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The Lost Gardens of Heligan

The Lost Gardens of Heligan were discovered in 1990, derelict, overgrown and neglected for decades. Their subsequent restoration was hailed by The Times as 'the garden restoration of the century' and since opening to the public in 1992 the gardens have continued to attract worldwide interest and acclaim. The Lost Gardens of Heligan offer over 200 acres for exploration including the Victorian productive gardens, romantic pleasure grounds, lush sub-tropical jungle and a pioneering wildlife project.