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Please check with garden owners or their website to confirm current dates open All Year round except Christmas day and Boxing day; 10.30am - 5pm. (Honesty Box on those two days)
By appointment only.
March April/ May
Spring garden Bluebells
Adult £6.85; Child £2.40; Over 60s £5.95; Disabled £3.45; Family £18 adults
Season £22.00; Family Season £45. all prices include both garden and museum.
Group discounts for 12+ people - advance booking essential.
From 1st Apr:
Adult £7.50, child £2.50,, over 60s £6.60, disabled £3.75, Family £20
Groups £ 4.75, seniors £4.25, student £1.50. Season Ticket, Adult £23, Senior £19, family £47
Craft workshops, crafts for sale. Limited facilities for the disabled.
Members of CATA (Cornwall Association of Tourist Attractions), Great Gardens of Cornwall, HHA and accept RHS individual members.
Family Fun Days every Wednesday in school holidays, 10.30am-4.00pm.
Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday 24th April 10.30am-4.00pm
Fri 12th August, 7.30pm, Theatre Set Up present Much Ado About Nothing - ticket prices to be confirmed
National Museum of Gardening. Largest collection of gardening antiques, implements, memorabilia and ephemera in the country. There are also 2 more museums, a Vintage Soap Collection and the Toy Museum.
Woodland Adventure Play Area. Extended Estate Walk and Viewing Platform.
National Daffodil Collection Showgarden with 2,500 varities
The Alverton Manor Hotel, Truro Colvennor Farmhouse, Helston Mullion Cove Hotel
The New Inn Blue Anchor, Helston The Hazlephron Inn, Gunwalloe
Crown Town Helston - Flora Day 6th May
An unforgettable gardening experience combining beautiful Victorian gardens with the splendid Fountain Garden Conservatory, unique range of crafts and the amazing National Museum of Gardening.
The tranquil gardens and grounds feature a cascade, lake, grotto and pinetum, and the visitor can view the progress of major restoration projects. The site also contains Britain's largest and most comprehensive collection of antique tools, implements, memorabilia and ephemera, creatively displayed to illustrate how gardens and gardening influences most peoples' lives.
The history of these gardens dates back to 1246 when Randolphus de Trevano first gave the estate his name. It has been privately owned since then by a succession of noble families. Now open throughout the year for the first time in 750 years.