The National Botanic Garden of Wales is a young garden, but is developing very well and certainly worthy of repeat visits. They host a number of excellent events throughout the year, so annual membership is real value for local visitors.
Look out for "The Meadows," a noteworthy group of very talented young musicians who play a wonderful series of concerts at various events during the year (Celtic, Classical, etc.).
The staff are friendly and helpful. Disabled facilities are good, including individual transport and unrestricted access to most areas. Youngsters (and young-at-heart) enjoy the land train and play area, jumping over the snaking stream, along with plenty of open space for them to burn off energy. Different seasons offer a continually changing experience with feasts of colour and aromas.
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