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Paid a visit to Margam Park while on holiday in South Wales. It was relatively quiet, being late in the season, with the train only operating on the weekend (it was midweek when we went so it wasn't available) and the Farm Trail only had...More
I visited margam Park today for the first time in years with my husband and son who is nearly 2 years old.
It was a pleasant trip and we were lucky that it was very quiet as it was a weekday and out of school...More
Love going to Margam park. It's beautiful. Only £5 per car entry. So much to see. The gardens are stunning. The castle makes it a tourist hotspot with so much history surrounding it. There's the ruins of the monks monastery above the duck pond which...More
We've been visiting here for quite a few years now and usually buy a season ticket to save on parking costs. The castle is fantastic and the kids still love the little play houses even though they're all growing up.
The work that's been done...More
Love Margam park it’s great for all the family with parks, little houses , train up to the castle and a beautiful castle and grounds to walk around. Had food and ice cream there I didn’t find it that expensive same as anywhere else
Went to the park during the excellent weather we had and really enjoyed friends could not believe we had such a great place to visit in port Talbot. Historical heritage and lovely scenery in surrounding gardens also excellent cafe .
We visited, for our second time, during a recent holiday in the area. Apart from the car park fee, the park area is free to use and offers a range of things to see and do during your visit. The fairy tale area is ideal...More
This place is really great value, you only pay £5.60 per car to access the whole park. The park is massive and if you enjoy walking, you could spend the whole day here. There are two playgrounds, gardens, a castle to look around, farm animals...More