Tickets for entry to gardens
Saturday 29th June – £6.00 per person (18 upwards). Child – £3.00 (8-17 years) – gardens open from 10.30am – 5.00pm
Sunday 30th June – £6.00 per person (18 upwards). Child – £3.00 (8-17 years) – gardens open from 11.30am – 4.00pm
Combined Saturday & Sunday – £10.00 per person (18 upwards). Child – £4.50 (8-17 years)
Tickets ARE now available from:
a. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Visitor Centre at Oriel y Parc at the top of the City and from
b. The Cross Square Gardeners’ Market at the Pembrokeshire Friends of Prostate Cymru stand.
Refreshments and other activities:
There will be coffee and biscuits, tea and cakes, prosecco, and other refreshments for sale in some gardens.
In others there will be artwork, ceramics and natural hand-made soaps and plants to purchase.
The Mount, 66 New Street will be available as a drink station with tea etc for the weary gardeners to take a break. See a garden with huge potential for development in future years.
The Gardeners’ Market in Cross Square.
Saturday: 10.30am to 5.00pm
The Cathedral and Cloister Garden
The Cathedral will be open for visitors to see the flower displays on both days BUT visiting the Cloister Garden is only available after 12:30 each day.
Parking is available at Oriel y Parc, Merivale and Quickwell Hill Car Parks.
Toilets are available at:
– Oriel y Parc and their Car Park,
– Quickwell Hill Car Park,
– Bishops Palace, near the entrance
– City Hall and
– St Davids Cathedral
For further details see the Map
If you feel inspired by any of our gardens and plants then don’t forget to visit Bernie at our own St Davids’ Plant and Garden Nursery at the top of the High Street, near to Oriel Y Parc. If you prefer to have your flowers cut for a special occasion then visit Clare at St Davids Flowers at the far end of Nun Street.