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  • There are lots of things to do for all ages. You can browse the calendar below or use our event search.

  • Our Box Office is currently operating between 10am - 4.00pm Monday to Friday. Please call us on 07387 233055 or 07387233052 if you need to contact us. These are mobile numbers and will be charged at your suppliers standard rate.

    The Brangwyn is one of the principal cultural locations in Swansea, housing the Brangwyn Hall panels, also known as the British Empire Panels.

    It is regularly used for weddings, functions, award ceremonies and events and concerts - you can buy your tickets online for many events (a small booking fee applies).

    The Guildhall was opened on 23 October 1934, and has played a central role in the lives of the people of Swansea ever since.  It has functioned as the focal point of local government and justice and is the centre of civic ceremony.

  • Find out more with our A-Z parks and nature reserves.

    Use our parks search to find your nearest play areas or sports facilities (including tennis courts, skate ramps, playing fields and cricket pitches), or if you're specifically looking for flat/accessible routes.

    There is also Swansea Prom, which runs the length of Swansea Bay from the city centre to Mumbles, and offers a flat accessible surface for everyone to enjoy. Along the way, you will find Singleton Park complete with boating lake and crazy golf, Blackpill Lido, and Southend Gardens in Mumbles with tennis courts and crazy golf. The Swansea Bayrider land train runs between Blackpill Lido and Southend Gardens during the summer months and Easter holidays - check the times before you travel.

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