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Opening Times 2016
1 Jan -12 Feb, 11-4.30, Sun - Sat
13 Feb - 30 Oct, 10.30-5.30, Sun - Sat
31 Oct - 31 Dec, 11 - 4.30, Sun - Sat
Trelissick house trial opening continues Tuesday to Sunday until 30 October
Late night openings during December, see the garden and house decorated and lit up for Christmas,see website or contact poperty for details
Trelissick house open Tuesday to Sunday.
Last admission to garden 30 minutes before closing.
For groups & coach parties
From March 29th to October. Tuesday to Sunday 10.30-5pm
Spring and Autumn
Camellias, rhododendrons, magnolias, azaleas.
Gift Aid Admission: Adult £10, Child £5, Family £25, Family (1 adult) £15.
Standard Admission: Adult 9.05, Child £4.45, Family £22.45, Family (1 adult) £13.45
Note: £4 car parking charge for non-members, £5 for large vehicles.
Dogs are allowed in the countryside, not in the garden. There are limited shaded areas in the car park. Arts & Crafts Gallery featuring local artists. Pontoon to arrive by ferry from Truro, Falmouth and St. Mawes. See fal river website. Buses from Truro.
Tranquil varied garden in fabulous position, with a superb collection of tender and exotic plants; Tranquil tiered garden; Home to the National Collection of photinias and azaras; Commanding panoramic views down to Falmouth and the open sea; Extensive park, woodland and riverside walks, taking in Roundwood Iron Age Fort; Gallery exhibiting work by local Cornish artists and craftsmen: House with views over the seascape open from March to October. Events throughout the year see website for details.
Photinias and Azaras
Punch Bowl & Ladle
Beautifully positioned at the head of the Fal estuary, the estate has panoramic views and has extensive park and woodland walks beside the river. At its heart is the tranquil garden, set on many levels and containing a superb collection of tender and exotic plants which bring colour throughout the year. The house is open six days a week from March until 30 October. With an arts and crafts gallery, gift shop and cafe.
The current garden was laid out in the 1920's and 1930's by Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Copeland. It was given to the National Trust in 1955.