in Cornwall is one of the most magical gardens in England, bursting with wild
Blessed with a mild climate, it can look green and almost tropical
even in mid winter when most places are still in the grips of cold weather.
We'll take you to some of our our diverse country
estates - places you can go to see some fantastic wildlife spectacles.
- Our parks offer amazing opportunities for
wildlife watching. Why not take a few tips from the TV team?
- Visitor Guide
Lost Gardens of Heligan, Pentewan, St Austell,
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Car Park with free parking for cars and coaches.
kit:||Plant identification guide. Binoculars for
with plants and bird watching opportunities.|
parking close to entrance. Manual wheelchairs. Disabled toilets. Most of the Northern
Gardens are accessible. There is full access to Horsemoor Hide indoor wildlife
centre, and the Steward's House. The Jungle and Wider Estate are not easily accessible
as the gradients of the pathways are very steep. Downloadable
access guide available.
daily except Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Peak season from March-October,
10.00 am-6.00pm. Winter opening between November-February, 10.00 am-5.00pm. |
£7.50; Senior Citizens £7.00; Children (5-16 years) £4.00; Children
under five free. Family tickets available.|
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