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Big Pit National Coal Museum
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Pontcysyllte Aqueduct
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Tintern Abbey
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Wales Coastal Path St Davids
However far you walk around the St Davids Peninsula, you are always guaranteed superb sea views, beautiful scenery, wonderful flora, plenty of wildlife, birds, in season seals, small coves, great beaches, history.
Whether you nibble at this trek over time or feast on it in one go, the views and sights of the coast will fascinate you - really wonderful coastline.
Gower Peninsula Swansea
... from huge golden sandy beaches to rugged cliffs; medieval churches to Neolithic standing stones; vast open spaces with stupendous views to ancient woodlands full of celandine, bluebell and ramsons (wild garlic).
We had the perfect crisp autumn day and Rhossili beach along with sheep resting along the dunes, the beautiful sea and the view from the end of the peninsula make for a spectacular day.
Cary Alpacas Yeovil 61.7 km away
Big Pit National Coal Museum Blaenavon
Superb experience and its free.Went during snow but it was great with nice view.Thanks to the ex miner who was our tour guide with great stories and explanation.With miners hat and light and going down mine underg...
I highly recommend a visit.The site also has an exhibition area with audiovisual material and a shop with useful teaching materials as well as souvenirs of Wales.Thanks again Peter !
The Hall at Abbey-Cwm-Hir Llandrindod Wells
The gardens are magical, with every possible childhood fantasy dotted throughout the woodlands (gypsy caravans, beach huts, pirate camps) and beautifully laid out formal gardens with breathtaking views across the...
Our first visit was with a group from our retirement club, and we enjoyed it so much that we decided to return with two friends to view the house with its Christmas decorations.
Folly Farm Begelly
Great day out for the family, plenty to do inside or out depending on the weather, animal attractions are wide ranging and very interesting, the new entrance and shop area is easier to access and exit the site too ,
There are farm animals to pet, wild animals, including lions, giraffes, rhinoceros to look at, an old fashioned steam fair with rides, a big wheel, themed play areas, picnic sites, a comfortable coffee shop, burge...
Pembroke Castle Pembroke
Great sights from the top and lifelike wax models were excellent!! Would definitely recommend for a great day out, a beautiful castle with friendly staff and great coffee and cake!!
Brilliant for Adults and Children to Explore Loved every minute Beautiful views for photographs definitely worth a visit
Manorafon Farm Park Abergele
Fantastic camp site and farm park.
And picnic tables so you can bring lunch and eat it on site.
Valley of the Rocks Lynmouth 54.4 km away
Breathtaking scenery and views and paths wide enough to ascend at your own pace - if you are in the area you just have to park up and wander round.. awe-inspiring views!
Lovely walk fantastic views recommended for a peaceful afternoon walk we walked from lynmouth to the valley of the rocks a lovely walk on this sunny windy day
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct Wrexham
Wonderful views walking over aqueduct, path a little narrow something to think about if you have little ones but there is a walk you can do to view the aqueduct and walk along the River Dee....well worth a visit!
I am lucky enough to live very close to this outstanding place the views are incredible the aqueduct is now a world heritage site and really well worth a visit there is ample parking space and lovely tea rooms rig...
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Plas Mawr Conwy
... is a walk actually and is a lovely castle and wall walk), Caernarfon Castle, Beaumaris Castle and Harlech Castle with various extra trips around for sites such as Valle Crucis and the burial mounds on Ynys Mon.
The views from the observation tower are truly to behold and well worth the climb, the window overlooking the castle gives a fantastic view...take your camera!
Llyn Coastal Path Pwllheli
We did a full-day round trip along the coast from Aberdaron, with fantastic views of the cliffs and the Bardsey island... Just park you car on the local parking lot near the beach and go for it!
wonderful views and hidden beaches and coves - very exposed in windy weather but you can watch boats and wildlife.
Dylan Thomas Birth Place Swansea
It was poignant to wander through the rooms Dylan had occupied for the first and probably most productive 23 years of his life and to look out at the magnificent view over Mumbles.
Absolutely, if you visit one of the two Dylan Thomas sites, you should go to the birthplace in Swansea.
Glastonbury Tor Glastonbury 50.2 km away
We were blessed with great weather but that only added to the wonderful experience of climbing the Tor and taking in the views...kids loved it, adults loved it and the dog loved it.
Always great to walk up the Tor amazing views and great history, just one of many things to do in Glastonbury.
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Dyfed Shire Horse Farm Eglwyswrw
There's also a lovely little cafe on site with a magnificent selection of cakes, soups and drinks, and a small shop area to buy souvenirs.
If you visit on a clear day the views of the Preseli Hills behind the farm are really impressive.
Great Orme Llandudno
copper mines, tramway, cable car, toboggan, pub, historic church, road around it (has been used for WRC) visitor centre, golf, summit complex, gardens, rare flowers and butterflies, amazing views to snowdonia and...
Fantastic place, the drive round the out side gives some amazing views along the coast, you can spend hours up on the orme if you want to, with the summit shop / cafe and the church with its amazing head stones in...
Great Orme Copper Mine Llandudno
... dogs throughout including the self guided tour, a really helpful film at the start, then a self guided tour with hard hat around sometimes narrow, always interesting pathways with views of the various caverns.
While walking around the summit of the Great Orme, we chanced on the Copper Mines, the largest prehistoric mining complex in the world, found when the council were examining the site with a view to making a new ca...
Tenby Lifeboat Station Tenby
One of the best lifeboat stations we have visited, good views of the lifeboat and fascinating interactive video showing all aspects of the work done by these amazing volunteers.
Enjoyed our visit, lots of fact boards and videos to give extra on-site into the history of Tenby Lifeboats and the very impressive new life boat well worth a visit when in Tenby
Wilkins Cider Farm Wedmore 40.1 km away
We called in, sampled the various dry/sweet/medium barrel fresh ciders and were very appy!!!-there you only pay for what you buy, on - site consumption is free (magic!) and you are in the presence of a family trad...
Amazing cider, views, people and atmosphere.
St. Margaret's Chapel & Magdalene Almshouses Glastonbury 49.2 km away
This is a delightful site - free and interesting and peaceful.
Being a relatively small site, half an hour is ample to view the premises.
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The Holy Well and Chapel of St Trillo Rhos-on-Sea
It's old, easy to get to, with great views over the sea, and everyone seems to respect the desire of visitors for a bit of peace and quiet and time to think.
This tiny 6th century chapel actually on a built on a pre-Christian Celtic Holy site and fresh water well - which is under a wooden trap door in the floor Light a candle and say a prayer for the world... Try and m...
Anglesey Circuit - Trac Mon Aberffraw
Anglesey Circuit is unique in the U.K. Stunning views across to Snowdonia and The Llŷn Peninsula make for a stunning backdrop for any photograph.
Where do I start ,it was an amazing day,Paul had the four super car experience, staff were very helpful, instructors professional, there is a lovely cafe on site for refreshments if needed, overall would highly re...
Wills Memorial Building Bristol 40.0 km away
Outstanding insight to the History of the Building, delivered by Students who make the tour fun and interesting -topped off with the best views in Bristol, a must if visiting for a short break
Fascinating tour of parts of the Wills Building as well as the Tower and Great George (bell): history of the university, surrounding architecture etc. Extra special on a clear view day.
St Govan's Chapel Stackpole
wow is what I can say, going down the steep steps and more steps til you reach the chapel... wonderful views and right on the cliff, its just amazingly beautiful in its own right.
A gorgeous little chapel with imagined hermits home in a beautiful secluded spot hidden from view of the land.
Clifton Suspension Bridge Bristol 38.3 km away
If you're coming to Bristol you must visit this lasting monument to one of the greatest Britons Free to walk across Amazing amazing views Visitors centre on the Leigh woods side and sometimes a free tour on a Sund...
A Fantastic Easter Sunday well worth a visit stunning Views great ice cream van there if anyone was unsure to visit this beautiful landmark GO it's really beautiful people we met very friendly
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Newport Transporter Bridge Newport
This bridge is an outstanding piece of construction and is well worth a visit!! It’s a steep climb up but the view is fab and walking over is so much fun!
Views from the bridge are fantastic, on a great day you can see the millennium stadium, the two Severn crossings and flat Holm and steep Holm!
Castell Dinas Bran Llangollen
The 360-degree views are marvellous, looking up to the Horseshoe Pass and the soaring limestone cliffs of the Eglwyseg Rocks, across to the Berwyn Mountains, and along the Vale of Llangollen, with the town nestlin...
Fabulous views over the vale of llangollen quite steep climb but easily do able can stop and rest on way up but well worth the effort
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St. Davids Cathedral St Davids
These together with St David's shrine (now beautifully restored) and the tomb of Edmund Tudor, founder of the great dynasty and grandfather to Henry VIII, make the cathedral a superlative site to visit and worthy...
What a stunning place with fabulous views of this beautiful cathedral, st David's is a really beautiful little place to come and visit the cathedral is simple breathtaking really enjoyed are visit
Blaenavon Ironworks Blaenavon
Absolutely blown away, wonderful cottages, views, staff and its FREE !! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
It was great to be able to wander in and out of the different cottages from each era and there was even a shop .The whole site was free to enter which made for a great day out.
Lily Ponds Bosherston
Went for a walk around the lily ponds (out of season), then onto Broad Haven beach - what a beautiful place, tranquil, accessible easy walking, lovely views and interesting wildlife.
What a beautiful NT site with a great walk through some beautiful lakes gardens which brings you out onto the Broadhaven South Beach.