Bodnant Garden in Conwy

Come and experience a little slice of heaven!

The splendid Bodnant Garden is a National Trust property located in Conwy in Wales. It was founded in 1874 by Henry Davis Pochin, and it stayed in the care of this family up until 1949 – that’s five generations! The garden itself features over 80 acres of beautifully kept nature, such as regal Italianate terraces, stunning shrub borders with plants from across the globe, a collection of award-winning trees and even a magnificent waterfall! Though the garden is perhaps most famous for its Laburnum arch, which is the longest of its kind in the UK. Impressively, Bodnant Garden was visited by over 260,000 people in 2019, and it’s known to be one of Britain’s most beloved gardens. It’s the perfect place for a relaxed day out.

Where can I find Bodnant Garden?

It’s located just off the A470. The number 25 bus from Llandudno also stops right outside the entrance gate!
  • Adult Ticket: £14
  • Child Ticket: £7
  • Family Ticket: £35
  • Family Ticket (1 adult, 3 children): £21
  • Open Monday to Sunday: 9:30am-5pm


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