Torre Abbey

Torre Abbey Museum is hosting Grinagog Festival 2018. Therefore the Museum will be closed for regular admission on:

If you want to visit us on Saturday or Sunday you will need to purchase a Grinagog Festival day ticket where you can enjoy 200 performers and the Tattoo exhibition. We will reopen as normal on Monday 23 April 2018.

Gardens

Torre Abbey's award-winning garden is famed for exuberant plantings of herbaceous perennials, roses and dahlias, set in a tranquil landscape around the Abbey's ruins.

Rare shrubs and trees flourish in this Riviera climate and there are nods to the Abbey's history dotted around this stunning garden. The Palm and Cactus Houses contain tropical and sub-tropical plants, including endangered palms from Kew Gardens, and bananas.

Children can explore the gardens with special trails and learning activities. There are regular talks and tours by our wonderful head gardener and other horticultural experts. A popular favourite is the Agatha Christie inspired 'Potent Plants tour'!