|Valley garden planted since 1820's by Alfred Fox and descendants; from 1962 by The National Trust. Exotic vegetation with camellias, magnolias, specimen trees & laurel maze (1833)|
|Open||13th February - 30th October - daily except Sundays & Mondays (open bank Holiday Mondays and Mondays in August but closed Good Friday) :10.30 - 17.30 (last admission 16.30).|
|Admission||Adults £6.60, Children £3.30 Family £16.70|
Glendurgan is set in steeply descending wooded valley to the village of Durgan on the shore of the Helford estuary. Outstanding spring displays of magnolias, camellias and wild flowers in the late season. Ideal for children with the clipped cherry laurel maze and Giant's Stride. Glendurgan Garden extends to 35 acres is listed as English Heritage Grade II and contains the tallest Eucryphia lucida, tulip tree in England.
There is a tea room, shop and plants sales area at reception.