Creative Workshops at Pinetum Gardens
For things to do in St Austell, head to Pinetum Gardens where they will be playing host to a series of artistic workshops on Sunday 4 June (10am-2pm) ahead of…
Champion Trees Trail at Pinetum Gardens
Looking for things to do in Cornwall over May half-term? A new ‘Champion Trees’ trail highlighting 9 of the most notable trees in Britain has been launched at Pinetum Gardens…
Updated Winter Opening Hours
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Seven of the rarest plants you’ll find at Pinetum Gardens
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"Me and my fiance visited with our two year old on a lovely sunny day. Had seen good reviews of here before but this was our first visit. Nice big car park, beautiful surroundings. So tranquil and peaceful. Was surprised at how big it was, my daughter ran around the whole time! Loved reading all the little bits of information as you walked around. Will definitely be coming again!"
"What an amazing place, the gardens are amazing, such peace and tranquility, although there were a lot of people visiting. Standing by the lake, such a serene feeling. Beautiful plants, trees, nooks and crannies and every time you turned a corner there was something really special. The cafe did the most amazing vegetarian breakfast. Toilets were spotless. Will certainly be re-visiting."
"Lovely place to go in autumn. Colours on trees and shrubs really nice. It's somewhere you could go in every season to see the changing colours. They could do with a few more signs around as you follow the map to ensure you see everything. Very peaceful place to visit even though it's just off the main road. Looking forward to my next visit."
"Well what a lovely visit , I am local and drive past Pinetum Gardens thinking I must visit. Friends came to stat so off we went! Now one of my friends is a horticulturalist & an RHS Judge, what a fantastic garden, to see mature trees in there full glory is a joy. Everything is so well looked after. Staff very friendly & the dogs loved it."
"Visited Pinetum after our visit to Lost Gardens of Heligan and thought this would not be in the same league , but we were wrong. These gardens are beautiful there are different types of gardens to see Japanese garden, Winter garden, beautiful pine trees and a large lake, my husband preferred this to Heligan because of the number of various types of garden to visit. Don,t hesitate if you are in the area it is well worth the visit."