May is the prefect time to explore Lanhydrock. The gardens are full of colour, the trees are coming into leaf, birds are filling the sky with their song and chatter and the many species of wildlife that make their home here are getting busy after their winter rest.
Feeling adventurous? Why not explore the parkland and try to find the Victorian swimming pool? There's lots to see on the way and you might spot some rare wildlife too.
There are miles of woodland paths and riverside rambles where you can stretch your legs, walk the dog and enjoy some time outdoors this May. Here are some of our favourite walks and tips on what wildlife is about at this time of year.
Whatever your experience as a cyclist, there's bound to be a trail to suit at Lanhydrock. Enjoy the ride through woodland and choose from a range of flat or hillier routes.
A scenic park rich in wildlife is waiting for you to explore at Lanhydrock, Cornwall.
There are hundreds of different creatures living in the 900 acres of land on the Lanhydrock estate. Find out about some of the rarest species here and how we're working to help them survive.
The gardens surrounding the National Trust house at Lanhydrock, Cornwall are beautiful all year round.
You can quench your thirst, tuck into tasty cake and relax over a meal in our Park Cafe, tea-room and restaurant.