Prices and Tickets

Admission Fees for St Nectan’s Glen

Admission fees apply only to visit Saint Nectan’s kieve and the waterfalls. Please feel free to venture on the woodland walk, explore the grounds with its special herb garden, bugs palace and amazing wildlife and species of plants – to name but a few – or browse our gift shop and visit our Tree of Life Café.

To visit the waterfalls, please see information and prices below:

  • Tickets can be purchased on site on the day of your visit (you do not need to pre-book. Online ticket purchase option is not yet available but… watch this space!).
  • Please go to our Café or gift shop to purchase your ticket(s)
  • Children under the age of 5 go free.
  • Prices include VAT and we accept credit/debit card payment.
  • Corporate rates are available. Please contact us for details.

Memberships can also be purchased. Please click here for all the information about our membership options and how to buy them.

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Admission Prices

Adult £5.95
Child (5-15) £4.70
Student £4.95
Concession (60+) £4.95
Family (1 A+ 2 C) £12.95
Family (2 A+ 2 C) £17.95

Opening Times

We are open 7 days a week

During these uncertain times following the Coronavirus pandemic, please keep checking our COVID-19 page for the latest and most up to date information for our opening days and times.

Summer Opening Hours
09.00am to 5.00pm
LAST ENTRY & ADMISSION IS 4.30PM

Our café is open for outdoor eating.

Our gift shop is also open.

Please continue to adhere to social distancing and face covering rules when inside our buildings. Thank you.

FAQ’s

Our allocated car park has limited capacity. Our peak times are between 12.00noon to 3.00pm.

The waterfall is accessible via the woodland walk and is approximately 1 mile long / 30-minute walk.

Please ensure you keep the track clear, waste and dog-poo free and keep dog on leads.

Check the website for details depending on the season but it is usually 30 minutes before closing.

We advise appropriate footwear, including wellies/waterproofs, as the paths and trails are as nature intended: with lumps, bumps, holes, slopes, mud and steps!

We no longer supply wellington boots.

Yes, our cafe caters for vegetarians and vegans.

The path for the woodland walk is not suitable for pushchairs or scooters or people with walking difficulties.

We love animals so well behaved dogs are very welcome in the woodland and main waterfall area. Please keep them on leads at the waterfall and ensure you poo-pick after your dog. This is for the sake of all folk…

It is the responsibility of each dog owner to ensure their animal does not disturb the peace and calm surrounding the waterfalls and fellow visitors, with either constant barking or bad behaviour. Please respect nature, visitors, staff, residents and our community.