Opening times for 29 November 2023
Asset Opening time Garden | Gardd 10:00 - 16:00 Tea-room | Ystafell De 10:00 - 16:00Book a visit
Mynediad olaf i'r ardd hanner awr cyn amser cau | Last entry to the garden is half an hour before closing time.MTWTFSS3031123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930123
Second-hand bookshop. Located opposite Magnolia Cafe
Not National Trust. Located next to the garden entrance
Magnolia cafe located opposite to garden exit. Serving hot and cold drinks, light bites and cakes. Indoor and outdoor seating
Not National Trust. Located outside the garden, adjacent to Bodnant Garden Centre
Pavilion tea-room. Serving hot and cold light bites, drinks and cakes. Indoor and outdoor seating
From 1 October to 31 March, dogs on short leads (not extendable) are welcome in the garden every day. From 1 April to 30 September, dogs are welcome Thursday to Sunday inclusive.
Located in the car park, in the garden centre and in The Dell
Located in The Dell. Open weekends throughout winter. serving hot and cold drinks and snacks. Outdoor seating only
Blue Badge parking. Accessible toilets. Steep slopes, uneven steps and deep and fast-flowing water. Patchy phone signal. Wheelchairs available.
Accessible toilets are located in the main toilet block, adjacent to the Pavilion Tea Room, in the garden centre and in the Dell toilet block.
Level access to food outlet
Approx. 20 disabled spaces, 100 yards from garden entrance. NB: some of the parking is on a gradient. Vehicles fitted with a hoist or ramp may have difficulties when loading or unloading mobility aides. In the case of difficulties please use the pick up and drop off points at the bottom of the car park.
There are some steep paths within the garden. There are many steps within the garden, which are all avoidable. Please ask at visitor reception for an access map. Some steps have handrails, historic stone steps do not.
Pick up and drop off points at the bottom of the car park adjacent to the Pavilion Tea Room.
Manual wheelchairs are available on a first come first served basis. Ask a member of the team in the car park as you arrive.
Off A470. Signposted from A55, junction 19 | Oddi ar yr A470. Cyffordd 19 oddi ar yr A55
Parking: 150 yards | 150 llath
Llandudno Junction | Cyffordd Llandudno
The number 25 bus from Llandudno stops outside our gate, please see the Arriva Wales website for bus times | Mae bws rhif 25 o Landudno yn stopio tu allan i'n giatiau, ewch i wefan Arriva Cymru i gael amseroedd y bws
Cycle route information | Gwybodaeth am lwybr beicio
Booking your visit to Bodnant Garden is not essential at the moment. However, you can book online or call the Central Box office on 03442 491895 if you prefer. We’ll be releasing tickets every Thursday on a rolling basis for two weeks ahead and you can book up until 8am on the day of your visit.
Dogs are welcome on short (not extendable) leads every day from 1 October to 31 March. With 80 acres to explore, there's a walk to suit everyone. Find out more about bringing your dog to Bodnant Garden here.
Explore together at Bodnant Garden
With 80 acres to explore, Bodnant is the perfect place to visit with your group. If you'd like your group to visit call 01492 650460 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take a look at the map of Bodnant Garden to help plan your visit.
Special memories made at Bodnant
We welcome wedding photography at Bodnant Garden. If you’d like more details, please contact email@example.com or call 01492 650460.
Grade I listed historic garden
80 acres including formal gardens, shrub-filled glades, meadows and woods, dells and water gardens. Home to historic plant collections.
A Victorian East Garden, featuring Round Garden, Parterre and famous Laburnum Arch. Edwardian Italianate Terraces of rose beds, pools and pergola garden rooms.
The Old Park, dating back to the Georgian era, and Furnace Meadow which lies on a hillside overlooking the riverside garden.
The Dell, Yew Dell and Far End: Woodland walks among native and exotic trees, including magnolias and rhododendrons, and old and rare Champion Trees.
The Pin Mill, 18th century Grade II listed building on the Canal Terrace; the Georgian Old Mill in The Dell and The Poem, a Victorian mausoleum in The Glades.
Pavilion and Magnolia tea-rooms with indoor and outdoor seating. Dell Kiosk serving takeaway refreshments with outdoor seating.
Bodnant Garden Centre (not National Trust)
Garden centre, next to the entrance to the world class garden, selling gifts, souvenirs and specialist plants.
Play park in the car park and natural play zone at the Far End with willow maze and den building area.
Visit a world-class garden in Wales at Bodnant Garden and enjoy 80 acres of formal gardens, woodland and meadows and botanical collections from around the globe.
With 80 acres to explore, there’s plenty of space for families to enjoy some quiet time together at Bodnant Garden in Conwy, North Wales. Spend a few hours enjoying the beauty and nature that the different areas of the garden offer throughout the year.
Enjoy this hillside ramble – it's a great workout with panoramic views to make you feel on top of the world.
Stay at this wisteria-clad Grade II listed building with its spectacular garden and fascinating history close to Conwy and you'll feel like you've stepped back in time.
Set in 200 acres of wooded parkland, with views across to Snowdonia, this restored 17th-century hotel and spa is an ideal spot for a romantic retreat.
Nestled in the grounds of Bodysgallen Hall, with views of Conwy Castle and the mountains of Snowdonia, these cottages offer a peaceful Welsh retreat.
Dewch ynghyd er mwyn mwynhau cinio Nadolig dau gwrs yng Ngardd Bodnant fis Rhagfyr hwn. | Get together and enjoy a two-course festive lunch at Bodnant Garden this December.
With intimate corners, sweeping lawns, grand terraces and verdant woodland, there are many gardens in one at Bodnant.
Created over 150 years, with plants collected and brought to Britain from far afield, and the incredible vision of generations of the McLaren family and Puddle head gardeners, this haven of rarity and beauty with a stunning backdrop of the Carneddau mountains of Eryri (Snowdonia) is a delight for the senses.
With year-round colour, the garden can be whatever you want it to be, whether that's a hive of activity or a haven of tranquility and relaxation, this is truly a special place for all ages.
Discover how a 'dwelling by a stream' in Snowdonia's foothills grew into a global horticultural haven thanks to generations of the McLaren family and Puddle head gardeners.
The garden at Bodnant is the work of generations, starting with the Pochin family and their move from Manchester. Learn about the people who made Bodnant into what we see today.
Explore the many exotic and rare plants and trees at Bodnant Garden, including five National Collections, as well as Wales’s largest collection of UK Champion Trees.
Ever wondered how much work it takes to keep Bodnant Garden's 80 acres looking its best? Learn how the team care for the garden, home to National Collections and Champion Trees.
Bodnant Garden volunteers
From Visitor Services to green-fingered Garden Volunteers, they’re all the lifeblood of the team. At present, we aren’t able to accept new volunteers at Bodnant Garden.