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Margam Park, Port Talbot

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  • Great relaxing place to be with lots of things to see. Great for walking the dog and a day out thst can be great value.  more »
  • Great place to go with the family lots to see. I can't wait to go back as I don't think we saw it all. Lots to do for all ages.  more »
  • I have been to the Orangery for garden parties, dinners and concerts. It rises to every occasion. Amazing ambience. The High, long windows all along one wall make you believe you are in the garden.  more »
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  • Beautiful old gothic house in large open grounds. Always feel that some investment in the house would be worth, would be lovely to see it restored to its former glory and used by the public. Great for dog walks and fairy tale land is magical for the little ones nice tea rooms and gift shop as well.
  • Lovely for a walk or even a bike ride. The farm is also great for kids, there's a large wooden play facility and even a learning centre. That's before you get to the house and grounds and coffee shop.
  • Great location for a day out with the family or to take your dog for a walk. You pay per car instead of person and my latest visit was £4.90. Best to look into the park online before going as there is so much more to do than you might expect as the park stretches away to the left into a forest and to the right into a petting zoo type area and big play park.
  • We love Margam Park. Great if you enjoy walks in the countryside. Loads of fantastic walks for all fitness levels. The routes are well marked, with difficulty levels advised at the beginning of each. There's the railway, wooden play area & fairytale land for the youngsters and go ape for the older children & adults. Plenty to do on bank holidays, but the entrance price goes up & season tickets are not valid.
  • I love shooting weddings here. Great light and grounds. The castle is so gothic.