Margam Park

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Set in 1000 acres of glorious parklands, Margam Country Park offers natural beauty, history, wildlife and a wide range of fun activities and facilities to make it one of the best days out in Wales for all the family.

It has surprises around every corner, from the magnificent 18th Century Orangery, an impressive and picturesque Tudor-Gothic style Victorian Mansion House, a 12th Century Chapter House, ornamental gardens and the best deer herd in Wales.

The narrow gauge railway, children's adventure playground, farm trail, Fairytale Land and the splendid walks are some of the features which contribute to the experience of Margam Country Park together with a mixed coarse fishery at Furzemill Pond and a programme of seasonal events for all to enjoy.

The Visitor Centre situated around the Castle Courtyard, includes Charlotte's Pantry for those who are not picnicking and the gift shop.

Margam Country Park is open all year round so you will always find something to make the visit worthwhile whatever the season.

Please ring +44 (01639) 881635 to check details prior to your visit.


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