TREMENHEERE SCULPTURE GARDENS

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TREGREHAN GARDENS

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TREBAH GARDEN

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THE NATIONAL TRUST

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THE LOST GARDENS OF HELIGAN

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CAERHAYS CASTLE SPRING GARDENS

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TREGOTHNAN

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BONYTHON ESTATE GARDENS

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EDEN PROJECT

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LAMORRAN GARDENS

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TRESCO ABBEY GARDEN

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Welcome to the Great Gardens of Cornwall

The Great Gardens of Cornwall (GG) are a group of 12 of the best-known, largest, most historically and horticulturally important gardens in Cornwall. Our members are comprised of private owners, National Trust gardens and garden businesses with a worldwide reputation for innovation and excellence.

Enjoying the warmth of the Gulf Stream, these magical Cornish gardens are home to some of the most exciting, rare and beautiful plants and trees in the British Isles.

Choosing a Garden

From the formal to the informal, woodland retreats to historic rolling-parkland, our gardens are all very different and all very unique. We have modern gardens; ancient gardens; gardens with Mediterranean, sub-tropical or South African themes, all housing a stunningly diverse collection of plants and sculptures from around the World.

About Us

Cornwall holds a prodigious place in the plant hunting history books and is a haven for amateur and professional gardeners alike. There is so much to see across all 12 GG sites and, with special discount rates for guests who visit more than one in the year, there really is no reason to miss out.

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Our Gardens

The Great Gardens of Cornwall represents the very best of the huge number of estates and gardens open to the public in Cornwall.

Bonython Estate Gardens

Caerhays Castle Spring Gardens

Eden Project

Lamorran Gardens

Trebah Gardens

Tresco Abbey Gardens

Trewithen

The National Trust

Tregrehan Garden

Tregothnan

Trewidden

Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

Caerhays Castle Gardens

Caerhays Castle Gardens

Bonython Estate Gardens

Bonython Estate Gardens

Eden Project

Eden Project

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

Lamorran Gardens

Lamorran Gardens

Trebah Garden

Trebah Garden

Tresco Abbey Garden

Tresco Abbey Garden

Trewithen

Trewithen

Tregrehan Garden

Tregrehan Garden

Tregothnan

Tregothnan

Trewidden

Trewidden

Tremenheere Sculpture Garden

Tremenheere Sculpture Garden

Antony

Antony

Cotehele

Cotehele

Glendurgan

Glendurgan

Trelissick

Trelissick

Lanhydrock

Lanhydrock

Trengwainton

Trengwainton

Amazing Experiences

“There was den-building, stilts and juggling, clay sculpting, slingshots, relaxing hammocks and reading books, a lovely cafe to enjoy a bit to eat, a nice gift shop… oh, and animals! Horses, goats, pigs, sheep… the children loved it. The gardens were fantastic – such an incredible array of plants (some very unusual) and the rope bridge was super-cool. Definitely recommend it for families or couples, young or old! You won’t be disappointed :)”

Kate R

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

“We have visited in summer and spring. The magnolias are world class. The guided tour of the Castle is most enjoyable and enlightening. The gem stone/rocks are well worth a closer look. The nearby sandy beach is perfect.”

Joy H

Caerhays Castle Spring Gardens

“Beautiful gardens with a different vista around every turn, friendly staff, lovely restaurant with good food and a beach with ice cream. Very did friendly unlike the national trust garden next door. The dogs were even given biscuits on arrival and were welcome in parts of the restaurant.”

Jasmine V

Trebah

“We were lucky to be in Cornwall on the one weekend a year Tregothnan opens its garden to the public. The camellia trees towered above the paths and were full of blossoms. The cool weather made the plants about one week delayed, so we didn’t see the full extent of blooms, but the garden was impressive for its size and variety of plants. The estate had music and food for visitors. We enjoyed the whole experience.”

Karle S

Tregothnan