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Trengwainton Garden National Trust

With plants from around the globe scattered throughout this ten-hectare (25-acre) garden, there is something to inspire around every corner. Champion magnolias and vibrant rhododendrons make way for lush banana plants and soaring echiums. Unusually, the restored walled kitchen garden was built to the dimensions of Noah's Ark, and is today used to demonstrate contemporary varieties of fruit and vegetables. A colourfully bordered stream leads up to a shady pond and sunny terrace, with stunning views across Mount's Bay.

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Be inspired by some great kitchen garden ideas. Imagine dinosaurs as you explore the giant tree fern glades. Enthuse the children with our family trail.

Making the most of your day

Programme of events and activities for all the family throughout the year. Dogs on leads welcome, except in the tea-room and its garden.

For further information please go to the National Trust Website.

Who to contact

01736 363148
Parent organisation
The National Trust
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