Kimberley Park

Kimberley Park, Falmouth home to  Agapanthus plants

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.

The variety of trees, some of which are much admired by Kew Gardens staff, have produced a green oasis enjoyed by visitors and the local community alike. The Falmouth Town Council also encourages the donation of trees by local organisations to the tree planting programme to help protect the heritage of Falmouth.

Visiting Information

Free entry
Open all year

Dogs must be kept on a lead

How to get here

Walking
The gardens are a 15-20 minute walk from the seafront or 5-10 mins from the town centre.

Train
The Maritime Line runs a twice hourly service between Truro and Falmouth. Falmouth Town stop is a 10 mins walk away.

Parking
Nearest public parking is available on The Moor, a 5-10 min walk away.