National Botanic Garden of Wales

The first botanic garden of the new millennium, the National Botanic Garden of Wales stretches over more than 568 acres within rural Carmarthenshire. It consists of the Botanic Garden and Waun Las National Nature Reserve, which is managed as an organic farm. In just 17 years, it has become a place of international significance dedicated to conservation, horticulture, science, education, leisure and the arts.

Our mission to inspire, educate and conserve has not only made us a beautiful place to visit but a fascinating and relevant one too.

We have an amazing collection of over 8000 different plant varieties, spread across 560 acres of beautiful countryside.

We have developed a stunning range of themed gardens that appeal to a wide range of visitors, from those who just love the sights and smells to those who want to know about plant evolution, the use of medicinal plants or our scientific research.

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