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The National Botanic Gardens & Aberglasney

Aberglasney Gardens: Abandoned for 50years with the house and garden crumbling, the restoration of Aberglasney is one of the country’s most remarkable garden projects. 

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  • Explore the ancient formal gardens with pools, parapets and cloisters
  • The surrounding gardens are a renowned plantman’s paradise
  • Award winning Ninfarium, a unique indoor garden filled with exotics from around the world
  • Cafe ( recommended for lunch), shop and plant sales 
  • Entry Adults £7.00

 Around 30 minutes drive from Aberglasney is

 The National Botanic Garden of Wales: Wales’ best garden existing to inspire, educate and conserve, it is an amazing place to visit in every season of the year. 

Highlights are:

  • The world’s largest single span Glasshouse with the biggest display of Mediterranean plants in the Northern Hemisphere

Inside the glasshouse

  • Beautifully restored Double Walled Garden with a tropical house full of exotic orchids and palms
  • Atmospheric old chemist shop and fascinating Apothecaries’  Garden
  • One of Europe’s longest plant beds
  • Wales’ rarest wild plants
  • Award winning Japanese garden
  • Admission: Adults £8.50 Concessions £7