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Planting in the Gardens

David Nash Black Mound

View of St Michael's Mount

James Turrell Skyspace

Through the Woods

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Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens

Opening Times:

Open Daily 10am - 5pm. Until 31st October.

Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens,
TR20 8YL

t: 01736 448089


Dogs allowed.
Special party rates.
Plants or Shrubs for sale
Whole or partial disabled access.
Car or coach park.
Toilets on site or nearby.
Entertainment for children.

About Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens

Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens is a major new attraction near Penzance. In a beautiful sheltered valley, the woods, stream and dramatic vistas provide a perfect setting for large scale exotic and sub-tropical planting. Dramatic landscape and planting provide the backdrop to contemplative but inspirational artworks. Internationally renowned artists such as James Turrell and David Nash have interacted with the garden to create site-specific permanent works, which harmonise with the setting. The land also provides a forum for changing temporary, or even ephemeral arts in all its forms.

Unfortunately due to the natural contours of the land, access to the gardens is severely limited for those with physical disabilities and is unsuitable for mobility scooters, wheelchair users and prams. This is something that we regret but due to the steep nature of the landscape there is very little that can be changed about this. The gardens are steep in many places, rising to 70m above sea level. The gardens can become muddy in wet weather, so suitable footwear is recommended. Tremenheere Kitchen is fully accessible, with allocated disabled parking and drop off point.

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One of the most exciting new gardens in the country.

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