FAQs

What are your opening hours?

Gardens: Daily, 10.30am – 5.30pm
Gallery: Tuesday – Sun, 11am – 4.30pm

How much are garden tickets?

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

Are dogs allowed in the garden?

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.

Can I book a table at Tremenheere Kitchen?

Tremenheere Kitchen is a very busy restaurant, so we’d always recommend booking a table. Bookings can be made directly through their website here or you can email tremenheerekitchen@gmail.com. For last minute bookings please call 01736 448089 (option 2).

How long does it take to walk round the gardens?

It takes up to one and a half hours to walk round the gardens, more if you take photos!

How to do I find you?

Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens is conveniently situated only two miles from Penzance and less than a mile from the A30. For comprehensive directions please click here.

Can we come back in on the same day with our ticket?

Yes you can. Tickets are valid all day, so you can come and go as you please.

Can we have a picnic in the garden?

Yes, there are several excellent spots in the garden where you can enjoy a picnic. If you ask on the ticket desk, a member of the team will be able to point them out for you on our map. There is no glass allowed in the garden.

When are your Skyspace evenings / What events do you have on?

All events, exhibitions and workshops are listed here. Information about our James Turrell Skyspace at Dusk evenings will be added to our website and Facebook page as soon as we have confirmed details. If you have any other questions please email hello@tremenheere.co.uk

How steep are the gardens?

The gardens rise to 70m above sea level with steep paths and steps to the various terraces. The view over Mounts Bay and St Michael`s Mount is magnificent, but the climb to this point is significant. Benches are situated along the way for sitting to rest or admire the view.

Are the gardens accessible for wheelchair users?

Unfortunately, due to the natural contours of the land and steep terrain rising to 70m above sea level, access to the gardens is severely limited for those with physical disabilities and is unsuitable for mobility scooters, wheelchair and prams. The restaurant, Tremenheere Kichen is fully accessible, and there are some sculptures easily accessible and visible from the car park and restaurant area. The gardens can become muddy in wet weather, so suitable footwear is recommended at all times. We have an allocated disabled parking area and drop off point. For more information click here.