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Places to go and things to do

Pembroke Castle
Pembroke Castle

Pembroke Castle was built in 1701 by Roger Montgomery who was the cousin of William The Conquerer and is perfectly located on the banks of the River Cleddau in South Wales. Picture Perfect The Castle is an impressive stronghold that has stayed largely undamaged by the rigours of battle. The exterior is a picture perfect [...]

Barry Island
Barry Island

Embodying the spirit of the Welsh Capital, Barry Island is an ideal place for a fun filled family day out! Natural Best For an active experience of the Island, start at the railway station and stroll along the 2 mile walk along the promenade and out to the secluded beauty of Jackson’s bay. The walk [...]

Gypsy Wood Park
Gypsy Wood Park

Gypsy Wood is a place of fairies and frivolity, of toys and tales and of play and playfulness. Come here to delight and enthral your young children in the shadows of magnificent Snowdonia. Woodland Wildlife The wood is home to Shetland ponies, miniature goats and small Mediterranean donkeys – all perfectly proportioned for children’s eyes! [...]

Felinwynt Rainforest & Butterfly Centre
Felinwynt Rainforest & Butterfly Centre

Felinwynt Rainforest & Butterfly Centre is a day out with a difference. Normally only found in tropical rainforests, you can see beautiful butterflies in Cardigan Bay on the West coast of Wales! Star Attraction The centre offers many attractions with a tropical house at its centre. In this tropical house your children can have fun spotting [...]

Snowdon Mountain Railway
Snowdon Mountain Railway

Visit the highest mountain in the UK outside of Scotland and take in the glorious pure air and stunning scenery – no climbing required as Britain’s only rack-and-pinion railway does the hard work for you and takes you all the way up the mountain! Snowdon History Snowdon has long been the scene of human exploitation, [...]

Llandudno
Llandudno

Llandudno, on the North coast of Wales, boasts a magnificent horseshoe shape bay, sweeping promenade and wide sandy beaches. It’s the kind of old-fashioned beach from a time before the kiss-me-quick image of the British seaside reared its head. Head to Llandudno for a great day out with all the family! Victorian Elegance Wales’ largest [...]

Centre for Alternative Technology
Centre for Alternative Technology

The Centre for Alternative Technology (C.A.T.) declares that it aims to “inspire, inform, and enable’ people to live more sustainably” and it certainly doesn’t disappoint! Inspire and Motivate In the environmentally aware world we live in today children are more likely to scold their parents for leaving the TV on standby and using high energy [...]

Cwmcarn Forest Drive
Cwmcarn Forest Drive

The one way road that forms the Cwmcarn Forest Drive has been specially designed by the Forestry Commission of Wales to maximise the views from the car and, on a clear day, you can see as far as the Mendips across the Bristol Channel! Knolls and Hills The drive, although just 7 miles long, packs [...]

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