|Contact||Mrs Rachel Morin|
|A peaceful, un-commercialised, 15 acre garden created in the 19 century by the Fox family. Features rhododendrons, tree ferns, magnolias, camellias and magnificent trees. Wooden bridge leads to wilder sub-tropical valley with ponds and bamboo's.|
|Open||1st March to 30th September: Wednesday, Friday and Sunday 13.30 to 16.30.|
|Admission||Admission: Adults £2.50, Children 5-15: £1.00 U5s: Free. Coach parking by arrangement|
Penjerrick Garden was purchased by the Fox family at the beginning of the 19th century. Robert Ware Fox (1789-1877) is credited with naturalising over 300 species of plants. His son Barclay Fox greatly enlarged the house in the 1840s together with the gardens around it together with a new entrance drive. The house fell into disrepair and in 1935 was replaced with the current house by Waldo Trench Fox (1892 - 1954) The garden is now looked after by Mrs Rachel Morin daughter of Waldo and Janet Trench Fox.