This week has seen the lost jungle of Trebah Gardens unveiled to the public after routine maintenance revealed a wonderful new vista of Trebah’s jungle area.
Trebah Gardens near Falmouth in Cornwall occupies 26 acres of land and is rated a one of the finest gardens in the world. The gardens were created as a 26 acre pleasure garden by Charles Fox in the nineteenth century and were first opened to the public in 1987.
Trebah is a must for gardening enthusiast and lovers of plant life. Facilities include the Planters Café, Gallery Shop and Garden Shops.
The Garden is open every day of the year, however, the Shops and Planters Café are closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.
How to get there:
Nearest Airport: Cornwall Newquay Airport
Nearest train station: Falmouth and Truro
FREE parking is offered for cars and coaches.