Heritage and Gardens in West Wales

  • St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire

    St David’s Cathedral is a beautiful cathedral founded by St David, Abbot of Menevia, visited my thousands and an important part of West Wales history.

  • National Botanic Gardens of Wales

    The National Botanic Garden of Wales is in Carmarthenshire and can offer a fun day out for the family what ever the time of year.

  • Scolton Manor

    Scolton Manor is a traditional Victorian country house near Haverfordwest in Pembrokeshire that is surrounded by 60 acres of park and woodland and offers a fab family day out no matter what the weather is like.

  • Teifi Valley Railway

    The Teifi Valley Railway is a 2 ft narrow gauge railway hoping to operate between Pentrecwrt and Newcastle Emlyn along the River Teifi, West Wales and offers the visitor a nostalgic reminder of the history of steam.

  • Paxton's Tower

    Paxton's Tower is located on the top of a hill near Llanarthney in the River Tywi valley in Carmarthenshire and was built over 200 years ago, the majestic tower is in fact a folly designed to commemorate Nelson and impress the people of the valley.

  • Black Mountain Centre

    The Black Mountain Community Centre in Ammanford is a one-stop shop for the residents of Brynaman and the surrounding area.

  • Merlins Hill Centre

    Discover the magic of Carmarthenshire at the Merlin's Hill Centre, where according to legend Merlin the wizard made his home and grave.

  • St Teilo's Church in Llandeilo

    The St Teilo's Church, is an Anglican parish church in the town of Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire and was designated as a Grade II listed building in 1966

  • Talley Abbey

    Talley Abbey is a ruined former monastery of the Premonstratensians in the village of Talley in Carmarthenshire, around six miles north of the market town of Llandeilo.

  • Dylan Thomas Birth Place

    Dylan was born in the front bedroom of this house in 1914 and continued to live here at Number 5 Cwmdonkin Drive in Swansea, until his parents moved out in 1937

  • St James Gardens

    St James Gardens are a small, formal, town mews park with mature trees and seating in Swansea.

  • 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.

  • Swansea Botanical Gardens

    The Botanical Gardens in Swansea have a renowned 40 metres double herbaceous border.  Many mature trees of national importance.  Glasshouses with orchids, temperate and tropical plants.

  • Argyll Gardens

    Argyll Gardens is a small-town park with mature trees, benches, toilets and flower shrub beds located next to the main bus stop in Gorseinon.

  • Neath Abbey and Gatehouse

    Originally founded as a daughter house of Savigny in 1130, the abbey was used by Savigniac monks from Western Normandy and by 1730 much of the Abbey was being used for Copper smelting as industry started to impose on South Wales

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