The National Trust owned Dyffryn Gardens will re-open its gardens to visitors living in Wales from today.
It comes as lockdown restrictions begin to be eased across Wales, with outdoor gardens and spaces one of the latest to be given the green light to reopen from the Welsh Government.
In addition to reopening its gardens, the sites Gallery Cafe will also be open for takeaway only – with all visitors asked to book tickets in advance via nationaltrust.org.uk
In a statement, a spokesperson said “We have been working hard behind the scenes to make sure our places comply with the relevant guidelines and measures so that they are as safe as can be for our staff, visitors and surrounding communities.”
“As we all look forward to longer days and warmer weather, we can’t wait to welcome you back.”
Full details of the safety measures in place at Dyffryn Gardens can be found via the National Trust website.