Heligan Locals’ Pass - Now On Sale

Looking to further strengthen our connection with the Cornwall and Devon community, this October we are pleased to once again offer an exclusive Locals’ Pass to all residents of Cornwall and Devon.

This October, we are once again inviting all residents of Cornwall and Devon to sign up for a Locals' Passes; giving unlimited garden access throughout the year, for the cost of just one normal garden admission charge.

With an exciting annual calendar of family and garden themed events, as well as the unique seasonal beauty and inspiration that Heligan has to offer, there’s always something to fascinate and entertain whatever the weather.

“2017 signifies a milestone for The Lost Gardens, as we celebrate 25 years since opening our historical gates to the public. It is a reminder that while we are stewards of this, the most romantic garden in Britain, a little bit of all of us is woven into its fabric and we wanted to strengthen our local bonds even further, by continuing with our Locals’ Pass offer; so people can come and go as they want and refer with warmth and pride to "their" Heligan” – comments Sir Tim Smit.

This offer will exclusively be available between 1st - 31st October 2017. Passes purchased within this period will be valid until 30th September 2018.

Locals' Pass Prices

Locals' Pass Prices
Adult £14.50
Seniors (65+) £12.50
Students £8.50
Child (5-17) £6.50
Family (2 adults & up to 3 children) £37.50

How to Apply

Please visit The Lost Gardens of Heligan between 1st and 31st October with photo ID and proof of Cornwall or Devon residency (e.g. driver’s licence and RECENT utility bill) to take up this incredible offer. All Locals' Passes will need to be validated with a photograph at The Lost Gardens of Heligan before you can use it.

This offer is exclusively only available for sign up between 1st - 31st October 2017. If you already hold a current Locals’ Pass, don’t worry! Your pass is valid until 28th February 2018. If you haven’t renewed your 2016 pass then you can renew online by clicking here.

Please note that Heligan Membership remains a completely separate membership category with many additional benefits that the Locals' Pass does not include. For further information regarding Heligan’s Annual Membership and its benefits, please go to Membership Page on our website.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to bring anything with me to buy a Local Pass?
You’ll need to bring photo ID and proof of Cornwall or Devon residency (e.g. driver’s licence and a RECENT utility bill)

I bought a Locals' Pass in March. When do I renew this pass?
If you bought a pass in March, don’t worry! Your pass is valid until 28th February 2018 and you’ll be able to renew it in March 2018.

Can I buy a Locals’ Pass for myself and another person but they are not with me at the time of purchase?
Yes, provided that they live at the same address. They will need to provide us with valid photographic ID on their first visit.

What happens if I have lost my card?
Pop into the Ticket Office on your next visit to collect a replacement. Please note that there is a £1 charge for a new card.

Can I still enter the gardens if I have forgotten my card?
Yes. Please see a member of our admissions team who will allow you to enter. You may be asked for alternative ID.

Do I get any discounts?
Heligan discounts are exclusive to Heligan Members (not Local Pass Holders). For information on upgrading to full Heligan Membership, please click here.

Are there any days when my Local Pass is not valid?
Local Passes will always provide you with access to the gardens but there may be an additional charge for some special events.

Do I have to join the queue with my Local Pass?
Yes. You will need to join our daily admissions queue for garden entry.

When will my Local Pass expire?
Local Passes purchased in October will expire on 30th September. Passes purchased in March will expire on 28th February.

Do I need to keep my Locals’ Pass card when I renew?
Yes. You will use the same card upon renewal.

Can I buy a Locals’ Pass for somebody as a gift?
You are more than welcome to buy the physical passes for somebody else provided that you know their address. They will need to present photographic ID and a recent utility bill on their first visit.