The Lost Gardens of Heligan are one of Cornwall's, Britain's and possibly the World's greatest garden attractions.
The Northen Summerhouse is probably one of Heligan's oldest garden structures.
Previously known as 'The Suntrap', the Italian Garden was the first major restoration project at Heligan.
The Thunderbox Room provided the inspiration for John Nelson and Tim Smit to restore the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
Heligan's tool shed offers a glimpse into a past devoid of electric and petrol-powered garden machinery.
The sleeping Mud Maid was created by local artists Sue Hill and her brother, Pete.