure; a frieze painted during World War Two by Lt Marshall Lee, a member of the US. Coast Guard stationed at the house in the run up to the D Day landings. Find out about the history of this.


Our work

Details of three portraits

Addressing our histories of colonialism and historic slavery 

Greenway, along with a number of other places and collections in our care, deals with contentious political histories. Learn more about what we are doing to be inclusive in our work and acknowledge the impact and legacies of colonialism.


Places to stay


Join or give

National Trust Rangers tackling scrub

Volunteering in the English Riviera 

There are lots of different ways to volunteer at the four places in the English Riviera: Bradley, Coleton Fishacre, Compton Castle and Greenway. Find out about the different volunteer roles at these places and how you can get involved.


Art and collections

Stack of books with 125 Treasures

Treasures in the South West 

A new book – 125 Treasures from the Collections of the National Trust – shares the stories behind some remarkable objects and takes readers on a journey through time, starting with Roman sculpture and ending with 20th-century design. The South West is home to a number of these treasures, find out all about them here.

China collection at Greenway, Devon

Family of collectors  

Alison Cooper, Curator for the National Trust, gives an insight into the beauty of Greenway's collections and their collectors.

Other family collectibles

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Greenway on the National Trust Collections website