Spring Garden Opening – 16 May
May is one of the best times of year for Cornish gardens. Be sure to make Scorrier House one of those you visit during this magnificent time of year.
The gardens at Scorrier House are among the county’s oldest but are not normally open to the public, so make the most of this opportunity!
Bluebells were late to the party in April, but should be a blaze of blue by this May weekend (the garden is open Saturday 15 May as well).
Plants from around the world were collected by the famous Victorian botanist William Lobb, who was employed by the family. As a result, there are many wild and exotic species on display. Read more about the history here.
Refreshments – teas, coffees and cakes – will be available and there are loos on site. Tickets must be purchased ahead of arrival (see below).
The garden is wheelchair accessible, though please note some paths are grass or loose gravel, so the going might not be entirely easy.
Dogs are welcome but only on leads please.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, we are accepting online timed bookings only.
Each visiting individual or group must select an entrance time when booking and arrive at the time on their ticket. This is to ensure social distancing can be maintained.
No groups of more than six individuals or two households will be permitted. Social distancing between groups must be observed at all times.
All ticket holders will be given a full refund should the event be cancelled in light of changing government guidelines or restrictions.
Track-and-trace will be in operation and there will be hand sanitizers on arrival.
The booking form below is for Sunday 16th May.
Please select the time of your arrival from the form below and note down this time (the booking confirmation email might not include it).
This is the time you need to arrive at Scorrier House (directions here). This is to ensure social distancing on arrival and in the garden.
Please note that as each entry time becomes full it will be taken down from the website.
Contact details are required for track-and-trace purposes.