The Original Garden Visitor's Guide

Trebah Garden

Discover Trebah, a beautiful sub-tropical paradise with a stunning coastal backdrop. Explore under canopies bursting with exotic blooms and follow vibrant tunnels of colour that cascade down to a private beach on the enchanting Helford River. Experience glades of enormous tree ferns, bamboos and palms, mingled with giant gunnera, four acres of blue hydrangeas and in spring, a rolling canopy of 100 year rhododendrons and magnolias. All year round there is ever-changing display of colour and scent.

Set in a wooded valley and first planted over 175 years ago, Trebah has a collection of over 5,000 plants from around the world. There are over four miles of footpath, interspersed with meandering streams and peaceful ponds.

The award winning Visitor Centre houses Gift and Garden shops as well as Trebah Kitchen a modern cafe serving quality seasonal, locally sourced food. Trebah Garden Centre is also open for plant sales during the main season. Dogs are welcome on leads, all year round.

Trebah Amphitheatre is a space for the arts within the garden. It has an annual programme of evening open-air performances as well as special daytime events throughout the summer season. For more details visit

Fact File

Opening Times: Open daily from 10am
Admission Rates: Adults £10, Senior Citizens £9, Children £4, under 5 free.
Group Rates: Minimum size – 12, Adults £8.00, Senior Citizens £8.00, Children £4, under 5 free.
Facilities: Visitor Centre, Shop, Plant Centre & Restaurant
Disabled Access: Yes, with suitable motorised vehicle - please call for more details or view access statement on line. Tramper vehicles can be booked if required.
Toilets on Site: Yes.
Car/Coach Parking: Yes.
Guided Tours: Yes (booking required)
Special Events: Refer to website
Length of Visit: Allow 2-3 hours
Booking Contact: Tracy Campbell,
Trebah Garden, Mawnan Smith, Falmouth, TR11 5JZ
Telephone: 01326 252200
Location: From north – Follow A39 from Truro to Treliever roundabout, follow brown and white tourism signs to Trebah.