A close up of brightly coloured flowers

Local historic gardens prepare to reopen gates

Get ready to share once again in the journey of restoration as we reopen our historic gardens in the heart of Cornwall. 

Originally planted more than 200 years ago, the gardens of Trevince will once again be open to the public for its spring and summer season between Friday 26th March and Sunday 26th September.  

During this time, visitors will be able to stroll around the beautiful gardens, enjoy the variety of rare and unusual plants and marvel at the Camellias and Rhododendrons, which provide an impressive display of colour throughout the months of spring. 

While the gardens have been closed to the public, the garden team have been hard at work to continue the growing legacy of Trevince by creating new areas for visitors to explore. A new Shade House has been created to offer shelter from the midday sun while a new viewing platform has been built above the 18th century walled garden, providing a brand-new perspective of the productive garden.  

The Cart Shed café will be open for takeaway teas, artisan coffees, homemade cakes and our famous cream teas so that visitors can pair refreshments with their Sunday stroll. 

Open every Friday, Saturday, Sunday and all Bank Holiday Mondays, our gardens offer locals and visitors alike the chance to explore a garden that both celebrates its heritage and continually builds towards the future.  

Locals who would like to return throughout the season to watch as the various displays grow and change can purchase a season pass, giving them the opportunity to watch our growing legacy flourish.