in the year 2000, the National Botanic Garden of Wales officially opened its doors
to the public. As well as spectacular flowers and plants, there's mammals, reptiles,
amphibians and more than 100 types of moth and butterfly plus a superb range of
The wealth of wildlife and plants make parks and gardens a
great summer attraction for lovers of flora and fauna.
- Why not try deer stalking in an ancient park, experiment
with moth trapping at home or even learn the art of falconry?
Botanic Garden of Wales - Visitor Guide
National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire.
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- flowers. |
|Garden map: ||Map
of the gardens and key features.|
kit:||Plant and butterfly/dragonfly
There are always seasonal
highlights but the summer months are when the gardens look their very best.
and plants. Birds. Reptiles. Butterflies. Dragonflies and Damselflies.
Garden is accessible to all visitors, whatever their level of ability. The complex
has been designed with wheelchairs in mind. There are also motor-powered and manual
wheelchairs available at the Gatehouse free of charge. |
||Restaurant, cafe, plant shop. Art
gallery. 360 degree film theatre.|
The National Botanic Garden
of Wales is about 10 minutes off the M4 motorway in Carmenthenshire.
Open daily except Christmas
2 March 2007-31 October 2007 from 10.00am-6.00pm.
until end of October 2007: Adults £8; OAPS £6; |
£3; Under 5s free; Family (two adults and four children) £17.
admission prices: Adults £5.00; OAPs £3.00;
Children (5-16) free;
Under 5s free; Family £17.
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