Discover the rich mosaic of habitats which makes Bryngarw Country Park a wonderful unspoilt sanctuary for both people and wildlife alike. With over 100 acres of native woodland, sweeping meadows, formal gardens and the clear gushing waters of the River Garw, it's the perfect place to relax and explore the beautiful local countryside.
Bryngarw House is a stunning Grade II listed building set in the heart of the picturesque Bryngarw Country Park. Combining country house character with modern elegance, this beautiful venue is now under new management of Awen Trading Ltd, and offers the perfect setting for weddings, civil ceremonies & functions.
Follow Alice and the White Rabbit as they set off on a colourful, topsy-turvy adventure like no other and meet a host of outlandish characters including the troublesome twins, Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee, the notorious Queen of Hearts, the Cheshire cat and of course, the Mad-as a bat-Hatter!
Set in Great Britain just before the start of the Great War, this hilarious and highly accessible adaptation sees Shakespeare’s fantastical characters transported to a time of unparalleled peace and prosperity.
Join Heartbreak productions for this outdoor adaptation of Emily Bronte’s haunting tale of two restless souls as wild and untamed as the bleak Yorkshire moors. Pack a chair or blanket, a picnic, dress for the weather, and come see for yourself if Catherine’s ghost still haunts Wuthering Heights.
Whether you’re looking to join the cycle track for a ride alongside the River Garw; take part in a bushcraft activity with our Rangers; shoot down one of our slides in the children’s play area or simply take a stroll through the wildflower meadow – Bryngarw Country Park truly does have something for everyone.
Home to the newly renovated Bryngarw House, the park has well over 100 acres of beautiful parkland to explore including a picture-perfect picnic spot on the lawns in front of the house. Its native woodlands, formal gardens and secluded glades make it the perfect setting for explorers, young and old, to enjoy a day out in the open air. Bryngarw was officially opened as a country park in 1986 now celebrating its 30th anniversary attracts over 200,000 visitors each year. It has recently been awarded a prestigious Green Flag by Keep Wales Tidy, demonstrating that it meets the very best standards in environmental and heritage conservation and that it is well maintained and provides excellent facilities and safe access. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Bryngarw Country Park takes centre stage for outdoor theatre this summer
The season starts with Immersion Theatre’s production of Alice in Wonderland at 6:00pm on Wednesday 24th July. Audiences can follow Alice and the White rabbit as they set off on a colourful, topsy-turvy adventure like no other and meet a host of outlandish characters along the way including the troublesome twins, the notorious Queen of […]
An eggs-citing event is happening at Bryngarw this Easter!
The annual Easter Egg Hunts will take place between 10am and 3pm on Saturday 20th April and Sunday 21st April and will involve a total of over 7,000 chocolate treats! The egg-cellent bilingual street performers from La La La Productions will be on hand to lead the sessions and guarantee lots of fun along the […]
Willmott Dixon digs deep to benefit Bryngarw Country Park
The new 50 metre tarmac footpath will replace the decommissioned bridge and provide safe, inclusive pedestrian access into the 113-acre park from the main Brynmenyn entrance, and two new marked crossing points. The work is expected to take around a week to complete, so there may be a little disruption around the area from 18 […]