Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens
Head on an artistic family day out to remember at the spectacular Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens
Tremenheere Gardens, nestled in the picturesque Cornish countryside, is a must-visit destination for nature and art lovers alike. There's so many things to do in Cornwall and Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens are a common favourite amongst all types of visitors, from hardcore art-enthusiasts to families looking for sunny days out in the Cornwall.
it’s not just about strolling through the gardens and admiring the lush greenery. There’s a whole range of activities to keep you entertained and engaged regardless if you're a sculpture connoisseur or not. If you want to take in the scenery, enjoy the sunshine or just take the dog for a unique walk, there's plenty of fun to be had at Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens!
Walk around the park while spotting all the unique and interesting sculptures on this family day out in Penzance
The first thing to mention about the site is the art installations. Tremenheere Gardens is home to an ever-changing collection of contemporary art pieces, scattered throughout the gardens. From giant sculptures to intricate mosaics, each piece is a testament to the creativity and imagination of the artists. Wander through the gardens, keep your eyes peeled, and see if you can spot them all!
If you’re feeling adventurous, you can take on the aerial walkway. Suspended high above the gardens, the walkway takes you through the tree canopy, offering stunning views of the gardens and the surrounding countryside. It may not be for those who don't like heights, but it’s definitely worth the climb if you're up for it.
If you're someone who prefers to keep your feet on the ground, visit the garden trail. This trail takes you past some of the most spectacular spots in all of Tremenheere. From the tranquil lake to the exotic plants in the sub-tropical gardens, there’s something exciting to see around every corner.
Exploring Tremenheere on a sunny day is one of the most exciting things to do in Penzance, but there's something for everyone in every sort of weather
Finally, don’t leave Tremenheere Gardens without visiting the gift shop. Filled with a variety of souvenirs and mementos, it’s the perfect place to pick up a little something to remember your visit. And if you’re a plant lover, you’ll be pleased to know that they also sell a wide range of plants, including many of the exotic species found in the gardens.
So, there you have it! There's so many things to do in Tremenheere Natural Gardens that make it an incredible family day out! And let’s not forget the stunning natural beauty of the gardens themselves - a truly magical place to spend an afternoon.
- Kitchen restaurant
- Baby-changing facilities
- Unfortunately due to the natural contours of the land, access to the gardens is limited for those with physical disabilities and parts of the gardens are unsuitable for mobility scooters, wheelchair users and prams. The gardens are steep in many places, rising to 70m above sea level.
- The gardens can become muddy in wet weather, therefore suitable footwear is recommended at all times.
- There are a number of steep drops, slippery stones, spiky plants and areas with deep water located in the gardens. Please ensure that all children are accompanied by a responsible adult and are safe at all times.
- When you buy your garden entry ticket you will be offered a map that will help give you an idea of the size and scale of the gardens. If you have concerns about access, please mention it to whoever is on the ticket desk, they will be able to advise you and suggest appropriate paths and routes through the gardens.
- Carers are entitled to free garden entry when visiting with a registered disabled person. Assistance dogs (as well as all other dogs) are welcome in the gardens at all times.
- Both Tremenheere Gallery and Tremenheere Kitchen are fully accessible.
- 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.
- You are allowed to picnic in the garden, but please do not bring any glass into the garden