Address: Mumbles Road, Blackpill, Swansea SA3 5AS
Opening times: open daily dawn till dusk
Admission : free
Pedestrian entrances at : Mumbles Road, Mayals Road and Westport Road
Car parking : limited parking shared with Woodman Inn, Mumbles Road. Large pay car park at junction of Mumbles Road and Derwen Fawr Road.
Coach parking : contact 07920 560 219
Bus : any bus to Mumbles; alight at Blackpill
Access : steep paths in places; some not suitable for wheelchairs.
Dogs : well behaved dogs on leads preferred.
Refreshments : picnics allowed but no fires or barbeques.
Limited refreshments on site.
Woodman Inn and Junction Café nearby.
Nationally renowned collection of Rhododendrons and Azaleas. Fine collection of mature trees, heathers and perennials. Colour and interest all year
See also information about The Tree Register. Link button below.
Clyne Gardens is one of the gardens of the Botanical Complex. The garden located in Blackpill near the sea front in Swansea, It is part of the City of Swansea's Botanical Complex which is supported by the 'Friends'. The current park was formed from the landscaped gardens created by Glynn Vivian of the Vivian family who purchased the castle in 1860. The estate passed to his nephew Algernon, 'The Admiral' in 1921 who owned it until his death in 1952. He had the greatest influence on the gardens as we see them today.
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