Discover a garden where the spirit of the Plant Hunters lives on with winding, wooded paths, wide open spaces and plants from around the world. Stroll through the walled kitchen garden and you’ll walk the length of Noah’s Ark; visit the tea-room and you’ll most likely eat some of the kitchen garden’s produce.
If photography’s your passion, you could be wowed by sea views, towering magnolias and rhododendrons or colourful camellias and jungle-like tree ferns.
Children can explore with one of our family trails or you can picnic by the stream, play hide and seek or tick off one of the 50things to do before you’re 11¾. Trengwainton invites you to explore and come back for more.
Facilities: Three quarters of the garden accessible by wheelchair; half a mile steady incline on tarmac drive, other paths are gravel. Shop has level access, tea-room has sloped access; disabled toilets in main car park, shop and tea-room.
Dogs on leads welcome everywhere except inside the tea-room (assistance dogs accepted).
Free car parking. Bus stops right outside the garden entrance.
Opening Times: Sunday to Thursday (closed Fridays and Saturdays, except Good Friday) 10.30am-5pm
Costs: Admission free for National Trust members, other admissions; Adult £8, child £4, family (2 + 3) £20, family (1 + 3) £12
Credits: Admission free for National Trust members, other admissions; Adult £8, child £4, family (2 + 3) £20, family (1 + 3) £12
Photo Credits: © Copyright National Trust
For further information please visit: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk