- Lose yourself in the three valleys of Glendurgan Garden, full of fun, natural beauty and amazing plants
- Discover giant rhubarb plants living in the jungle-like lower valley and spiky arid plants basking in the sunny upper slopes
- Find a boat-seat, a gigantic Tulip tree and ponds teeming with wildlife
- Look out for bees and butterflies among the flowers and crickets in the long grass in summer
- Enjoy a moment of peace and tranquillity in the thatched School Room
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For detailed opening times please visit the website: nationaltrust.org.uk/glendurgan-garden#Opening times
We've introduced advanced booking to help manage visitor numbers and maintain safe, social distancing. All visitors must book in advance, even if you're a member. Sadly, if you don't book, you'll be turned away. We're limiting numbers to make sure that we can keep visitors and staff safe.
Glendurgan is open for booked visits from 10.30am to 5pm, Tuesday - Sunday. Open Mondays in August. Visit the website to book: nationaltrust.org.uk/glendurgan
The garden is partially open with a one-way system in place to ensure social distancing. There is also access to Durgan beach at the bottom of the garden following the one-way system.
Glendurgan Tea House is serving hot and cold drinks, light snacks, homemade cakes and ice-cream to takeaway from 10.30am - 5pm.
The toilets are open as normal and are sanitised regularly through the day.
The maze and Giant's Stride rope swing remain closed.
The shop and plant centre also remain closed for now.
Free to National Trust members with valid membership cards, pre-booking is still essential.
Non-members are required to pay per person on the booking system.
Family (two adults, up to three children): £12.50
Family (one adult, up to three children): £7.50
Parking charge is £2 per vehicle; parking free to National Trust members.
Information & Contact
Glendurgan, Mawnan Smith, Nr Falmouth
Tel: 01326 252020
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