Glendurgan is one of the Cornish coastal gardens created in these valleys from the 1820s onwards by members of the Quaker shipping family, the Foxes of Falmouth, beginning with Alfred Fox (1794–1874). It was given by his grandson Cuthbert and his wife Moyra, and their son, Philip, to the National Trust in 1962 – the bicentenary of the family firm. The relatively undistinguished house is not open to the public.
National Trust, Glendurgan
Mawnan Smith, near Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 5JZ England
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01 August 2021
The maze opens from today for visitors to enjoy! Thank you for your patience while it was closed due to social distancing measures. Due to narrow paths and multiple dead ends, we ask that everyone remains considerate of others' space as you explore the giant puzzle once again. https://t.co/imF81hHYdZ