Take a walk or get a bus
Morrab Gardens are close to the centre of Penzance, between the main shopping area and the Promenade. Whether you arrive in Penzance by train, bus or car, the Railway Station – adjacent to the bus station and the Harbour car park – is a good landmark to start from. There are several ways to reach Morrab Gardens from there, but the simplest is to start by walking up Market Jew Street and through the town centre.
Alternatively you could climb the steep Abbey Slip beside the old harbour; take a walk along the Promenade from the Wherrytown car park or Alexandra Road; or get a bus to the Greenmarket and take an easy stroll through back roads from Greenmarket to the Gardens.
The Gardens are situated on a gentle south-facing slope, with plenty of seating. Tarmac paths provide easy, step-free access to most parts of the Gardens.
Use the interactive map below to help plan your visit to Morrab Gardens – click on any of the routes shown to see more information.
Explore the town
Morrab Gardens is one of the locations on the Penzance Town Trail, a route which takes in many of the notable buildings and historic sites of the town. The route is indicated by slate way-marker plaques.
The gateway from St Mary’s Terrace was the entrance to the grounds of Morrab House in the 19th century, when it was a private residence. The Morrab Gardens way-marker plaque can be seen on the right-hand gatepost of this entrance to the Gardens.
Stay a while
There is no shortage of choice when it comes to accommodation in and around Penzance, and visitors are sure to find something to suit their budget.
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