Enys is situated a few miles to the East of Penryn in Cornwall. Its beautiful gardens and woodlands are a haven of tranquility. Its ancient buildings have been largely abandoned since the mid-20th century, but are gradually awakening from their long slumber.
Opening times and prices
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Days and times
Our season runs from 1st April to 30th September, during which we are open Sunday and Monday 10am-5pm. We shall also be open 10am-5pm some days during school holidays – please consult the calendar to find out when. There are also some special events, when times and admission prices may be different. Please see our Events page for the current programme.
Please book your tickets online in advance! To book tickets, go to the calendar and select the date when you wish to visit. This will take you to the relevant page where you can learn more and buy tickets. Ticket sales only go live a few weeks before the day, so you may not be able to book all the dates you want immediately, but they will go live in good time!
Your tickets are valid for the day for which they were booked. As with other gardens in Cornwall, we cannot offer refunds of unused tickets. If for some reason you are not able to book online, you can pay at the entrance – we prefer card, but can take cash (ideally exact). But online is easier for you and for us!
Seasonal Membership Pass
If you visit Enys often, you might want to buy a seasonal membership pass. Details are here.
Parking, WC; dogs on leads welcome, but please clean up after your dog, using the bins provided.
Practical advice for your visit
Please be aware that walking shoes or sturdy boots are advisable if you want to make the most of your visit, for although we have footpaths that can be accessed by all, there are many over the site that require regular walking attire.
Enys Gardens is an old historic garden with old pathways which are not always ideal for wheelchair users. Many of the pathways are unmade and natural and during wet weather can be muddy and difficult to negotiate in a wheel chair. Wheelchair users are very welcome but some areas of the gardens may not be as accessible as others, especially the pond area which is very steep. There is a wheelchair-accessible toilet.