Trelissick gardens estate: The estate enjoys panoramic views down the estuary towards Falmouth and the sea. The garden is home to the National Collection of photinias and azaras. It also and has a large selection of camellias, rhododendrons and magnolias as well as many rare varieties of hydrangea.
Trelissick Gardens and Estate National Trust in Cornwall
Visitors can enjoy walks through the extensive (500 acres) of riverside woods and parkland that sweep down to the water’s edge.
The Trelissick Gallery exhibits work by local Cornish artists and craftsmen. There is a cafe and restaurant.
The National Trust holds many events at Trelissick you can check out our Nation Trust in Cornwall pages for details.
Trelissick gardens and estate are run by the National Trust in Cornwall. They are adjacent to where the King Harry Ferry which takes vehicles and passengers to across the river Fal to the the Roseland peninsula.