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 beach. They were opened in 1912 to commemorate the coronation of Queen Mary, the wife of George V.
The gardens are renowned for the proliferation of sub tropical species that thrive in Cornwall's milder climate and these include Gunnera, Proteas, Agapanthus and Echium.
Open all year
Dogs only allowed on a lead
How to get here
The gardens are a 2 minute walk from the seafront or 10 mins from the town centre.
First Group no 41 Troon to Falmouth, Via Camborne, Tuckingmill, Redruth, Lanner & Tremough.
The Maritime Line runs a twice hourly service between Truro and Falmouth. Falmouth Town stop is a convenient 5-10mins walk away.
Nearest public parking is available at Gyllyngvase Beach or Grove Place both 5-10 min walk away.