Join knowledgeable volunteers who will lead you around parts of Trelissick house typically closed to the public.
£2 per ticket, tours aimed towards an adult audience. All funds raised go towards conservation work on Trelissick house.
Every year the walled kitchen garden plays host to a display of quirky scarecrows made by local school children and artist John Keys. This year's theme is, 'When I grow up I'd like to be…' and you can vote for your favourite throughout August.
Come along to the bell tent in the orchard to hear storyteller Mark Harandon spin stories of giant turnips, apples and lost shadows. Stories start on the hour (none at 1pm). Booking isn't necessary, but we may need to limit numbers each session.
Cornish artist Callum Mitchell has been collecting stories from people on the Tin Coast, exploring why this place is special to them. Gorthwedh, ‘contrast’ in Cornish, is his original film, screened in a unique cliff top cinema.
The south coast of Penwith vividly expresses the changes in man’s use of the land over time. From towering cliffs keeping watch over the western approaches, to gentle, lush valley slopes, and sun kissed beaches – all is here.
An in-depth tour of Cotehele house. You'll meet the team as they give the house its annual deep clean, learn about conservation practices and peek behind closed doors. Morning coffee and lunch included.
Join the experienced Rangers and learn the stages of planting and looking after an orchard, take home your own fruit tree to plant at home, included in the price. We will provide tools, training and equipment
Light your way to Whitelady Waterfall with a flaming torch while enchanting music fills the gorge. Then head back to warm up with a hot chocolate and toast marshmallows over the fire.
If you have ever wanted to visit the gorge after dark,...