Enys Gardens are considered to be the oldest gardens in Cornwall. Robert de Enys lived there during the reign of Edward I. In the 1709 edition of Camden's Magna Britannia Enys was noted for its fine gardens.
J.D. Enys (1837-1912) was a Plant collector and Geologist and brought many different species back from across the world including New Zealand. The garden is at its best in Spring when the parkland grounds become a sea of bluebells.
Facilities and Access
- Parking on site
- WC (limited facilities, inc a disabled toilet)
- Dogs on leads
- Some areas of the gardens may not be accessbile for wheelchair users.
Opening times: 1st April - 30th September 2021
- Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, 14.00 - 17.00
- Sundays, 11.00 - 17.00
- Advance online purchase of tickets only - payment on arrival is not possible
- Non-event days outside peak season in May, entrance prices are: Adults £8.00, Seniors (65 and over) £6, Students with ID £5, Children agest 6 - 17) £2, under 6 free. Family (2 adults and up to 3 childen) £18
- Sesonal Membership available
- 1st May - 9th May: Bluebell Festival - extended opening hours (11.00 - 17.00 every day)
- 10th - 11th July: Food Jam
- 27th - 30th August: Miracle Theatre returns to Enys
- 25th - 26th September: Antiques Fair