Greenway - National Trust

The front of Greenway, Devon, in evening light.

Glorious woodland garden on the banks of the Dart estuary:
* Important collection of trees and shrubs featured on BBC's 'Hidden Gardens'
* Visit by 'green ways' river transport
* Fabulous, tasty, award winning café

Greenway House, on the banks of the River Dart, dates back to the 18th century. From 1938-1959, Greenway was the holiday home of Mrs Mallowan - Agatha Christie - and her husband.

Greenway operates a traffic management system to reduce car impact on the local village. Whenever possible please travel by 'green ways' to Greenway. Visitors travelling from Dittisham are encouraged to park in the Ham car park; however, we strongly recommend not using this route in July and August.

Venue Type:

Historic house or home, Garden, parklands or rural site

Opening hours

Please check the National Trust website before visiting.

Admission charges

£5, child £2.50. Groups £4.25.
Visitors arriving by 'green ways': £4.25, child £2

Greenway - National Trust
Greenway Road
Galmpton, nr Brixham




Main house

01803 843235


01803 661900

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