Opening times for 3 December 2023
Asset Opening time Garden 10:00 - 16:30 Car park, parkland and woodland walk Dawn - Dusk House 11:00 - 16:00 Café 09:30 - 16:30 Shop 10:00 - 16:30 Second-hand bookshop 10:00 - 16:00 Cornwall Crafts Association 10:00 - 16:30 Ferry entrance Closed
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Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £15.40 £14.00 Child £7.70 £7.00 Family £38.50 £35.00 1 adult, up to 3 children (aged 5-17) £23.10 £21.00
Ticket type Gift aid Standard £5.00
Available for functions
The Barn is available to hire for private functions, business meetings, wedding receptions and community gatherings
An ice cream kiosk is open on a seasonal basis near the parkland entrance
The plant shop is to the rear of the retail shop with a range of seasonal plants, garden ornaments and decorations
Crofters Cafe serves freshly made hot food and light refreshments with teas and coffees. Indoor and outdoor seating available
Trelissick shop stocks a range of homeware, fashion accessories, local products, kids activities and books
Opposite the visitor reception
Assistance dogs only in the garden and house. Dogs welcome in the parkland, woodland walks, shop, bookshop, gallery and cafe courtyard
Blue Badge parking. Accessible toilet. Mobility scooter for hire on accessible garden route. Assistance dogs welcome in the garden.
Accessible route and/or map
Map of accessible garden route available from visitor reception
Map of accessible garden route available from visitor reception
Located opposite the visitor reception
Powered mobility vehicle available
One powered mobility scooter available to hire for use in the garden, please call 01872 862090 to book
Approx. 20 accessible parking spaces close to visitor reception
Ramped access to the house
Fixed induction loops are situated at all till points
There are several benches in the garden and countryside
Level access to food outlet
Crofters cafe is situated near to the accessible parking spaces and visitor reception. There is level access to the indoor and outdoor seating at Crofters cafe
Two manual wheelchairs can be hired for use in the garden on a first come first served basis, call 01872 862090 if you would like to reserve a wheelchair. One wheelchair available in the house
Level access to shop
The shop is close to the accessible parking spaces. There is a slight slope leading down to the entrance of shop which is about 2 metres in length but is suitable for both mobility scooters and wheelchairs
Follow the A39 from Falmouth or Truro; then onto the B3289 at Playing Place and follow brown sign posts or signs to the King Harry Ferry. The entrance to Trelissick will be on your right.
Parking: Car parking on site £5, National Trust members park free.
Sat Nav: Put in our Trelissick postcode TR3 6QL.
Truro Train station 5 miles; Perranwell station 4 miles.
Bus number 493 from Truro, Lemon Quay to Feock via Trelissick Garden
Routes available on the Sustrans website.
Enterprise boats run a service from Falmouth, Truro and St Mawes: visit the Fal River website or call 01326 741194 for details of ferries, routes and the daily operating timetable. Please be aware there is a steep uphill walk from the ferry pontoon not suitable for wheelchairs or mobility scooters.
Not a member? We’re part of a new money saving Explorer Pass which gives unlimited entry to National Trust places Cotehele, Lanhydrock, Trerice and Trelissick for up to 14 days. The passes are available to buy at visitor reception, just ask on arrival and we’ll be happy to help you. £30 for an individual, £45 for a one adult family pass and £75 for a two adult family pass.
Discover the dog-friendly estate at Trelissick, with parkland, woodland, shoreline and beach to explore. Trelissick is a two pawprint rated place.
Search our upcoming events including seasonal trails and Christmas festivities.
Take a look at the map of Trelissick to help plan your visit.
Woodland garden with formal lawns, herbaceous borders, exotic planting, an orchard and views over the River Fal.
Diverse countryside surrounded by the River Fal with a historic park, woodland, Iron Age promontory fort and 18th-century quay.
The south facing rooms are open as a place to sit and take in the view with refreshments from the house tearoom and the ground floor rooms host a modest collection.
Crofters Café offers a range of light refreshments, hot lunches, afternoon cream teas and packed lunches for children.
Shop with a wide range of gifts, local products, and plant centre along with Cornwall Crafts Association gallery.
One of the largest second-hand bookshops within the National Trust. 100% of money taken here goes directly to valuable conservation projects here at Trelissick
The house tearoom, with views of the River Fal, has a range of cakes and light refreshments. Please check house opening times.
Discover peaceful lawns and tranquil orchard spaces in the garden. Stop for far-reaching maritime views at this green lookout point high above the River Fal estuary.
Visit the estate for walks with far reaching views. An abundance of wildlife fills the air with sounds at this green haven in Cornwall.
Enjoy a tea or coffee in the south-facing rooms while taking in the view from the eighteenth century house at Trelissick.
Discover all the things to do on a family day out to Trelissick. Explore the garden and house, or head out on an adventure around the countryside estate. Find out what family-friendly events are coming up and plan your visit to Trelissick.
Wander tree-lined riverside paths, peeping through twisting oak branches to glimpse your destination of Roundwood – home to an Iron Age fort and 18th-century quay.
This gentle walk follows the River Fal and offers varying views to narrow creeks and wide expanses of water, also going inland to woodlands and grazed farmland.
A stay like no other, Trelissick Water Tower’s interior is just as intriguing as its exterior…
A restored water pump house in the heart of the Trelissick estate, close to the Fal Estuary.
Perfect for kayakers, this river-side cottage has its own quay for your kayak or canoe.
A neo-classic style lodge with a homely interior, set on the Trelissick estate.
Pick up that perfect Christmas gift from the Trelissick craft fair, with a variety of gifts handmade by National Trust staff and volunteers running from 2 - 5 December.
A warm welcome awaits at Trelissick this Christmas where the house has been dressed with Christmas decorations, stunning flowers, and twinkling lights. The house café will be serving light refreshments and festive treats.
Trelissick is set on its own peninsula, with panoramic views over the Fal estuary. You can explore the meandering paths through the garden, leading to exotic plants and herbaceous borders bursting with colour. The house is open seasonally for you to learn the history of the families that once called this place home and to relax in the south facing rooms with refreshments from the Kitchen Cafe to take in the ever changing views of the Carrick Roads.
For those bringing four-legged friends, Trelissick offers woodland walks across open parkland with views down the estuary to the town of Falmouth. Please be aware that only assistance dogs are allowed in the garden.
Crofters café offers a delicious range of light refreshments, hot lunches, afternoon cream teas and packed lunches for children, all using seasonal and local produce. There's a National Trust shop and plant sales, second-hand bookshop and six of the best National Trust holiday cottages located around the Trelissick estate. Trelissick also has its own art gallery run by Cornwall Crafts Association and showcases a wide range of work from local Cornish artists.
Trelissick is a member of the Cornwall Association of Tourist Attractions.
Transforming Trelissick is an ambitious project that will look at redesigning the car park, creating facilities, restoring woodland, creating better access and a walled garden restoration.