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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Y Stiwdio is an Arts and Sustainability hub in Hermon. We run a variety of events in our beautiful timber frame build that utilises sustainable building techniques. We exhibit local artists so pop in for a look around or see our website for the fabulous workshops we have to offer.
Owned by the same family since 1912, over 30 local people work at the mill and their products can be found in design-led shops and smart hotels, on film and TV. You can watch the weaving Mon to Fri and there is a mill shop, cafe and picnic area open 7 days a week.
Wild About Pembrokeshire!
Wild about Pembrokeshire! run by Julia Horton-Powdrill, offers wild food foraging walks and courses that will introduce you to ingredients and materials from the wild.
Saundersfoot Harbour is a bustling fishing and leisure harbour idyllically perched between the Blue Flag beaches of Saundersfoot and Coppet Hall, and the dog-friendly Glen Beach and Swallow Tree Cove. Home to the Wales International Coastal Centre, there’s plenty to do from shopping and heritage to crabbing and water sports.
A delightful all-weather attraction set in the heart of Pembrokeshire. Click here to learn more!
Oakwood Theme Park
At Oakwood, you can enjoy a jam-packed day out with rollercoasters, rides and attractions for all ages.
The Torch Theatre is a modern and vibrant centre for the arts which prides itself on extending a warm Pembrokeshire welcome to all visitors. The Torch Theatre is Pembrokeshire’s only professional theatre venue and arts complex with an extensive programme of live events including work from their resident company as well as the latest cinema listings,[...]
An enormous oval castle, mostly surrounded by a serene mill pond. Extensively restored in Victorian times, it’s dominated by the complex gatehouse on the outside and the huge circular keep.
Dyfed Shire Horse Farm
A fun day out for all the family. Shire horses, sheep, pigs, donkeys & llamas. Daily timetable of activities including, horse cart rides, tractor trailer tour & horse harnessing demonstrations.
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.
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Toot toot! Fasten your seatbelts, because the best way to experience the Pembrokeshire coastline is here
Caldey Abbey is the home of Cistercian Monks who farm this tiny island off the coast of Tenby and make the famous Caldey Island perfume and chocolate.