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Free entry to Godolphin for Heritage Open Days

Join us as we celebrate England's biggest festival of culture and heritage by offering you free entry to Godolphin House, gardens and outbuildings from 6 -15 September.

  • Booking not needed
  • Free event

We are celebrating England's biggest festival of culture and heritage from 6-15 September by offering you, our visitors, free entry for the duration of this event.

As this festival coincides with our monthly House Experience week, you will be able to explore Godolphin House between 7-12 September, and the gardens and outbuildings throughout the festival.

Discover the rich and vibrant history of this ancient site, learn more about those who lived and worked here and explore the tranquillity of the gardens.

Keep checking back here as we add more details of walks and talks planned during this week.

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The basics

Accessibility

Accessibility dogs welcome. The property also has an easy-read guide, large-print guide and a visual story. There are uneven floor levels, narrow corridors, and unexpected steps at points in the house. Please refer to our access guide on the homepage for more information.

Upcoming events

Event

Short Guided Walks Through a Mining Landscape 

Join us every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday as one of our volunteers guide you on a short walk through the mining landscape of Godolphin Woods.

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on
21 Jun to 28 Sep 2024
at
13:15 to 14:00
+ 42 other dates or times
Event

Trust 10 

Get outdoors and get fit with the Trust10 running trail through the countryside of Godolphin.

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on
23 Jun to 22 Dec 2024
at
08:30 to 11:00
+ 6 other dates or times
Event

Guided estate walks 

Learn more about the wider history of Godolphin with weekly volunteer guided walks around the estate.

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on
24 Jun to 28 Oct 2024
at
11:00 to 12:30
+ 18 other dates or times
Event

Visit the house at Godolphin 

Venture into Godolphin House and discover the rich history within the walls of this once great mining powerhouse. Find out more about those who lived here at lives they led in what was once Cornwall's largest and finest house.

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on
6 Jul to 7 Nov 2024
at
10:30 to 17:00
+ 29 other dates or times