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How to Find Us

Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens, Nr Gulval, Penzance, TR20 8YL

Artwork: Penny Saunders – Restless Temple. Image: Karl Davies

By Car – From the A30, heading West

Follow the A30 westbound towards Penzance.

When you reach the outskirts of Penzance take the 3rd exit (towards Penzance Heliport) at the Morrisons roundabout onto Jelbert Way.

Pass Penzance Heliport on your right and KFC, Currys, Helfords and B&M on your left.

Take the first right onto Posses Lane (signposted Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens).

From the end of Posses Lane follow the signs for just over one mile to Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens.

By Car – From Penzance

Follow Chyandour Cliff road past the train station and out of Penzance.

When you reach the Eastern Green roundabout (at Tesco), take the second exit, then turn right immediately onto Jelbert Way.

Take the third left onto Posses Lane towards Gulval (signposted Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens).

From the end of Posses Lane follow the signs for just over one mile to Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens.

Image: Karl Davies

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 and 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 only 2 miles away – check times via Trainline. The bus station is immediately opposite. Car hire and taxis are both available from the train station. We’re approximately a 10-minute drive away.

By Foot – From Lelant or Ludgvan

From Lelant or Marazion via Ludgvan, St Michaels Way, the Pilgrim’s walk is an easy walk through one of the most fertile strips of farmland in the UK, directly linking Lelant and Marazion. St. Michael’s Way is signposted and waymarked in both directions using a stylistic shell icon based on the Council of Europe’s sign for pilgrim routes. 

The 12 mile/19km route is believed to have been used by pilgrims and missionaries, many travelling from Ireland and Wales, to avoid making treacherous journey by sea around Land’s End.

Image: Karl Davies

By Bicycle – From Portreath, Hayle or Longrock

Follow the National Cycle Route 3 / B3301 from Portreath that takes you along the South West Coast Path, then through Hayle, St Erth and Longrock, ending up at Tremenheere after a wonderfully scenic ride.