The National Trust

National Trust Gardens in Cornwall

Antony is a classically beautiful country house and garden, still the home of the Carew Poles family.
Open Tuesdays-Thursdays
2 April – 31 October, plus Sundays June-August and Bank Holidays
Nr Torpoint, PL11 2QA
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Cotehele is a rambling Tudor house with an ancient and magical atmosphere, a huge estate and garden to explore.
Garden and countryside open every day all year.
House and mill every day 9 March – 27 October.
Nr Saltash, PL12 6TA
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Glendurgan is a sheltered and exotic valley garden running down to the Helford River, created as ‘heaven on earth’ for a family of 12 children.
Open every day except Mondays, 16 Feburary – 3 November
Open bank holiday Mondays, and Mondays in August.
Nr Falmouth, TR11 5JZ
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Lanhydrock is the ultimate Victorian country house, the higher garden, with clouds of magnolias in spring, and something in bloom every month of the year.
Open every day 1 March – 3 November, plus additional winter opening.
Nr Bodmin, Pl30 5AB
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Trelissick is a garden made for exploring, in a spectacular position surrounded by water with panoramic views of the Fal estuary.
Open every day all year except 25 and 26 December.
House open daily 19 January – 17 November
Nr Turo, TR3 6QL
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Trengwainton is a sheltered haven bursting with precious, exotic blooms from all over the world. Don’t miss the rather productive walled kitchen garden built to the dimensions of Noah’s Ark.
Open every day except Fridays and Saturdays 17 February to 27 October, plus open Good Friday.
Nr Penzance, TR20 8RZ
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FAQ’s

I am a National Trust Member, can I get in for free?

Yes, all these gardens and houses are free to enter and to park for National Trust members.

I am not a member, how much is it to enter these gardens?

Please see each individual garden websites for entry prices.

Is the National Trust a charity?

Yes, we are an independent charity and rely for income from membership fees, donations and legacies. By visiting one of these gardens you’re helping to conserve it forever for every one.

Antony

Antony

Cotehele

Cotehele

Glendurgan

Glendurgan

Lanhydrock

Lanhydrock

Trelissick

Trelissick

Trengwainton

Trengwainton

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