An extremely popular urban park.
Steeped in local history, the park has the honour of being Swansea's first informal then formal park. Dating back to 1872 it is of national interest through its Grade II listing by Cadw's Register of Parks and Gardens of Historic Interest. At a local level the park developed alongside the early growth of Swansea for which its reservoir supplied domestic water, and was an important part of the active life of the city residents for whom the park has always been a special place. The recent awarding of a £1.3 million Heritage Lottery grant has enabled the park to be lovingly restored to its former glory.
- Bowling green
- Children's play area
- Brynmill Park Community Centre
Brynmill Park is accessible to all disability groups.
From Oystermouth Road (A4067) heading westbound, turn right onto Brynmill Lane. Go straight over the mini roundabout and take the second right onto Park Place and first left onto Oakwood Road. The park is on the left hand side.
Postcode - SA2 0JQ