Walk through the gardens of Wales
Glorious gardens are Carmarthenshire’s pride and joy, no wonder the county is known as the 'Garden of Wales'.
Though only opened in 2000, the National Botanic Garden of Wales is already legendary: it has the world’s largest single-span glasshouse, is a Dark Sky Discovery Site and hosts a packed programme of annual events. Nearby Aberglasney is home to marvellous blooms year-round; appreciate them all the more knowing that the estate was on the brink of collapse when it was rescued in 1995 and hard work saw the gardens restored to glory. Fancy combining history and horticulture? Head to the Hwyel Dda Centre, whose gardens are themed around the Laws of Hywel, 10th century King of Deheubarth and, later, most of Wales.
Explore the captivating castles and breathtaking gardens of Carmarthenshire. It’s a perfect group travel destination. This year is Wales’ Year of Legends so visiting our wonderful range of well-preserved castles and spectacular gardens makes for a perfect tour.
The area is also home to many other attractions that are great for groups and some of the venues are particularly good if the weather is poor.
Awe inspiring gardens
Fancy yourself as green fingered? Get inspired and see how the professionals do it at our garden attractions