Visitor Information for the Botanical Complex in Swansea

Botanical Gardens in Singleton Park

Admission: free


Pedestrian entrances to Botanical gardens:  

Enter Botanical Gardens at Swiss cottage, West gate or North gate in buttressed wall.

Car parking : Blue Badge parking only from Gower  Road entrance SA2 9BY.  Public carpark by Sketty Cross.

Coach parking: contact 07817 200 193

Bus : services 10, 20, 21, 22, alight at Brynmill Lane

Access : mostly accessible, some steep paths but all DDA compliant

Dogs: no dogs except assistance dogs    

Refreshments: picnics allowed but no fires or barbeques. Limited refreshments on site.         

Square Peg café and Vivian Arms nearby 


Renowned 40 metre double herbaceous border.

Many mature trees of national importance.  Glasshouses with orchids, temperate and tropical plants.  Wildflower meadow in season.  Colour and interest all year.  Community building with kitchen available for hire.  Plant Shop open Wednesday all year and Saturday April to September 10 am  to 2pm.   Guided walks available.


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Clyne Gardens

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.   


More about Clyne gardens

Plantasia

 Plantasia, Oasis Park, Parc Tawe, Swansea,  Further details  and  opening  Times : see their website.

A tropical haven of wonderful plants and animals situated in the heart of the city.


Plantasia has recently been outsourced

to Glendale who takes over management in the next few months. 

  • As Plantasia no longer comes under the umbrella of the Local Authority and “The Botanical Complex”, FCSBC will no longer be financially supporting this unique tropical haven of plants and animals.

Go to Plantasia Web Site