Monday, 17 July 2017
The Lost Gardens Of Heligan
With over 200 acres of gardens and estates to explore, The Lost Gardens of Heligan is a beautiful Cornish attraction to visit. And you would never know that it was once nothing more than tangled woodlands and ruins because everywhere you look, there is something beautiful to see.
And it is not just flowers and wildlife that Heligan preserves, they are dedicated to preserving the memory of the gardeners that made Heligan Gardens so beautiful, but were sadly snatched away by World War One.
And their dedication to preserving the wildlife is equally as touching, with a wide range of wildlife to see. From barn owls to honeybees, The Lost Gardens Of Heligan provides a home for everything.
They also provide homes for pigs, sheep, even Emus! Nothing is left uncared for at The Lost Gardens Of Heligan.
The jungle is a place I would recommend going, the surroundings are stunning and the rope bridge will offer you a whole new perspective on the gardens, but be warned, the wait during peak season is long!
It is not a cheap day, but it is good value, you could easily spend all day there and for £14.50 for an adult and £6.50 for a child over 5 (under 5's go free) it's a reasonable price for a whole days worth of entertainment!
Nominated for an award in the category of "Best UK leisure attraction" The Lost Gardens Of Heligan is a place for all of the family to enjoy.
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