The National Botanic Garden of Wales is dedicated to the research and conservation of biodiversity, to sustainability, lifelong learning and the enjoyment of the visitor.
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The repair work on our dams means that some paths in the Botanic Garden are closed.
This map shows where the closures are.
Feel free to explore but please be aware that you will have to retrace your steps back through Fairy Wood after visiting the wider landscape.
Construction traffic will be using some paths outside of the closed-off area, so please proceed with caution.
Sorry for the inconvenience and many thanks for your patience and understanding.
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Established as a Millennium project, the National Botanic Garden of Wales is young compared to many botanic gardens around the world. Despite this, we have achieved an incredible amount to become one of Wales’ real treasures and a national asset.
Click here to find out how we are delivering against our commitment to conservation, education and inspiration, and our future ambitions to continue transforming the world for future generations. Vital work that we hope you will help us in achieving.
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