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Clyne Gardens, Swansea

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Garden · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Clyne Gardens is a botanical garden located in Swansea, Wales, UK. The current park was formed from the landscaped gardens created by Glynn Vivian of the Vivian family who purchased Clyne 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. Clyne Gardens is bordered by Mumbles road and Mayals road in Blackpill and Mayals areas of Swansea with entrances off both these roads.

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  • This is a decent area with pleasant perspectives. There was a lot of room for each and every individual who was there especially during these difficult times. There is a lot to see and loads of water....  more »
  • Obvs may june is perfect time to visit as azaleas are in bloom but the trees colour up lovely in the autumn - may go tomorrow morn as its on my doorstep ! How lucky are we!!! So well kept thanks for.....  more »
  • Beautiful, clean, family friendly park. A gem in the heart of a busy city. Highly recommend a visit
  • I've lived in Swansea all my life and this was my first time and it is such a beautiful park. It is well worth a visit.

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