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Which gardens can I take my dog to in Cornwall?

These gardens have indicated that they are happy for dogs to visit with you, if kept on a lead.

  • Eden Project

    Opening Details: All Year
    Feature plant(s):

    rainforest, mediterranean, tree ferns, fruit trees, vegetables

    Inspiration for:

    Sustainable gardening

    Dogs (on leads): Yes
    Restaurant/Cafe:

    Yes

    Adult Charge £: 27.50

    Contemporary, ambitious and exciting, the Eden Project has quickly become famous across the world. Its covered Biomes house the largest rainforest in captivity and a contrasting Mediterranean landscape. Surrounding the domes are diverse and productive outdoor garden spaces. Eden combines horticulture, plant preservation and celebration with educational facilities which Cornish Read more [...]

  • Godolphin House

    Opening Details: All Year
    Feature plant(s):

    bluebell

    Inspiration for:

    Traditional seasonal planting schemes, bluebell establishment

    Dogs (on leads): Yes
    Restaurant/Cafe:

    Yes

    Adult Charge £: 8.10

    Historic estate in the heart of the county. With woodland walks and ornamental gardens, set out in Elizabethan times, closer to the house. Wide open places where you can relax, enjoy a picnic or walk your dog. Visit in late April/Early May to enjoy the spectacular carpets of scented bluebells. Read more [...]

  • Pinetum

    Opening Details: Year round, 10am-6pm (last entry 5pm)
    Feature plant(s):

    numerous

    Inspiration for:

    diverse range of planting styles

    Dogs (on leads): Yes
    Restaurant/Cafe:

    Yes

    Adult Charge £: 10.00

    A 30-acre idyllic garden which has been created over the past four decades. Home to one of the largest plant collections in Cornwall, spread over ten individually themed garden rooms. Also home to several ‘Champion’ trees (defined by being either the largest in height or widest in girth for their Read more [...]

  • Tanglewood Wild Garden

    Opening Details: Good Friday to End Oct 10am to dusk
    Feature plant(s):

    Native and exotic plants and trees.

    Inspiration for:

    Wildlife friendly planting

    Dogs (on leads): Yes
    Restaurant/Cafe:

    No

    Adult Charge £: 5.00

    A deliberately non-commercialised garden, kept as natural and wild as possible. Appealing to those looking for an oasis of peace and tranquility. Also family-friendly as it’s a lovely place to take a picnic and there’s a rope swing for children. 9 acres including 4 ponds, sympathetic planting of native trees Read more [...]

  • The Lost Gardens of Heligan

    Opening Details: All Year
    Feature plant(s):

    camelia, rhododendron, gunnera, tree ferns, palms, bluebells, vegetables, fruit trees, wildflowers

    Inspiration for:

    Home grown fruit and veg, tropical planting

    Dogs (on leads): Yes
    Restaurant/Cafe:

    Yes.

    Adult Charge £: 14.50

    200 acres of gardens and estate. Something of interest to all gardeners. A genuine secret garden, it was lost for decades; its history consigned to overgrowth.  

  • Trebah

    Opening Details: All Year except Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day 2017.
    Feature plant(s):

    rhododendron, magnolia, camelia, tree fern, hydrangea, bamboo, palm, gunnera

    Inspiration for:

    Sub-tropical plants, coastal gardens.

    Dogs (on leads): Yes
    Restaurant/Cafe:

    Yes

    Adult Charge £: 10.00

    A sub-tropical paradise with a stunning coastal backdrop. Open every day of the year. Discover the magic of this beautiful Cornish valley garden with over four miles of footpath. Explore under canopies bursting with exotic blooms. Follow vibrant tunnels of colour that cascade down to our very own secluded beach Read more [...]

  • Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens

    Opening Details: 10th February - 28th Oct 2018
    Feature plant(s):

    palm trees, succulents, bamboo, ferns

    Inspiration for:

    palm, agave, succulents, bamboo, fern

    Dogs (on leads): Yes
    Restaurant/Cafe:

    Yes

    Adult Charge £: 8.00

    A relatively new, 22 acre exotic and sub-tropical garden near Penzance. Woodland and tropical planting, showcasing artistic sculptural creations set throughout the grounds.

  • Trengwainton

    Opening Details: 11th Feb - 25th Oct (Shut Fri & Sat). 10:30 - 17:00
    Feature plant(s):

    camelia, magnolia, rhododendron, acer, fruit, vegetables, ginkgo biloba, acer, champion tree

    Inspiration for:

    There's a community section of the kitchen garden, where gardening techniques can be learnt.

    Dogs (on leads): Yes
    Restaurant/Cafe:

    Yes

    Adult Charge £: 8.60

    Here in this warm and luxuriant garden, you can follow in the footsteps of the 1920s plant hunters to see plants that flowered in Britain for the first time. Award-winning magnolias and rhododendrons are still nurtured by those with a passion for their beauty and extraordinary story and five sections of Read more [...]

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