Summer fun for the family at Trengwainton
At Trengwainton Garden this summer we’re inviting you to come out and play and find adventure amongst the trees, streams and grassy spaces.
Planning your family visit
- Summer activities will run from 24 July-4 September during normal opening hours
- No booking necessary. Normal admission charges apply.
- Baby changing facilities available in the main car park and café
- Toilets in the garden
- Children’s lunch boxes available from the café (during school holidays)
- Three quarters of the garden accessible to pushchairs/wheelchairs
- Family-friendly activities
How many ways can you hop, skip, jump and move? Can you beat your best, step it up or keep your balance? In the garden there’ll be fun fitness activities for you to try so everyone can go home happy-tired.
The den building woods will be open throughout the summer holidays (weather permitting) for you and your family to use the branches, logs and greenery to make your own hidey-hole. You’ll can also get creative in making wild art with found objects from the woodland floor. Stout footwear is advised.
See the scarecrows
After a two-year absence we’re delighted to announce that the summer holidays will see the return of the scarecrows in the walled kitchen garden. Artist John Keys, working with local school children, will create these fun characters and with this year’s theme we’re celebrating 60 years since we opened the garden to the public.