Easter Holidays 

  •  Sat 20 Apr to Sun 05 May 2019 
  •  11am to 4pm

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Easter Animal Magic

It’s animal magic this Easter from Saturday 13th to Sunday 28th of April at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, where you can get up close and personal with Farmer Huw’s younger livestock – lambs and chicks. There’s fun and games and lots of arts and crafts action to suit all ages.

Tropical Inc. returns to the Garden with their stunning and exotic menagerie!

The meerkats will return along with a selection of snakes, tarantulas, a porcupine, a skunk, a parrot and much more. It is very much a fun-for-all-the-family show presented by Tropical Inc’s Steve Rowland.  Mums, dads and kids can get up close and personal with a whole variety of exotic animals with shows on April 13th-16th and 24th-25th of April at 11am, 12.30pm, 2pm and 3.30pm in the Garden’s Marquee.

With two flying displays every daythat take place at 11.30am and 2.30pm and a daily owl show at 1pm, you can also enjoy the wonderful British Bird of Prey Centre!

You’ll be amazed and dazzled by illusionist and conjurer – the magical Luke Jugglestruck on April 20th-21st.

Enjoy an amazing outdoor cinema experience at the Garden on Saturday April 13th, with the foot-stomping celebration of Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody, will be shown.

If that’s not enough, the world-famous Quack Pack are back doing their thing from April 19th-22nd.

There’s an additional £3 charge for the meerkat shows. For ONLY £5 you can enjoy the meerkat show and entry to the British Bird of Prey Centre for their daily flying displays!Visitors are urged to book in advance to ensure they get to enjoy another helping of animal magic.  Please call 01558 667149 to book your tickets.

The Botanic Garden’s Activities for All run from 11am to 4pm every day of the Easter holidays.

The Garden is open from 10am to 6pm, with last entry at 5pm.

For more information about this and other events at the Garden, call 01558 667149 or email


Whilst at the National Botanical Gardens Wales be sure to check out the British Bird of Prey Centre