Parks & Gardens in North Wales
How green are our valleys? Very. From formal lawns to mystical woodland glades, a wander around North Wales' parks and gardens is like exploring an enchanted world within a magical world.
North Wales plant-friendly climate and hilly landscapes has allowed green-fingered experts to cultivate some of the most spectacular parks and gardens in the UK. Discover gardens hidden where you least expect them or visit our historic houses and explore acres of flora and fauna.
From snowdrops in January to crocus in December, North Wales' parks and gardens will surprise and delight you all year-round.
Bodnant Garden and Portmeirion attract garden lovers from around the world. Beyond their walls we have a huge variety of incredible outside spaces to explore. Wander through wild and shady woodlands, across expansive country house lawns and exotic gardens bursting with vibrant colour and unusual plant species.
Bodnant's meticulous design and clever landscaping creates the illusion of a garden reaching beyond the horizon. Countryside views are framed with plants, trees and garden architecture. It's like the garden never ends!
The hidden gardens at Plas Cadnant on Anglesey have been painstakingly restored and offer an unforgettable experience, sure to inspire any budding horticulturalist. Perhaps visit Bodelwyddan Castle's 260 acre parkland, with spectacular views over the Clwydian hills and 500 years of fascinating history to discover.
With each season bringing something new to see, a single visit to one of North Wales' parks and gardens will never be enough. You can be sure you'll want to visit time and time again!
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