Welcome to Gardens North Wales

Natural and Dramatic

North Wales is famous for its gardens. Visit during spring, summer and autumn there is always something on show whilst some gardens contain plants rarely seen elsewhere in the British Isles. The majority of gardens are open to visitor’s right through until autumn (some into winter) but please check individual opening times as these will vary from garden to garden and some may only be open by appointment.

2017 sees the second year of the North Wales Festival of Gardens, a unique event which brings together the finest gardens within one of the most beautiful regions of the British Isles.  The festival this year will take place over a sixteen-day period from Saturday 27th May until Sunday 11th June.  There will be various events taking place during the festival period so please click here for further information.


gardens events

North Wales Festival of Gardens launch with Peter Gibbs

27/05/2017 - 27/05/2017

We are delighted to welcome regular chair of the popular Radio 4 show Gardeners' Question Time and former BBC weatherman, Peter Gibbs, to North Wales to open the 2017 festival. Come and join Peter for a convivial evening hosted by the Ffestiniog Railway and Plas Tan y Bwlch.

Tickets include steam train travel from Porthmadog, coach transfer, a buffet supper, talks and a guided walk around Plas Tan y Bwlch's Victorian gardens.

To book please click here or call 01766 516024


national trust gardens

children enjoying national heritage gardens

Click here for more information about the festival gardens

famous gardens

a passion for plants

Find out more about the famous gardens.

garden societies

the leading gardening charity in the UK

Find out more about the garden societies


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