A stroll in the Park offers a great range of things to look out for.
The 19th Century Tudor Gothic Mansion, that is known as 'Margam Castle'
was built for Christopher Rice Mansel Talbot in 1830. The Grade I listed garden surrounds it with beautiful trees, shrubs and flowers with both classic and modern planting. The Orangery is the dramatic and magnificent centrepiece to the Gardens. Designed in 1787 by Anthony Keck, at 327 feet in length, it is the longest Orangery in Britain.
The Parkland with lakes and long vistas is home to the famous Margam Park Deer Herd, the relative freedom from disturbance and the wide variety of habitats have encouraged a diverse selection of plants and animals to thrive.
The diversity has provided a great backdrop to recent film and tv projects that the park has enjoyed hosting. this has included regular visits from Dr Who, DaVinci's
Demons and BBC Flog It to name a few!
A visit is never complete without saying 'hello' to some of our friends down on the Farm Trail
! The donkeys are always keen for a tickle!