Falmouth Parks & Gardens

From sub-tropical hideaways to more formal flower parks, Falmouth has a great variety of parks on offer. Browse our interactive map, clicking on the park symbol to find out more about a particular park or view the thumbnail listings below.

Gyllyngdune Gardens

Gyllyngdune Gardens were completed in 1907 with the official opening conducted from the bandstand situated in the gardens. The Princess Pavilion was added in 1910

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Fox Rosehill Gardens

Fox Rosehill Gardens are located discreetly off Melvill Road. This peaceful sub tropical garden is a legacy from the Fox family who gave part of the garden for public enjoyment at the end of the Second World War. Many varied species from Australia, New Zealand and South America have been...

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Queen Mary Gardens

Peaceful, relaxing gardens laid out in a formal style and framed by Monterey Pines. The gardens are located directly behind Gyllyngvase Beach and provide a perfect retreat from the energy and excitement of Falmouth's award winning Blue Flag status beach. They were opened in 1912 to commemorate...

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Kimberley Park

This seven acre site is the home to many fine ornamental trees and along with the formal bedding areas has helped Falmouth win many Britain in Bloom competitions. The gardens at Kimberley Park pre-date 1877 and are named after the Earl of Kimberley, who leased the parks to the Borough of Falmouth.

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