Trengwainton Garden

Important notice -

To avoid disappointment please book your visit to Trengwainton in advance, especially at busier times such as weekends and bank holidays. If you do not book we cannot guarantee admission.

Sheltered garden bursting with exotic trees and shrubs

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Trengwainton Garden

What's on 

Please book ahead before visiting 

The garden at Trengwainton is open. We've introduced advance booking to keep everyone safe and maintain social distancing. To avoid disappointment please book in advance, especially at busier times such as weekends and bank holidays. However, where space is available on weekdays, pre-booking may not always be necessary. 

Upcoming events

Timed entry to Trengwainton Garden (19 Oct - 25 Oct)

Sun 25 Oct 2020
10:00-10:30
Book your timed entry to visit Trengwainton Garden.

Timed entry to Trengwainton Garden (26 Oct - 1 Nov)

Mon 26 Oct 2020
10:00-10:30
Book your timed entry to visit Trengwainton Garden.
Trengwainton Garden

Things to see and do

Trengwainton Garden

Eating

Child drinking tea

An inspiring place to eat

The tea-room at Trengwainton is a concession run by Nicola Osborne and her team. Set outside the pay barrier in its own walled garden, it’s won numerous awards for the quality of the food and service.

Trengwainton Garden

Our work

Details of three portraits

Addressing our histories of colonialism and historic slavery 

Trengwainton Garden, 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.

Trengwainton Garden

History

Overview of the Walled Kitchen Garden at Trengwainton, Cornwall

Sir Rose Price, Trengwainton and Jamaica 

Before Trengwainton came into the ownership of the Bolitho family in 1867, it was owned by Rose Price, a Cornish magistrate and descendant of a Cornish-Jamaican plantation-owning family. Learn more about the early history of Trengwainton and the owner responsible for its transformation from a modest farmhouse to a landed estate.