Family friendly breaks in Pembrokeshire
In Pembrokeshire, you can time travel back to a prehistoric age at Castell Henllys Iron Age fort, where you can dress up as a Celtic warrior, war paint and all, then ambush a rival tribe or learn to wield a sword like a medieval knight at Pembroke or Carew castle.
Coming right back into the 21st century, you can cover yourself head to foot in camouflage gear and zap your friends and family with lasers at Battlefield LIVE or hurl yourself around a go-kart track at Carew or West Wales Karting and Heatherton.
For little ones, and big ones, it has to be Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo or Manor House Wildlife Park. Adventure playgrounds; up close animal encounters with lemurs; eye to eye with a giraffe and a vintage funfair. Guaranteed fun.
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Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort
Situated in the rugged north Pembrokeshire landscape, Castell Henllys is a reconstructed Iron Age hill fort. Archaeological excavation of the site has enabled the National Park Authority to realistically reproduce life as it was over 2000 years ago.
Coastal Foraging with Craig Evans
Craig takes walks along the coasts of Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire and finds ingredients to cook up a feast right there and then – proving there are rich culinary pickings on the beach, from mussels to plants and crabs.
Colby Woodland Garden
Colby’s hidden wooded valley is full of surprises. Spring brings carpets of bluebells, crocuses, and daffodils, then swathes of camellias, rhododendrons and azaleas, followed by hydrangeas and the summer wildflowers. Enjoy shady woodland walks, the wildflower meadow and colourful walled garden in summer, and the marvellous colours of acers, dogwoods and sweet-gum in autumn.