Glendurgan Garden

Glendurgan Garden, near Falmouth

Glendurgan Garden - Lovely in early summer and with maze for children.

Glendurgan is truly a great garden owned by the National trust. Set in a 30 acre woodland valley and created by Albert Fox around 1826, it enjoys a very mild climate due to its fine sheltered position and has fine views to the Helford Estuary.
During the years many exotic and rare trees and shrubs have been collected and grown here.
In Spring camellias, azaleas, magnolias and wild flowers all feature giving beautiful displays and colours, followed by foxgloves in early Summer. The Summer also brings a stunning show of Hydrangeas.

The laurel maze and Giant's stride are popular with children and make Glendurgan worth visiting with all the family.
The garden is just one of a cluster of gardens in this area of Cornwall. Just use our interactive map to see the others.

2018 NT Glendurgan Gardens are  open from 10 February. See website for details. Disabled Access, refreshments, plant sales.
For free entry to Glendurgan see our offer at the side of the page. The are other lovely gardens in the area to visit so make sure you see the rest of our guide.

Do not miss Trebah Gardens virtually next door.

For Group visits email [email protected]

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Address

  • Street: Glendurgan, Mawnan Smith
  • Postcode: TR11 5JZ
  • City: Falmouth
  • County: Cornwall
  • Country: United Kingdom

Contact

  • Telephone: 01326 252020
  • E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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