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This was only a few miles from where we were staying, so we just had to visit. We enjoyed the kitchen garden, then we had a pleasant stroll around some of the grounds. We had an enjoyable day out in the sunshine, but I thought...More
I have been wanting to go for a while and I was not disappointed.
It’s a very special place with a lovely ambience.
There’s lots to see and the flowers are just stunning.
The guide book says it would take two days to see everything...More
In the summer the gardens would be beautiful, but on an overcast September day. They were ok, but nothing to yell about. They are advertised as being wheelchair friendly, but not all areas are and some of the steep sloped walkways were leaving elderly people...More
Came here with our 2.5 year old who loved all the trees and bugs and the play area. I enjoyed the kitchen garden, lots of different vegetables and herbs to see. Lots of walking and can be quite hilly depending the routes you take
We paid something like £14.50 for a walk in the woods that I could have done at home for free.
Cafe hugely expensive, and I had to eat my pastie with wooden knife and fork cramped in around other visitors as the tables were so...More
We arrived as a party of 6, 4 kids 9-14y. I had over years heard about the gardens and read up the promotional stuff... We visit many gardens and houses all over the country and i have to say i was unimpressed, the advertised features...More
We took my mother(69) and children( 16,8) here for a day. It was full of paths and activities for the kids to do and a lot of beautiful plants. It was a lot of walking but we were able to take it slow and there...More
In the summer this may be a great place to come. But in mid September it was all rather disappointing. Few flowers in the gardens and the place felt tired. I'm sure it was not helped by the fact that we arrived at 4.20 and...More
Absolutely loved visiting The Lost Gardens of Heligan, in September the jungle is lush, green and tropical, whilst the dahlia display in the walled garden is in full bloom and the colours are terrific! The gardens are varied and interesting, with quirky sculptures, animals and...More
Great day out, lots of walking. The veggie gardens and farm were great and it was nice to see the artwork on the Giants Trail but my favourite part was the Burma Rope Bridge and the tropical area which were stunning.
Response from Deborah S | Reviewed this property |
The garden area near to the entrance, there is a lot to see and you don't have to go all the way round as you can visit any of the area's separately. I don't know of any other offers, but if you look on their website you may... More
The garden area near to the entrance, there is a lot to see and you don't have to go all the way round as you can visit any of the area's separately. I don't know of any other offers, but if you look on their website you may find out if there are any deals. We saw a leaflet and went the day after we arrived in Cornwall.
Response from Heligan G | Property representative |
Although there are no specific two for one offers or discount codes, if you’re visiting the Eden Project too, there’s the option of buying discounted joint tickets from their website.
We hope to see you soon.