Opening times for 3 December 2023
Asset Opening time House Closed Car Park Open all day Respryn car park Dawn - Dusk Garden Closed Park Café 09:30 - 16:00 Plant centre 10:00 - 16:00 Estate Dawn - Dusk Cycle trails Dawn - Dusk Courtyard refreshments Closed Cycle hire 10:00 - 16:00 Shop Closed Bookshop Closed
Lanhydrock house and garden are closed from 1 November 2023 - 1 March 2024. The courtyard toilets are closed for major refurbishment, nearest facilities are available near the Park Cafe. The main car park, Respryn car park, parkland, and cycle trails are all open daily. Park Cafe and plant centre are both open daily 10am-4pm (closed 25 & 26 December). Cycle hire open at weekends and daily school holidays 10am-4pm. Please note that the play area will be closed for refurbishment from 1 January 2024 and re-opening in March.MTWTFSS2728293012345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £19.80 £18.00 Child £9.90 £9.00 Family £49.50 £45.00 1 adult and two children £29.70 £27.00 Group Adult £17.00 Group Child £8.50
Assistance dogs only
Assistance dogs only in the house, garden and shop
Dogs allowed in the parkland and wider countryside, courtyard area and cafés
Second-hand bookshop in the courtyard
The Park Café at the hub and Stables tea-rooms in the courtyard
Pay and display prices apply for non-members; see below
Several steps, ramps and slopes. Accessible toilet opposite the Park Café and in the Stables courtyard. Access buggy service is in operation. Manual wheelchairs and personal motorised vehicles available. Please note: Bags larger than a sheet of A4 paper are not permitted on the house routes. Self-service lockers are available in the bag drop as well as free paper carry bags to take your essentials with you.
Accessible route and/or map
Accessible parking in main car park (left hand spaces are nearest the house)
Powered mobility vehicle available
Large print (guide or menu)
Level access to food outlet
Level access to shop
Access buggy runs between reception and gatehouse daily
Main entrance via Double Lodges main car park, has a vehicle width restriction of 2.5m. Coach, caravan and campervan parking now open. Signed from A30 and A38 as well as A390 near Lostwithiel
Parking: 600 yards
Sat Nav: Enter postcode PL30 4AB for main car park.
1¾ miles from Bodmin Parkway via original carriage-drive to house, signposted in station car park. 2 ½ miles from Bodmin town centre to the Park Café.
Bodmin Parkway 1¾ miles by cycle or foot; 3 miles by road
NCN3 runs past entrance
Find out where you can take your dogs at Lanhydrock, and discover the dog-friendly walks that meander across this impressive estate. Lanhydrock is a three pawprint rated place.
Everything you need to know about organising a group visit to the Lanhydrock estate, from how to book tickets to the benefits you might receive.
Take a look at the map of Lanhydrock to help plan your visit.
Almost 1,000 acres of parkland, woodland and heath, as well as two miles of the River Fowey.
Explore adventurous woodland cycle trails, from gentle family-friendly routes to exhilarating mountain bike descents.
The Park Café offers homemade dishes all year round.
A Victorian family home in a Jacobean mansion. Home to the Agar-Robartes family. Please note that the house is now closed until 1 March.
Full of colour all year round and famed for magnolias. Formal garden includes the Parterre and herbaceous borders. Please note that the gardens are now closed until 1 March.
Find local food and gifts, plus a second-hand bookshop and plant centre.
There are lots of things to look out for while exploring the outdoors, from a wide variety of wildlife species to the hidden history of the Lanhydrock estate. Here, we round up some of the things you can expect to see.
Discover what family-friendly activities are on offer at Lanhydrock, from visiting the reimagined Victorian nursery to exploring the estate by bicycle.
Lanhydrock is a Victorian country house packed with layers of history and family stories. Step inside the house to learn about the lives of the Agar-Robartes children on the Family route, admire the finest rooms and show-stopping Long Gallery on the Mansion route and meet the costumed servants below stairs who cared for the house and family.
The garden at Lanhydrock is a must for people who love plants, stunning views and a place to relax. Read more about what to expect when you visit.
This long walk is the best way to take in the wider Lanhydrock Estate. See the marks generations have left on the estate, from the medieval deer wall to the more recent tin streaming remains and quarry.
Look out for kingfishers, otters and traces of Cornwall's tin mining past, on this beautiful circular walk along the River Fowey and on through Lanhydrock's ancient woodland.
Get to know Lanhydrock's varied parkland on this moderate circular walk, as you explore its paths through woodland, riverside and open pasture – plus the striking Beech Avenue.
Lanhydrock is home to a wide variety of veteran and ancient trees, perfect homes for wildlife – and your companions on this gentle circular walk.
This large 1920’s villa-style cottage sits on the edge of the Lanhydrock estate with footpaths and cycle paths all around.
This charming dog-friendly cottage is just metres from a winding Cornish tidal creek and surrounded by woods.
A converted farmhouse, this character-packed cottage sits on the wooded banks near the head of a winding tidal creek.
Lanhydrock is the quintessential country house and estate, with the feel of a wealthy but unpretentious family home.
After a devastating fire in 1881 the Jacobean house was refurbished in high-Victorian style, with the best in country house design and planning and the latest mod-cons.
Discover two sides of Victorian life: from the kitchen which offers a thrilling glimpse into life 'below stairs', to the luxurious family areas, elegant dining room and spacious bedrooms which reveal the comforts of ‘upstairs’ living.
Make sure you take a stroll around the extensive gardens and enjoy their year-round colour. There are beautiful herbaceous borders, a fabulous formal parterre and colourful higher gardens filled with camellias, magnolias and rhododendrons.
The estate is well worth exploring too, with ancient woodlands and tranquil riverside paths. There are also off-road cycle trails, with special routes for families and novice riders, and you can even hire a bike from us to make the most of this opportunity.
Lanhydrock is a member of the Cornwall Association of Tourist Attractions
From political scandals to personal tragedies, discover the fascinating history of the Lanhydrock estate and the many people who lived there.
The garden at Lanhydrock has a long and colourful history. Discover the stories behind the creation of this fascinating space.
Discover the conservation work we carry out at Lanhydrock, from archiving centuries of documents to protecting the collections from sunlight damage.
Find out what happens when Lanhydrock house is closed during the winter months for the conservation team to carry out deep-cleaning and remedial conservation work on the many thousand items on display.
Clifftops and fields across Cornwall are set to be transformed into thriving wildflower meadows, thanks to a new three-year conservation project.