The National Trust Dyffryn Gardens

The National Trust Dyffryn Gardens, St Nicholas, South Wales, Wales

Dyffryn Gardens, St Nicholas are an exceptional example of Edwardian garden design. Covering more than 55 acres, the gardens feature a stunning collection of intimate garden rooms, a large glasshouse, statuary collection and arboretum featuring trees from all over the world. Designed by eminent landscape architect Thomas Mawson in 1906, the Gardens are the early 20th-century vision of coal magnate John Cory and his son Reginald.

The Gardens are wheelchair-friendly with easy access.

Refreshments and daily specials available from our Gardens Tearooms and Gallery cafe.

We ask that for the enjoyment of all our visitors, dogs are kept on short leads at all times and all waste is bagged and binned. Dogs are not permitted inside the mansion or our cafes, however outdoor seating is available and there is a dog lounge at the entrance to The Gallery cafe situated behind Dyffryn House.

Assistance dogs are welcome in all our buildings.

For the comfort of all visitors, smoking of tobacco, e-cigarettes or other products that produce a vapour or smoke are not permitted within the grounds.

Barbecues are not permitted on site.

Free onsite parking near Visitor Reception and at the site entrance. We ask that drivers park considerately, giving priority to visitors with disabilities, families with young children and pregnant women in the car park closest to Visitor Reception. Drivers parking near the site entrance can make the short walk to Visitor Reception from there.

Opening Times: -

Open all year - Closed Christmas Day/Boxing Day.
Opening hours for House/Gardens vary throughout the Seasons - check website for times.

Standard Entry Fee: -

Adult - £10.90
Child - £5.45
Family - £27.50
Group Adult - Minimum group size 15 - £10.30
Group Child - Minimum group size 15 - £5.15

Telephone Number - 02920 590806


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