What would the walls of the house tell us if they could talk? Discover snapshots of people associated with this house and garden over the years, from former residents and staff to present day staff and volunteers who care for this place.
Take in the beautiful views at Lanhydrock on this 10 mile multi-terrain run through the estate.
After the race you can relax in the Park Café, which will be open until 6.30pm. This is Race 3 of the 2019/20 MTRS.
Step back in time to the sixteenth century and dress up with the Trerice Costume Group in the hayloft. Every Monday in the summer holidays they'll be opening up their wardrobes packed to the brim with dresses, ruffs and doublets suitable for the...
Step back in time and see the team dressed as Victorian millers on Sundays through the holidays. If the weather conditions are right you'll be able to watch them mill flour using the power from the water wheel too.
Come along and complete one of the new 50 things activities - Discover what's in a pond - with us in the upper garden. We'll supply nets, ID charts and inspection trays so you can really get to know the pondlife.
Throughout the summer holidays challenge your friends and family to a friendly game of tennis, badminton or a sack race on the West Lawn.
Head further into the garden to take part in an egg and spoon race on the Tennis Lawn.
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.
Ever wondered what the chimneys in the landscape are? Then why not join one of our expert guides on a fascinating walk of the local area. Lunch is included in the form of a traditional Cornish pasty and a refreshment.
As part of the Dartmoor walking festival join this guided walk with knowledgeable tour guides who will lead you down to the Hydro Turbine on the River Teign and tell you about its history and how it works. (The tour is over very steep and uneven...
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.
Today you can enjoy free entry to this tranquil, wooded garden. There are rare plants from exotic lands, a walled kitchen garden built to the dimensions of Noah's Ark and wide sea views from the Terrace. Free guided tour at 11.30am
Be our guest, we are offering free entry on Saturday 21 September to showcase Overbeck's and how we look after this place for future generations as part of the Heritage Open Days festival across the country.