Opening times for 6 December 2023
Asset Opening time Garden Closed Tea-room Closed Second-hand bookshop Closed Christmas lights at Trengwainton Closed
The garden is closed for the season and entry to the Christmas Lights event is by pre-booked ticket only.MTWTFSS2728293012345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £12.10 £11.00 Child £6.10 £5.50 Family £30.30 £27.50 1 adult + 3 children £18.20 £16.50 Group Adult £10.45 Group Child £5.23
Accessed from within the garden
Dogs welcome on short leads in garden, shop and café garden (assistance dogs only in café and bookshop)
Accessible parking and toilets. Induction loop. Mobility tramper for hire. Gradual incline in garden with tarmac drive and gravel paths.
Accessible route and/or map
Level access to shop
Powered mobility vehicle available
Pre-booking strongly recommended - T&Cs apply
Braille (guide or menu)
Ramped access to café
At the white railings by the reception, otherwise 1:9 gradient slope from car park to reception.
Large print (guide or menu)
follow signs from A30 or A3071 St Just to Penzance road
Parking: free, 150 yards
from Penzance via Heamoor village
Penzance 2 miles
No19 bus from Penzance bus station stops in the village of Heamoor with a 10 minute level walk to the garden.
NCN3, 2½ miles Bike rack available for bike parking by visitor reception (on LHS just beyond the door/porch)
: Take a look at the map of Trengwainton Garden to help plan your visit.
Find all the information you need for your accessible visit to Trengwainton; from help with mobility issues to how our key information is available in a range of different formats.
All the dog-friendly information you need about visiting Trengwainton with your four-legged friend.
Woodland garden with award-winning plant collection, ponds, streams and sea views. Walled gardens including kitchen garden.
Café set in its own walled garden with indoor and outdoor seating. Serving drinks, cakes, ice cream and light lunches. Accessed from within the garden.
Gifts, homeware, books, local produce and gardening accessories. Buy Trengwainton-inspired plants in the plant centre.
Bookshop set in the old head gardener's cottage, with pre-loved books on a range of subjects. Seasonal garden produce for sale when available.
With its winding wooded paths, sea views and walled gardens, Trengwainton is a place of contrasts. Explore its collection of award-winning plants and other highlights.
With its combination of winding wooded paths, secluded corners and wide-open spaces, there are lots of places to enjoy nature adventures at Trengwainton.
With a plant centre and second-hand bookshop alongside the café and National Trust shop, eating and shopping at Trengwainton is a world away from the high street. Find out more.
This estate cottage has an atmospheric living space with large windows and tall ceilings.
A rustic converted barn near the coast but in the heart of the countryside - perfect for exploring West Cornwall.
A contemporary-styled holiday cottage surrounded by luscious Cornish countryside and a short walk from the coast.
Once a mining workshop, now a cosy cottage with timber-framed ceilings and sea views.
High on the slopes of the secluded Cot Valley, this old miner’s cottage is full of character.
Tickets for the Christmas Lights have now SOLD OUT. Please note: assistance dogs only at this event due to the combination of dim lighting and narrow paths.
Here in this warm and luxuriant garden, you can follow in the footsteps of the 1920s plant collectors to see plants that flowered in Britain for the first time.
Award-winning magnolias and rhododendrons are still nurtured by those with a passion for their beauty and extraordinary story and five sections of walled gardens are crammed with tender exotic species from around the world.
Winding wooded paths follow a half-mile incline to sea views across Mount's Bay and the descent via the drive is bordered by a stream garden and open meadows.
There’s also a kitchen garden reputedly built to the dimensions of Noah’s Ark.
Dogs on leads are welcome throughout the garden.
Trengwainton Garden is a member of the Cornwall Association of Tourist Attractions.
Uncover the history of the garden at Trengwainton which contains rare plant specimens from around the world.
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.