Experience a day out in the Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall. Within the wild and wonderful land of Heligan, you’ll discover Britain’s real life “secret garden” that was lost amongst weeds for years. It was then rediscovered in 1990 and restored to its Victorian glory and is today one of Cornwall’s most popular botanic spaces.

What are the highlights of Lost Gardens of Heligan?

  • Giant statues – See the iconic statues of Heligan which appear to grow out of the ground itself
  • 100ft rope bridge – Dare to cross the bridge, swaying above large-leafed ferns and tropical jungle plants
  • Europe’s only pineapple pit – See the pit used to grow pineapples for The Queen
  • The northern gardens – See the Flower Garden, Melon Yard and kitchen garden, where food for the on-site tearooms is grown
  • The wider estate – Explore 200 acres of ancient pastures, woodland, ponds and lakes, the bluebells of the Lost Valley, and spot otters, kingfishers and Cornish cattle along the way

Suggested length of visit: 4-6 hours

Why buy tickets to the Lost Gardens of Heligan from us?

  • Flexibility — tickets are open-dated and can be used at any time.
  • Hassle-free booking — print your voucher at home immediately after you’ve booked.
  • Book in advance — ensure you secure your spot for this popular attraction.
  • Buy with confidence – we are the official shop of the British Tourist Authority, VisitBritain.

This product is sold by VisitBritain and is provided by our supplier, The Lost Gardens of Heligan.