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Groups

"Heligan fulfilled my high expectations and I can’t wait to come back! " - 2014 Visitor Comment

Groups

Group Rates From 1st April 2015

Pre-booked Group Rates for groups with 10 or more people (without guided tour)

Adults                               £10.00      
Seniors                            £8.50
Children (5-16)               £5.00
Students                          £6.00
Children (Under 5)         Free

Admission and a Guided Tour
Adults                                £12.00
Seniors                             £10.50

For Group of less than 10 people
Standard garden admission applies
Guided Tour - £55

If you would like to discover even more on your visit then we can arrange a Guided Tour from one of our Heligan Tour Guides.
These tours last around one hour and cover Flora’s Green and our historic Vegetable Garden.

If your group have more specific requirements about an area of the gardens or the history of Heligan then please let us know and we will try to make sure the tour accommodates your groups’ needs and interests.

Please note that with all Guided tours we do ask for at least one month's notice.

School Groups

Children                          £4.00
Teachers                         Free of charge
No charge for tours

Student Groups

Students                          £6.00
Teachers                        Free of charge

Reduced rate on Guide Books
If you pre-order handbooks and purchase them on arrival we offer them at the reduced rate of £3 (retails prices £3.95).The handbook features more in depth information about the story of The Lost Gardens of Heligan and will really help your group get the most from their visit. It also makes the perfect souvenir for visitors to treasure.

Group facilities & benefits
Free entry for group organisers, tour managers and blue badge guides.
Free coach parking, located near to the entrance to the gardens, toilets and tearoom facilities.
Free entry and a meal voucher for drivers to enjoy.

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