Based in Mawnan Smith near Falmouth, Glendurgan has over 300 acres of ambling woodland – offering direct access to the Helford river.
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Glendurgan has three valleys, full of scenic walks and exotic wildflowers. The gardens are open to the public every Tuesday – Sunday from 10.30am – 5pm.
A standard adult ticket costs £10 each, however there is a concession for a free carers ticket. National Trust members can enter for free.
There are 8 disabled parking spaces in total. The entrance to the main car park is tarmacked and there is also some light gravel – which should not cause any trouble for wheelchair users.
There is also a large overflow car park for regular vehicles. The car park has two pay and display machines – (£2 for two hours, or £4 for all-day).
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