Attractions for category: Wales

  • Heatherton Country Sports Park
     

    Heatherton Country Sports Park

    Heatherton Country Sports Park has something for all the family to enjoy. It is extremely popular with visitors and is unique in the huge number of activities it has to offer. If family fun is […]

     
     
  • GreenWood Forest Park
     

    GreenWood Forest Park

    Greenwood Forest Park is the place to go if you want the ultimate family adventure. A day there promises to be spectacular! Why not start the day off with the Green Dragon Coaster, which will […]

     
     
  • Great Orme Tramway
     

    Great Orme Tramway

    Opened in 1902, Great Orme Tramway has been an extremely popular attraction. It was and still remains the only cable-hauled tramway working on public British Roads. It was a real engineering feat back in its […]

     
     
  • Gelli Aur Country Park
     

    Gelli Aur Country Park

    Situated in the beautiful Towy Valley, Gelli Aur consists of 60 acres of wooded parkland. At its centre lies a mansion complete with battlemented portico and crow stepped gables. This building is not open to […]

     
     
  • Erddig Hall
     

    Erddig Hall

    Built between 1684 and 1687, Erdigg Hall was voted Britain’s second finest stately home in 2007. Consisting of 300 years worth of Yorke family history, it is hardly surprising that Erddig is so popular with […]

     
     
  • Cwmcarn Forest
     

    Cwmcarn Forest

    If you want a good dose of fresh air and to immerse yourself in stunning countryside, Cwmarn Forest is the place to be. There is so much to get stuck into at Cwmcarn that it […]

     
     
  • Craig-y-Nos Country Park
     

    Craig-y-Nos Country Park

    Situated in the stunning grounds of the Victorian Crag-y-Nos Castle, the Craig-y-Nos Country Park is a haven of tranquillity for local wildlife and offers a spectacular day out for visitors. Its 40acres are criss-crossed by […]

     
     
  • Craft in the Bay
     

    Craft in the Bay

    Set in a unique Victorian maritime warehouse, Craft in the Bay shares an establishment with the Makers Guild in Wales. This is one of Cardiff Bay’s must-see attractions and is extremely popular with visitors. The […]