Monday to Friday 10am to 4.30pm from Tuesday 14 April to Friday 11 September except Bank Holidays. £9 for Adults, £2 for Children. Telephone 01326 240550
Dogs on leads
Plants for sale
Toilets on site
Special party rates - call
Bonython Estate Gardens are closed until further notice. We look forward to welcoming all our visitors again when the Covid-19 pandemic is over.
Great Gardens of Cornwall
Caerhays Castle Gardens
The National Trust
Tresco Abbey Garden
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
These magical Cornish gardens are home to a wealth of the most exciting, rare and beautiful plants and trees in the British Isles.
The origins of the garden can be traced back to the work of the Chinese plant hunters at the turn of the 20th Century.
Eden is famous for its Biomes, the world's largest greenhouses which are in a giant 50 metre deep crater the size of 30 football pitches
The intention was to create an intimate garden very much in the mould of Mediterranean gardens with water ever-present.
Trebah is a sub-tropical paradise with a stunning coastal backdrop, the result of 175 years of inspired and dedicated creation.
Tresco Abbey Garden was created in 1834 by Augustus Smith who had taken the lease of the Isles of Scilly from the Duchy of Cornwall.
An elegant Georgian mansion built in the 1720s with an exotic subtropical garden, one of the loveliest in Cornwall.
Five of the greatest gardens in Cornwall - Cotehele, Glendurgan (pictured), Lanhydrock, Trengwainton and Trelissick.
Tregothnan is the pioneer of the UK's first tea plantations and has been home to the Boscawen family since 1335.
Started in the 1840’s by Edward Bolitho, Trewidden Garden has a rich horticultural and industrial past. A plantsman's garden.
Tremenheere is a new 20 acre garden with stunning views over St Michaels Mount. Planting is both sub-tropical and architectural.
The Lost Gardens were restored on a shoestring budget and hailed by The Times as "...the garden restoration of the century".