We are starting the process of creating links to organisations across Wales and the world that will help us fulfill our mission and who we, in turn, can help fulfill their missions.

We’ll be developing these links on this page so, if you would like to talk to us about working together, either keep an eye on this page to see who we’re linking with or drop us a line to interpretation@gardenofwales.org.uk and we’ll get back to you. Just let us know who you are, what you do and how you think we can help each other.


Menter Cwm Gwendraeth -  develops projects in the Health and Wellbeing sector, Community Regeneration, the Environment, Lifelong Learning, Community Safety, and Children and Young People by ensuring that the Welsh language is horizontal in the development of every project.

Here’s a link to local food producers who were at the Jan 2012 Food Fair.

Here’s a link to local food and craft producers who have exhibited at the Garden.

Here’s a link to local tourist attractions within an hour’s drive of the Garden


Membership of the National Botanic Garden of Wales entitles you to free entry at other Gardens as listed on our membership page.

Countryside Council for Wales - the Welsh Government’s statutory adviser on sustaining natural beauty and wildlife in Wales. The Garden works with CCW on its Waun Las National Nature Reserve.

Sculpture Cymru - this Wales-based group of sculptors regularly exhibit at the Garden


HMS Beagle Project - The HMS Beagle Project learning programme supports hands-on educational activities and public engagement events that help us understand our planet’s environment and how it is changing.

China Garden Expo -   The Garden was asked by the Welsh Government  to come up with a bespoke design to grace the exhibition which took place in Chongqing, Wales’ regional partner is China.

International Barcode of Life Conference – The Garden’s Head of Science and Research Dr.Natasha De Vere is a regular keynote speaker. This year – 2011 – it is being held in Adelaide, Australia.

Making Links with South Korea.  In 2010 the Garden’s Head of Science and Research, Dr. Natasha De Vere attended a biodiversity networking meeting at the invitation of the Korean Ministry of the Environment.