Info correct on 28th July 2020.
Bodnant Garden is open to a reduced number of visitors. You have to book an arrival slot online, quoting your National Trust membership number. Click here to book a slot.
Non members can buy tickets on the booking website.
If you just turn up without a booking, you will be turned away.
There is no booking fee.
You can stay in the garden as long as you want.
Bookings start on Fridays for the following week. The bookings fill up very quickly, and were full for the following week by late Friday afternoon in mid July.
Print your booking acknowledgement, or store it on your phone.
When you arrive, show your booking to the meeter and greeter, through your closed car window.
There were no further ticket formalities during my visit.
Park your vehicle as usual.
The toilets and the garden centre were open.
Cafes and the craft shops were closed. This may change.
The Old Mill was closed.
Most of the garden was open with a one-way route.
Some narrow or slippery paths were roped off.
Social distancing was working well during my visit, and signposting was very good.
The garden looked as lovely as usual, well worth a visit!
Many thanks to all at Bodnant Garden.
I took these pictures during my visit. I arrived at 9.30am and left at 11.30am, by which time the garden was getting quite busy.
Compiled by Peter McFadden firstname.lastname@example.org