We are now open Saturday to Wednesday inclusive to pre-booked visitors. All members and visitors must reserve a timed arrival slot before visiting, your vehicle reg will be checked on arrival and only those booked for that time slot will be permitted entry.
Open Saturday to Wednesday, closed Thursday and Friday
Garden, Plant Centre and Gift Shop are open from 10am to 4.30pm
Trebah Kitchen is open 10am to 4pm, last hot food orders at 3pm.
Boathouse Beach Cafe open 10.30am to 3.30pm, weather permitting
Trebah is the wild and magical result of over 180 years of inspired and dedicated creation. The natural spring at the top of the garden drops 10ft into the Koi Pool and cascades through drifts of brightly coloured waterside plantings.
Mediterranean and southern hemisphere plants intermingle with Trebah’s groves of huge Australian tree ferns and palms. A giant plantation of gunnera and clumps of huge bamboos give this garden a unique and exotic wildness matched by no other garden in the British Isles. It has been rated as one of the best 80 gardens in the world.
Many of the plants, such as the azaleas and rhododendrons, selected for their fragrance, have been planted in drifts on the ravine sides.
The award winning Visitor Centre houses a distinctive restaurant with a Mediterranean-style terrace, plant and gift shops.
A year round garden
Trebah offers the visitor a year round experience. In early spring, Trebah comes alive with a colourful array of 100-year-old rhododendrons, magnolias and camellias; in summer, the giant gunnera is a must see for young and old. In autumn, Hydrangea Valley casts clouds of china blue and soft white across Mallard Pond and in winter, our spectacular champion trees dominate the landscape, the Bamboozle looks striking,whilst plants from the southern hemisphere can be seen flowering.
Visit England Gold Accolade 2019
Cornwall Tourism Awards 2019 - ETHICAL, RESPONSIBLE & SUSTAINABLE TOURISM AWARD - Silver Award
Cornwall Tourism Awards 2019 - LARGE VISITOR ATTRACTION OF THE YEAR - Silver Award
Despite being a valley garden with steep sections and steps, there is a step-free route round the garden which is accessible for motorised vehicles. Two motorised Tramper mobility scooters are also available to hire free of charge at Trebah through the Countryside Mobility scheme (book ahead to avoid disappointment). Plus, entry for people with disabilities and their carer is half the standard rate.