Plan Your Visit

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OPENING TIMES

Gardens: Closed for Winter. Reopen from February 2018.

Tremenheere Kitchen: Daily, 10am - 4pm.

Tremenheere Gallery: Tues - Sun, 11am - 4pm.

 

ADMISSION PRICES

Adult Entry: £8.00. Concessions: £7.00

Children Aged 11 - 15: £4.50. Under 11's: Free

Family Ticket (Two Adults and Two Children Aged 11 - 15): £20.00

Season Ticket: £35.00

We offer reduced admission for pre-booked groups of 12+ (Adults £7, 11-15 years £3.50, Concessions £6), with the option of a guided tour from one of our garden team (when available) for an extra fee. For more details or to book a group visit please telephone 01736 448089 (ext 1) or email hello@tremenheere.co.uk.

Parking is free. 

Access - Important Information, Please read!

Unfortunately due to the natural contours of the land, access to the gardens is severely limited for those with physical disabilities and is unsuitable for mobility scooters, wheelchair users and prams. This is something that we regret but due to the steep nature of the landscape there is very little that be changed about this. The gardens are steep in many places, rising to 70m above sea level. The gardens can become muddy in wet weather, so suitable footwear is recommended at all times. Tremenheere Kitchen is full accessible, with allocated disabled parking and drop off point.

for fAMILIES AND cHILDREN

Spark their imagination with an abundance of plants, trees, art and wildlife. Space, nature and art combine here to provide interest for everyone, both young and old! And we have plenty of grassy areas to run around on, and perfect spots to place your rug for a picnic. Wildlife can be found in abundance at Tremenheere; bunnies, squirrels, buzzards, jays, even a shy deer if you are very lucky! And don't forget to pick up a copy of our children's adventure map from the ticket desk.
 
Admission is free for any children under 11 years old.

FINDING US

By Car - From the A30
 
Follow the A30 westbound towards Penzance. When you reach the outskirts of Penzance take the 3rd exit at the Morrisons roundabout onto Jelbert Well. Pass KFC, Currys, Helfords and B&M on your left. Take the first right onto Posses Lane (signposted Gulval). From the end of Posses Lane follow the signs to Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens. After  just over 1 mile turn left into Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens.
 
By Public Transport - From Penzance or St Ives

The No. 16/16A bus between Penzance and St Ives travels past our entrance approximately every other hour. Make sure you choose the bus travelling via Gulval & Ludgvan (NOT via Newmill/Zennor). Tremenheere is a request stop - Just ask the driver to let you off at our slip road.
The nearest train station is Penzance, located 2 miles away, the bus station is immediately opposite. Car hire or a taxi are both available from the train station, we're approximately a 10 minute drive away.

DOG FRIENDLY

Well-behaved dogs are welcome on a lead throughout the gardens and in the outside seating area of Tremenheere Kitchen. Dog bins are located in the gardens, please pick up after your pooch.