|Madron, near Penzance, Cornwall, TR20 8RZ|
|Two car parks plus separate mobility parking available close to café and 100 yards from garden entrance. Drop-off point available near reception.|
A sheltered garden that’s nestled between the moors and the sea and nurtures an award-winning plant collection. Winding wooded paths climb to an open, grassy terrace with sea views across Mount’s Bay.
A gentle stream runs through the centre and the carriage drive is bordered by colourful streamside planting and meadows.
Ten sections of walled gardens each have their own unique character, including the kitchen garden built in 1815 to the dimensions of Noah’s Ark.
There’s a café, gift shop, plant centre and second-hand bookshop.
13 February to 30 October
Sunday to Thursday (closed Friday and Saturday)
10am – 5pm (last entry/last orders 4.30pm)
A regular bus service stops right outside the garden gates.
More than 2000 metres of bunting will adorn National Trust places across the South West during the Jubilee weekend Knitted crowns, tea parties and picnics are some of the things to see and do. Trees […]