Visit Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens in Cornwall this Autumn for the reduce rate of £4
This Autumn sees the return of our special locals’ offer, where residents of Cornwall may enter the garden at the reduced rate of £4.00. Click the link below to sign up and receive your locals’ offer voucher.
This single entry ticket is valid for residents of Cornwall between 1st October – 3rd November. To claim please bring along ID, proof of Cornwall residency and your voucher (printed or presented on a smart phone).
One voucher is required per two adults, with entry costing £4 per person. Children aged 11–15 must be accompanied by an adult with a voucher to receive discounted entry. Admission is free for any children under 11 years old. Charity days are excluded from this offer. Full terms and conditions here.
The gardens are open daily, 10.30am – 5.30pm. Tremenheere Gallery opens Tuesday – Sunday, 11am – 4.30pm.
Tremenheere Kitchen is open daily 10am – 4pm. Don’t forget to book, as the restaurant is very busy all year round! Restaurant bookings can only be made directly through Tremenheere Kitchen. Please either visit their website, telephone 01736 448089 (Ex2) or email email@example.com to book a table.
Explore Tremenheere in Autumn
This offer provides an excellent opportunity for local residents to see the garden during this beautiful time of year. The gardens are situated in a beautiful sheltered valley, with woods, stream and dramatic vistas providing the perfect setting for large-scale exotic and sub-tropical planting.
The very favoured micro-climate allow all manner of exotic and half hardy plants to flourish. The planting schemes are appropriate to the varying individual habitats but carry the unifying theme of sculptural forms, textures and colours which harmonise with what nature has already provided. The plants create a restful verdancy, whilst having their own drama through form and foliage – in particular, through the notable collection of palm trees, succulents and bamboo.
Dramatic landscape and planting provide the backdrop to contemplative but inspirational artworks. Internationally and nationally renowned artists such as James Turrell RA, Kishio Suga, David Nash RA, Richard Long RA and Tim Shaw RA have interacted with the landscape to create site specific permanent works which harmonise with the setting. The land also provides a forum for ever-changing temporary, or even ephemeral arts in all its forms.
Find out more about the gardens here.