Penllergare Valley Woods is a 250-acre country park designed by John Llewelyn, a 19th-century scientific pioneer. Llewelyn designed the Penllergare estate with varied trees, shrubs and exotic plants. He dammed the River Llan; he also created a waterfall and series of lakes. After Llewelyns death, the estate fell into disrepair and was abandoned for 150 years. Today, garden restorers and volunteers are working to reclaim this historic landscape and return it to its Victorian glory. Extensive renovation efforts, for example, are underway to recreate the terrace gardens, de-silt the lake and unearth the exotic plants.
Look for the Observatory - one of the first photos of the moon was taken here - or spot masses of bluebells in the spring. You could also enjoy the a leisurely stroll along the carriage drive and down the gorge to the cascading waterfall. Or how about checking out the parkland and the lake? With any luck youll spy kingfishers, buzzards and red kites.
For more outdoor activities, explore the rock pools at Caswell Bay or watch the waves crashing at Llangennith Beach.
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