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Bodnant Garden

A world-famous garden home to National Collections and Champion Trees | Gardd fyd enwog yn gartref i Gasgliadau Cenedlaethol a Choed Campus

Tal-y-Cafn, near Colwyn Bay, Conwy, LL28 5RE

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Azaleas and Rhododendrons in flower in May at Bodnant Garden, North Wales

Important notice

Mae bwcio o flaen llaw yn hanfodol rhwng 20/5 a 9/6 yn unig. Croesewir cŵn bob dydd Iau i Sul o 1/4 - 30/9 | Booking is only essential for visits between 20/5 and 9/6. Dogs are welcome in the garden Thursday to Sunday from 1/4 to 30/9.

Planning your visit

Visitors standing underneath the laburnum arch in bloom at Bodnant Garden, taking photos and laughing with each other.

Book your tickets to see the Laburnum Arch 

Pre-booking your tickets is essential during morning and early afternoon visits between 20 May and 9 June as we expect to be very busy. This also includes members. Book in advance here or call the Central Booking Line on 03442 491895.

Enjoying a walk around the grounds

Visiting Bodnant Garden with your dog 

With 80 acres to explore, there’s a walk to suit everyone. From 1 April to the end of September, dogs are welcome on short leads (not extendable) every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Find out more about bringing your dog to Bodnant Garden here.

Visitors exploring the Bodnant Garden, Wales

Group and school visits to Bodnant Garden 

With 80 acres of horticultural history to explore and enjoy, Bodnant Garden is the perfect place to visit with your group, no matter what the season. Find out more to plan your group's visit to Bodnant Garden.


Bodnant Garden map 

Take a look at the map of Bodnant Garden to help plan your visit.

Venue hire

A bride and groom on their wedding day in the garden at Mount Stewart, County Down

Special memories made at Bodnant

We welcome wedding photography at Bodnant Garden. If you’d like more details, please contact or call 01492 650460.

A young child and her mother bending down to look at flowers in the Sunken Garden in May at Castle Ward, County Down, Northern Ireland


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