Welcome to Chalice Well
The gardens are a place of meditation and quiet reflection, a chance to leave the world behind, a pause. Open every day.
29 October to 31 March: 10am to 4pm
1 April to 28 October: 10am to 5:30pm
No pre-booking required.
Please scroll down for entrance fees.
The gardens offer a respite from the everyday, a place for connection, reflection and renewal. Each area of the gardens is distinctly different – ranging from the wide open space of the meadow, to the intimate space around the Wellhead itself. Throughout the garden there are numerous places to sit and enjoy nature, the constant flow of the water, from the wellhead, to the waterfall and the healing pool which is possible to walk through and the flowform and sparkling water running down through the garden. The trees and flowers show the changing seasons, and the spiritual presence which is so central to the Chalice Well is everywhere.
With this in mind, we ask to respect other visitors by helping us maintain the peace and quiet. Those wishing to picnic or gather in small groups are asked to do so in The Meadow, the highest point of the garden. To help us preserve the sanctity of this place, we ask you to have mobiles in airplane mode if you wish to use your phone to take photos or make notes.
We ask school groups, and other larger groups, to notify us ahead of their visit and also ask that you break in to smaller groups while walking the gardens. If you wish to congregate as a group, the Meadow is an ideal space to do this.
Our entrance fees are:
Adults - £5.00
Seniors (60 plus) - £4.10
Children (5 to 17 years) - £2.50
Concessions - £3.80
We have held entrance fees at 2022 prices, with no increase in 2023
Open every day from 10am
Christmas Day and Boxing day open 11am-3pm
Large groups are recommended to contact the office in advance to streamline your visit.
For those wanting to carry out ceremonies or group meditations, you will need to book the gardens outside public opening hours when you can have exclusive access. This avoids your activities being interrupted by other visitors and ensures other visitors are not inhibited by groups. You can find out more about Private Access, including the types of activities which are suitable to the gardens by contacting us at: email@example.com or calling on 01458 831154
If you are bringing a group and would like advice on whether it is appropriate for you to visit during public opening times, or if Private Access would be more suitable, please feel free to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 01458 831154.
We appreciate your help in ensuring the unique atmosphere of the gardens is maintained. We therefore request that you either turn mobile phones off, or use airplane mode during your visit. Thankyou.
Please be aware that we have areas with uneven terrain, cobbled paths and steps. The gatehouse at the entrance to the garden is up a cobbled path which is steep in places. If the slope is too steep, call into the office and we can arrange access via a level route.
Most areas of the garden are accessible with a wheelchair (a motorised buggy is available upon request).
Children must be supervised at all times.
Assistance & Guide Dogs
We are only able to welcome Assistance and Guide dogs to the Gardens.
We would like to make sure that your visit is enjoyable. If you need further information about accessibility in the gardens for your ease and comfort in deciding to visit, please call us on 01458 831154 and we will do our best to answer your queries.
We hope you enjoy visiting the gardens for many years to come.
If you are interested in visiting the gardens outside our normal opening times, Private Access might be suitable for you. You can request Private Access for gentle ceremonies such as:
Hand fasting (please note we do not have a civil license)
Renewal of Vows
Group meditation and ceremonies