Opening Hours, Prices and Tickets
The Lost Gardens are open daily for your enjoyment and exploration. Pre-booking is essential for all visitors.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan are open seven days a week and we kindly ask that our day visitors and Heligan Local Pass holders’ pre-book their garden visits online.
Please click here to book your next visit.
- The Lost Gardens of Heligan are be open daily between 10am and 4pm with last entry at 2:30pm.
- All visitors must follow all COVID-19 government guidelines
- “There's no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothing” We advise that when booking, please look ahead at the local weather forecast as our tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable unless The Lost Gardens of Heligan are forced to closed due to extreme weather conditions or other unprecedented issues.
- Please postpone your visit to us if you or any other member of your household has displayed any Covid-19 symptoms in the last 14 days
- Please love the Gardens as much as we do and take your rubbish home; leave us only your footprints.
We look forward to welcoming you and hope you enjoy your visit.
|Child (5-17 Years)||£8.50|
|Child (Under 5)||Free|
|Family Garden Admission (1 Adult & up to 3 Children)||£30|
|Family Garden Admission - (2 adults & up to 3 children)||£48|
|Daily Opening Hours from Monday3rd January|
|The Gardens & Estate||10am - 4pm - last entry 2:30pm|
|Heligan Kitchen||9am - 3:00pm - Breakfast 9am -1130am, lunch 12pm-3:00pm. Cooked breakfasts will be served until 11am on Sundays.|
|The Heligan Takeaway||10am - 4:30pm|
|Heligan Shop & Plant Centre||10am-4pm|
The Lost Gardens of Heligan have been accredited with the ‘We’re Good To Go’ industry standard and supporting mark. We continue to adhere to all Government and public health guidance, have carried out COVID-19 risk assessments and checked that we have the required processes in place to keep our visitors and staff safe at all times.
Please be aware that The Lost Gardens are privately owned and as such are not directly associated with either the National Trust, English Heritage or the RHS.