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Trebah is now closed

In accordance with the national lockdown, Trebah Garden and all of its associated enterprises will be closed from Tuesday 5 January 2021. This is to ensure the safety of our staff and local community in the collective national effect to help stop the spread of the virus.

We will not be taking any future bookings until the end of lockdown has been announced.

We would like to thank all our visitors and members for their understanding at this time.

What to expect from a visit?

  • We ask people to wear face coverings when using internal facilities

  • Entrance tickets can be booked at any time, but please note these tickets are non-refundable.

  • If you have any access needs please telephone us before making a booking. As a valley garden, the route down and back up is very steep and therefore we do not recommend manual wheelchairs.

  • Please do not turn up without a ticket, you will unfortunately be turned away.

  • Please have your 5 digit reference number ready when coming up to the Entrance Desk. This is all you will need for us to confirm your booking and you do not need to have a printed version of your ticket.

  • On arrival your car registration will be checked. If arriving by bike, bus or if you intend to walk you will need to show your ticket or membership card to our staff in the car park.

  • Please ensure you arrive within your designated half hour slot; latecomers may not be admitted.

  • There is not a time limit on visits, however the garden closes at 4pm and all visitors must have left by this time.

  • Please respect our staff and communicate with them from a distance of 2m, we are still very happy to help and will do everything we can from afar.

  • The garden and gift shop are open, but all catering is currently closed. Please check individual pages for up to date details.

  • All payments are card only, contactless is preferred.

  • All children’s play areas are open.

  • Toilet facilities are available in the visitor centre. There are no other toilets on site (Please do make use of these on arrival).

  • As we are a steep valley garden, our route is not suitable for wheelchair users and unfortunately at this time we are unable offer our own mobility vehicles.

  • All routes around the garden are one way, except for access to the beach which will have a traffic light system.

  • All routes are signposted, maps are not available, we encourage you to download a pdf of our map from the blue information panel.

  • You can descend to the beach via a variety of routes on the west side of the garden and return to the car park via a selection of routes on the east side of the garden.

  • For everyone’s safety all visitors must comply with the government’s social distancing guide.

  • All dogs are welcome, they must always be kept on a lead whilst visiting the garden and beach.

  • Multiple non-shows on booked tickets by members may result in the individual member being placed on hold and future bookings cancelled.

  • Trebah Kitchen is currently closed, in line with Tier 3 regulations and retrictions.

We very much look forward to welcoming you back

Experience the magical essence of our sub-tropical Cornish garden, steeped in heritage, creativity and the spirit of innovation.

Four miles of footpaths wind through dazzling exotic planting, transporting you from our little corner of England to sunnier climes. Our very own private beach, and the countless secret corners waiting to be discovered in our garden, offers the perfect escape for all ages.

With a unique outdoor theatre and plenty of dedicated space for small ones, as well as four-legged friends, Trebah is the perfect destination for both family adventures and peaceful solitude, with visitors enjoying our inspiring spaces and unique events all year round.