Historic Parks and Gardens in Wales
We read about our history in textbooks but never look around in the places that actually have lived those moments. Efforts have been taken to preserve and present our past into future. These historic parks and gardens in wales are those monumental places worth visiting.
It is a 17th-18th century terrace garden that contains aviary, orangery and lead sculpture. It also preserves 18th century landscaping.
This abandoned terrace garden at Haverfordwest. This site contains artifacts from around 1774.
Located in Monmouthshire, Raglan castle is a formal terrace garden surrounded by a castle architecture.
This medieval deer park has now been turned into a recreational/sports center. This is a garden park located at Abergavenny in the historical country of Monmouthshire.
Located in Wrexham, Denbighshire, the original house was created in 1687 for Joshua Edisbury. Edisbury sold this property to John Mellor in the early 18th century. In the late 18th century, William Emes rebuilt it in a Dutch-style preserving the highlights.
14th century deer park in Wrexham contains terrace and informal gardens surrounded by castle like architecture. It is one of the best location for formal gardens and avenues in the historical country of Denbighshire.
St. John’s Monmouth:
St. John Monmouth is a formal town garden with a Coalbrookdale verandah and a tennis court. It preserves history from 19th century and is located in Monmouth, Monmouthshire.
Designed by Yeaman Strachan in late 19th century, it is a garden cemetery, which consists a wide variety of historic plantations.
St. Brynach’s churchyard:
It is a medieval period churchyard containing a remarkable tower from 12th century and avenues and trees from 15th century. The Church, however, was made in the 15th century.
Shirenewton Hall also known as Shirenewton Court is an ornamental country estate dating back to around late-19th century. It is a Japanese style garden located in Chepstow in Monmouthshire and is closed for outsiders.
Dewstow house is located in Caerwent, Monmouthshire. It is a rock and water garden made in 20th century. The garden is made both overground as well as underground.
William Harpur and William Pettigrew in 1894 century in Cardiff, Glamorgan. It is primarily a public park containing gardens and urban spaces.