THE finishing touches are being applied to a £900,000 restoration of one of Margam Park's most important historical features.
Work started in October last year on the grade two listed Citrus House.
It was used to grow some of the famous citrus tree collections that were displayed in the Orangery.
It deteriorated over time and had to be closed to the public a few years ago. But thanks to European funding it's back to its best again.
Council head of partnerships and community development Russell Ward said: "It's not quite finished.
"Contractors are putting the finishing touches but it is already looking really good."