The Lost Gardens of Heligan ‘Welcomes Dogs and well-behaved owners all year round.”
A great place to explore for you, and your four-legged friend, The Lost Gardens has miles of pathways and routes to explore.
One of the Great Gardens of Cornwall, Heligan has over 200 acres of gardens which includes the traditional Victorian Productive 'kitchen' Garden and beautiful Pleasure Grounds with it's Mediterranean inspired Italian garden.
The 'Jungle', which takes you on a journey through bamboo tunnels and under magnificent tree ferns, also has one of the longest Burmese Rope Bridges in Britain - stretching 100 feet across the jungle floor - Cross it, if you dare!
Don't forget to visit the Giant's Head, Mud Maid & Grey Lady sculptures.
A garden for all seasons, Heligan is sure to delight whether you decide to visit during the quiter winter months, when the unusually mild climate allows the exotic plants to still thrive, or during mid summer.
**Dogs should be kept on their lead at all times as there are livestock and poultry, as well as varied wildlife, around the site.
A free garden map, is supplied on which the dog bin locations are clearly marked.
Please be aware that dogs are not permitted to enter the Heligan Kitchen or Steward's House Tearoom.
Visit the Dogs at Heligan page.
Parking is free and there is free entry to the Heligan Plant Centre, Shop and Tearoom.