Finding the magic is easy!
Mount Edgcumbe Country Park is located on the Devon and Cornwall border close to Plymouth.
Find us using our postcode – PL10 1HZ.
By Cremyll Ferry
A frequent passenger ferry departs the city centre every 30 minutes from Admiral’s Hard (PL1 3RJ) at 15 and 45 past the hour. On arrival at Cremyll Quay simply walk the illuminated ferry link path to admissions, which takes about 10-15 minutes. Return ferries are at 00 and 30 past the hour. The last ferry will depart Cremyll Quay at 9.30pm. This service is provided by Plymouth Boat Trips. For more information please click HERE.
Ferry transport links:
Bus – Service 34/34a departs Theatre Royal every 15 minutes to Admiral’s Hard.
Parking – FREE parking available at Strand Street (PL1 3RJ) and at Devil’s Point (PL1 3RS) nearby.
No problem – simply enter the park at the main entrance. We do recommend arriving early though as the car parks can reach capacity. If we reach capacity then please continue along the main road and park in Cremyll village car park instead. You can then follow the ferry link path to the Wonder Nights entrance.
Parking Charge – £5 per vehicle.
We would highly recommend you park in the Barrow Centre car park as this is directly opposite the Wonder Nights entrance and exit. Alternatively, the designated disabled parking area at Mount Edgcumbe is located just outside the Stables Courtyard approximately 500m from the Wonder Nights entrance and exit. Please follow the signs closely on arrival as these disabled bays are not located in the main car parks.
This is located just inside the park’s main entrance about 200m from the attraction entrance. If the traffic is queuing to enter the park it will be much quicker to pick-up/drop off in Cremyll village instead.
Coaches and larger vehicles
No problem – please call us on 01752 657414 so that we can make arrangements for your arrival.
If you live locally consider catching the bus to us. Service 70/70a/70b all come here and go via Royal Parade, Stoke, Torpoint, Millbrook and Kingsand. On arrival at Cremyll Quay simply follow the illuminated ferry link path, which takes about 10-15 minutes.