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Half Term Fun with the Gruffalo at National Botanic Garden of Wales

Come and join in the Half Term fun on the Newly opened Gruffalo Trail at the National Botanic Garden of Wales.

On 23rd March the new Gruffalo Trail opened at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, with wood sculptors made by local artist to bring this trail to life for the kids.

Over the May half term kids can join the activity leader for Gruffalo-inspired crafts at the Gruffalo Wood Carving between 11am and 3pm. Families can enjoy following the Gruffalo Trail at Fairy Wood near Tŷ Melyn to meet the characters and find the Gruffalo in the deep dark wood!

The Gruffalo Trail is a self led trail and is open every day.




National Botanic Gardens of Wales
Middleton Hall
SA32 8HN

T: 01558 667149




11am and 3pm




These activities are free but normal National Botanic Garden of Wales admission applies which are.

Day Entry to the Garden and Bird of Prey Centre is:

Adult £19
Child (2 – 16 years old) £10
Family Two (2 adults and up to 4 children) £55
Family One (1 adults and up to 4 children) £41
Carers and Under 2s are Free


Admission tickets are valid for the following seven days after your visit and permit free unlimited entry for this period.

You can also save some money with an Annual Membership speak with the Reception for more info

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