Places to Visit in Wales
Below are just a small selection of some of the places to visit in Wales.
I have included places to visit that are suitable for a family with children
Please note opening times and any admission charges I have stated may not be up to date
Beautiful lily ponds in Pembrokeshire with great walks and near a beach
Historic Cathedral Town with canal boat trips and river walks.
Mountains of Brecon National park
Ride in one of the "Great little Trains of Wales" Ok for the children
Forest centre with walk trails, wonderful scenic views and wildlife
The Capital city of Wales
Caerleon the site of one of Britain's three permanent Roman Legionary Fortresses.
County Town of Carmarthenshire ideal shopping centre for visitors to the area
Pretty little thatched cottage village Nr Bridgend Glamorgan and
sand dunes for the kids
Riverside village with waterfalls and an old watermill
Drive along a forest track with picnic areas. Ok for children
Dan-yr-Ogof Caves is an experience you will never forget.
Elan valley dams are situated a few miles from the small town of Rhayader, Powys,in an area of outstanding beauty.
If you're looking for a fun day out for all the family, whatever the weather, then look no further...with six fun-filled zones there's something for everyone
Famous for its bookshops, Hay is situated on the Welsh border..
Llancaiach Fawr Manor fine example of a semi-fortified 16th Century manor house in Wales
Famous Victorian Spa Town, worth a visit during the August festival...
Waterfalls in a wooded valley
Near Brecon is the second largest natural lake in Wales, rich in plant and wildlife
Museum of Welsh life,hard to describe in one line, see the page.
The Rhondda Heritage Park based at the former Lewis Merthyr Colliery,
Trehafod, is one of the top heritage and cultural visitor attractions in
Great fun for the family, at the U.Ks largest science discovery centre.
Ruins of 12th century Abbey on the banks of the River Wye, Nice pub too!
Country mansion and parkand near Newport
Pontypridd is a busy market town which is located at the confluence of the
Rivers Taff and Rhondda. Park and Shopping Centre
Cardiff Bay is home to a number of attractions such as Techniquest Science Discovery Centre - ideal for all the family
Kenfig is one of the most important sites in Britain for nature conservation. Sand Dunes
Adventure playground in the forest in the Brecon Beacons National Park
The small town where Dylan Thomas lived and is now buried
Haverfordwest the county town of Pembrokeshire,
Visitors can soak up Wales and Swansea's history
in a listed waterfront warehouse
Animal park near Tenby
This is the first location of the National Museum of Wales, officially opened in 1927.
Experience a real-life railway in operation and learn about the history of railways in Barry and beyond.
Historical Market town in the Vale of Glamorgan