There’s an Easter feast of music, magic, balloon-modelling and the world-famous Quack Pack
Go and play in the Garden this Easter
There’s a feast of Easter fun on the menu at the National Botanic Garden of Wales with music, dancing, archery, bushcraft, tree-climbing, abseiling, magic and meerkats on the agenda.
There are displays by the British Bird of Prey Centre, too, plus specialist historical talks and tours, the Spring Antiques Weekend plus the chance to see the Mediterranean plants in the Great Glasshouse in full bloom.
The action starts on (Good) Friday March 30th and there will be events and activities on EVERY day of the Easter holidays.
Visitors will also have the chance to use the Garden’s popular ‘boomerang’ ticket, which allows folk to revisit for free within seven days of their original entry – so, hang on to your tickets!
Admission to the Garden is £11 (including Gift Aid) for adults and £5 for children five-to-16 years of age. Under 5s are free. Entry is FREE for Garden members and parking is free for all.