The Lost Gardens of Heligan
Family (2 adults and up to 3 children): £45,00
Carers for disabled visitors: free
From Monday 6th July 2020:
About the gardens
The Lost Gardens of Heligan were reawakened in 1990, following Europe’s largest garden restoration project. Heligan offers something for all visitors; to the garden lovers, the nature enthusiasts, to animal lovers at Heligan Farm. Much of the gardens are accessible, allowing the whole family to enjoy the Lost Gardens! There is a slight downhill gradient; please remember this if you’re in a wheelchair.
When you arrive at Heligan, there is a large, level access car park with designated disabled parking spaces close to the entrance. If you have a Blue Badge, display this clearly in your windscreen.
Heligan has a Changing Places toilet in the main set of toilets, just off the car park. It is fully equipped with a free standing, height adjustable changing bench. There is also a hoist that is suitable for all looped slings, however you must bring your own sling. There are accessible toilets situated within the gardens too.
For full details of the wheelchair access statement, please visit the link above.
Heligan has a very good cafe that showcases the local produce, including produce grown on the estate. This is fully accessible, and can be accessed without entering the main gardens, so it is ideal for a stop off anytime! There are also various other options for refreshments throughout the 13 acre grounds.