Things to see & do

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What's on

How many of the 50 things can you do at Dyffryn Gardens?

Join us for loads of activities from botanical art courses and late night Thursdays to make it Mondays. We'll have plenty to keep you entertained this summer. See our events page.


Top plants in August

Sunflower Trail © Christopher Margrave

  • Globe Thistles in the Kitchen Garden
  • Ox Eye Daisies in the Mediterranean Garden
  • Soft fruits in the Kitchen Garden
  • Sunflowers in the Tropical Border

Garden tours

A volunteer leading a garden tour © Arnhel de Serra

Join one of our knowledgeable guides on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at midday for a tour of the gardens. Tours last approx. 1 hour and cannot always be guaranteed as they are volunteer led. 

The garden rooms project

We have transformed three of the ten garden rooms back to their 1920s splendour. The Pompeian Garden, Paved Court and the Reflecting Pool.

This has included repairs to the stonework, reinstating statues and new planting schemes. The rooms have now been completed and are looking stunning. Visit us this summer to see the rooms in all their glory. See our opening times. 

Poetry at Dyffryn

Professor Tony Curtis is writing a series of poems inspired by Dyffryn © National Trust

Professor Tony Curtis is writing a series of poems inspired by Dyffryn

The celebrated poet, writer and professor Tony Curtis joins us this year for a one year residency. He will be producing a series of poems inspired by Dyffryn and its stories. His work will be displayed throughout the gardens later in the summer, but for now you can read some of his work here. 


Stroll down the path on the approach to the seventeenth century entrance © Andrew Butler

We are no longer taking any wedding bookings, our neighbour Tredegar House is available for your special day. You can find more information here