Botanical Gardens in Cardiff have been opened for business and the public can enjoy their favourite activities in the garden area.
The new Botanical Garden in the City of Cardiff will feature a collection of flowers, shrubs and plants from around the world, as well as a variety of other plants and animal life, which will help the visitor to appreciate the gardens.
The garden is being constructed in partnership with Cardiff Zoo and the Botanical Conservancy.
Visitors can enjoy all the benefits of this unique experience, including viewing and viewing by the public.
The gardens will be open on Mondays to Saturdays from 7:00am to 10:00pm.
The opening will coincide with the start of a three-day period of free admission for visitors to the City’s Botanical Heritage Zone.
The Botanical Conservation Trust said it was a welcome opportunity to open up the Botanic Gardens to the public, and said the garden’s unique features would make it a popular attraction for visitors.
“The Botanical Council of Wales (BCW) has long been working to make the Gardens an attractive and engaging place for visitors, and we are pleased to see that they are making the garden open to the general public in the city centre,” said BCP’s Director of Public Affairs, Sarah Pomeroy.
“We look forward to welcoming visitors to enjoy the gardens and view the plants and animals that make up this amazing landscape.”
The Botanic Conservancy said the opening will also encourage the public to visit the gardens during the warmer months, to visit local museums, and to take part in the Gardens’ special activities.
The Gardens are open to all visitors, regardless of age, and are free to enter.
They are open daily from Monday to Saturday from 7am to 12:00 noon.
Visit the Botany Conservancy’s website to book a visit.