Margam Country Park

Margam Country Park, A48, Port Talbot, United Kingdom


01639 881 635

Steeped in history, wildlife and natural beauty, there’s something for everyone at Margam Country Park.

The magnificent Margam Castle, Orangery with ornamental gardens and Deer Park, are set within 1000 acres of breathtaking countryside.

Our attractions include a narrow gauge railway, adventure playgrounds, Go Ape (high wire adventure), Fairytale Land (children’s area with a nursery rhyme theme) and rare breeds farm trail.

Margam Country Park is open all year round so you will always find something to make the visit worthwhile whatever the season.

Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council strive to ensure that the Estate is available for public access and enjoyment and asks you to respect the rules of the Park and to leave this beautiful place as you found it.

Park Admission and Opening Hours

Entry to the park is free although there are charges for parking. Prior to your visit, please check that the date of your visit does not coincide with a special event being held at the Park, for which separate charges apply.

Please note that on Bank Holidays there is a charge ranging from £4.00-£8.50 per adult and £3.00-£6.50 per child depending on the event.

Spring Summer Season 2016/17:

  • All Park facilities are open
  • Free Entry – Car Parking £4.90 (On Special event days an entry fee will apply). For facilities, please check opening times on arrival.

Autumn Winter Season 2016/17:

Parkland and gardens open for walks. Pop to spot the animals on the farm trail or go for a swing in the adventure playground!

  • 5th September – 2016 – March 2017
  • Open Daily from 10am to 4.30pm (Please note from 1st November to mid Jan-  Monday & Tuesdays open 1.00pm – 4.30pm.)
  • Childrens Village open 10 am- 3.30pm at weekends and during NPTCBC school holidays.
  •  Margam Park Train Closed Autumn Winter Season
  • Electric Trampers and Wheelchairs available
  • Free Visitor and Events Guide
  • Charlotte’s Pantry & Discovery Centre Cafés opening times vary, please enquire at cabin
  • Free Entry – Car Parking £4.90 (On Special event days an entry fee will apply).  For facilities, please check opening times on arrival.

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  1. Morwenna Tyler
    Morwenna Tyler

    Great park for a family day out. Very reasonably priced as you only have to pay to park, rather than an individual entry fee.
    Lots to do including the quaint little fairy tale land, which my children love! Fantastic park, train ride around the site, farm animals, castle and acres of space to roam around while hopefully encountering some deer!!
    They often have events on, so it is worth checking out their website before a visit. We did pond dipping on our last visit which was fab!

    April 25, 2016 at 7:11 pm Reply

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