The National Botanic Garden of Wales

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    The National Botanic Garden of Wales opened in May 2000 - making us the first national botanic garden to be created in the new millennium.

    We are a charity, which receives financial support from the Welsh Government.

    In such a short time we are the most visited garden in Wales and have been voted the number 1 'Wonder of Wales', 'Most Romantic Garden', 'Best Children's Garden' & 'Best Afternoon Tea' by the Western Mail.

    We have been voted 'No 1 Garden to Visit in Wales' by BBC Gardeners' World 2010 poll.

    We have been voted 'Visitors Favourite' by Carmarthenshire Tourism Association

    Why?

    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've developed a stunning range of themed gardens that appeal to a wide range of visitors, from those who just love the sight and smells of flowers to those who want to know about medicinal plants or the latest DNA research into plant evolution.

    National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire SA32 8HG