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Clyne Gardens

Clyne Gardens is a botanical garden located in Swansea. The current park was formed from the landscaped gardens created by Glynn Vivian of the Vivian family who purchased the castle in 1860.

Clyne Gardens contains varied National Collections of plants set in beautiful parkland and it is internationally famous for its superb collections of Rhododendrons, Pieris and Enkianthus.

The prestigious parks with green flag status are a sanctuary for people looking to escape city life. The gardens are truly spectacular all year round.

You can also enjoy: –

  • Bog garden
  • Bluebell wood
  • Gazebo
  • Japanese bridge
  • Heather beds
  • Joy cottage
  • Italian bridge
  • Wild flower meadow
  • Azalea gardens
  • Clyne Chapel
  • The tower

There are toilet facilities including disabled facilities available near the main entrance.



Mumbles Road



Open daily dawn till dusk



Free Entry




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At a Glance

Looking for more Fun Family Friendly Venues and Attractions to visit our Places to Go in West Wales  pages for some Inspiration.