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Bodnant Garden

Gardens North Wales

Come and lose yourself in the awesome beauty of Bodnant Garden and spend an amazing day in this feast for the senses. Enjoy sights, sounds and fragrances that you’ll remember forever from the huge variety of plants, ponds and wildlife to the mighty mountains beyond.

Nestling in the foothills of Snowdonia is one of the world’s most magical gardens. With its dramatic scenery, historic plant collections from around the world and different garden styles harmonised into 80 glorious acres, it will capture your heart and live in your memory.

In spring enjoy swathes of daffodils, camellias, magnolias, and rhododendrons; roses, lily ponds, herbaceous beds and buzzing wildflower meadows in summer; a kaleidoscope of rich leaf colour in autumn; and in winter sparkling, frosted landscapes.

Feast on Italianate finery in The Terraces, tranquillity in the dappled shade of The Shrub Borders and drama in The Dell with its waterfall and towering conifers … and from spring 2015 explore the Far End, ten acres of riverside which are opening to the public for the first time

For details on the exciting calendar of events at Bodnant Garden, visit http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/bodnant-garden/things-to-see-and-do/events/

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Opening Times

Open 2015:

January, February, November and December (closed 24, 25, 26 Dec) daily 10.00am-4.00pm

March to October daily 10.00am-5.00pm (open until 8pm on Weds from May-Aug)

Last entry 30 minutes prior to closing

Prices

January, February, November and December
Adult Gift Aid - £5.78
Adult Standard - £5.25
Child Gift Aid - £2.89
Child Standard - £2.62
National Trust members free

March to October
Adult Gift Aid - £11.55
Adult Standard - £10.50
Child Gift Aid - £5.78
Child Standard - £5.25
National Trust members free

Contact

Bodnant Garden
Tal-y-Cafn
nr Colwyn Bay
Conwy
LL28 5RE
01492 650460
bodnantgarden@nationaltrust.org.uk
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/bodnant-garden





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