Looking for things to do in Wales? In a country as diverse as this, the one thing you can be sure of is that you won’t be short of options.
Part of Edward I's Iron Ring, this important castle is acknowledged as a World Heritage Site
Dominating the local bay, this 13th-century castle also has stunning views as far as Snowdonia and Harlech
A hidden delight, this less well known castle is well worth a visit
There aren't many places where you can combine the magic of fairies with the charm of animals and the rugged wilderness of 20 acres of beautiful natural woodland… but here at Gypsy Wood Park, that's just what we do, which is why we are one of Wales' best kept secrets. Gypsy Wood Park is...
Hangar 5 Trampoline park is a new and exciting place to visit for all the family, they offer unrivalled fun, fitness, games, a large airbag for doing tricks on, dodgeball court for playing one of the most fun and energetic games, slam-dunk rings, punch bags, hard standing box to spin and twist onto.
Legendary Welsh castle, designated a World Heritage Site, to be found in an awe-inspiring location
The scene of many dramatic battles with the English, this is a fine example of how medieval castles developed
Discover the privileged world of the medieval bishops of Wales in these ruins
A photogenic castle waiting to be discovered at a location famous for other reasons
Situated in lovely surroundings, a fine example of 17th century religious architecture