Attractions in Cardiff
FLAT HOLM ISLAND
Flat Holm has been a sanctuary for monks since the Dark Ages, and has since been a refuge for Vikings and Anglo-Saxons, a home for pirates, smugglers and lead miners, and a hospital for cholera victims. It was fortified in Victorian times and also...
Heath Park, King George V Drive, Cardiff, CF14 4EP
Cardiff's most popular park still retains a classic Victorian atmosphere and boasts a wide variety of facilities. Roath Park is full of historic and horticultural interest, with widely diverse environments across the park. A 30 acre lake is formed...
Fonmon, Barry, South Glamorgan, CF62 3ZN
Medieval castle in lovely walled gardens. Still lived in as a home but open to the public for visits and tours.
ST. FAGAN'S CASTLE
Cardiff, CF5 6XB
At the Museum of Welsh Life, St Fagan's is located four miles west of Cardiff, Glamorgan, off the A4232. Formal gardens, borders, a knot-garden, terraces, lakes, and roses.
BRECON BEACONS NATIONAL PARK
Plas y Ffynnon, Cambrian Way, Brecon, Powys, LD3 7HP
There is something for everyone here at the Brecon Beacons National Park - whether you are a fitness fanatic or just up for a gentle stroll, someone wanting the thrills of mountain challenges or just the rewards of getting out into the fresh air. ...
GREENMEADOW COMMUNITY FARM
Greenforge Way, Cwmbran, NP44 5AJ
Just four miles from the M4, this is one of Wales' leading farm attractions - milking demonstrations, tractor and trailer rides, dragon adventure play area, farm trail and lots more. Phone for details of lambing weekends, shearing, county fair