Trebah Garden Trust
|Spectacular sub-tropical 26 acre ravine garden sweeping down to secluded beach on the Helford Estuary. Giant tree ferns and palms mingle with trees and shrubs in ever changing colours. A wild and magical playground for all ages.|
|Open||Open all year - daily 10:30 - 16:30. (last admission 16:00)|
|Admission||Adult £7.50 Senior £6.50 U5s Free Children 5-15yrs £2.50. Pre-arranged Parties: (with guide and without guide are available) - please contact the garden for prices. No charges to visit the Planters Cafe, the Gallery and Garden Shops. Winter prices Adult: £3.00. Seniors £2.50 Children 5 -15 yrs £1.00|
One of Cornwall's most beautiful and most famous gardens attracting over 100,000 visitors each year. The Garden was first planted by Charles Fox in the 1840s. After the second world war Trebah began to fall into decay until bought in 1980 by the Hibbert family who began to restore it to its former Victorian glory.