Scorrier House gardens are open to the public for one day only: Sunday 7 May. This is the only time this year that the gardens will be open so be sure not to miss it.
Entry is £10 per adult and children under 16 are free. 100% of all entry fees go to Cornwall Hospice Care, an incredible organisation we wholeheartedly support.
There is no need to book in advance just pay on arrival.
What to expect:
- Teas, coffees and cakes available to purchase
- Dogs on leads are welcome
- Free parking available
- Disabled access
Scorrier’s garden is significant in the evolution of Cornish and Victorian gardens. It was the first to grow a Monkey Puzzle Tree in Britain, and throughout the 10-acre garden there are exotic species imported by adventurous botanists who worked here.
Read more about its history here www.scorrierhouse.co.uk/scorrier-house-gardens/gardens
And here to see our page on Cornwall Hospice Care www.cornwallhospicecare.co.uk/events/scorrier-house-open-garden