Activities around Pembrokeshire

Wildlife in Pembrokeshire

wildlife in pembrokeshire

At the Welsh Wildlife Centre in Pembrokeshire we have many ways to enable you to enjoy the nature reserve, including seasonal guides, guided tours, walking and trail maps, tip sheets, activities like pond dipping, listening to bats. Link

National Park in Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire coast national park

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is a special place and needs careful management to look after it for everyone to enjoy, now and in the future. At the Park Authority we’re charged with keeping the Park special. Link

Castles in Pembrokeshire

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There are 51 forts and castles in Pembrokeshire including enormous stone fortresses like Pembroke Castle, Manorbier Castle and Carew Castle. There are Medieval walled towns of Tenby and Pembroke and fortified Bishops Palaces at St Davids and Lamphey. Link

Folly Farm


Adventure Park and Zoo, West Wales

Folly Farm CampsiteFolly Farm is a premier attraction in Pembrokeshire, west Wales and for 25 years has been creating fun family memories for thousands of families from across the UK. Once a humble family run dairy farm it has now become one of the most exciting places to visit in Wales. But what is there to do here?



The Jolly Barn and Farm

This area is home to some of the more traditional farm yard animals and of course the Follywood Country Park and Percy’s Piggery. Head to the newly extended Cwtch Corner where you and the kids can get hands-on with the animals with goat milking demonstrations, chick incubation and the Discovery Farmyard interactive educational exhibits.

Adventure Play

Has your little one always said that they want to be a pirate when they grow up or perhaps a builder? Well, whatever their tastes, Folly Farm can help their imagination run wild with the 7 different adventure play areas. And not to worry they’re not all outside – there is the Carousel Woods, a huge indoor play area for when it rains.

Vintage Funfair

It’s not all for kids either. Take a walk down memory lane and head over to the Vintage Funfair – it’s the largest undercover vintage funfair in Europe and we’re sure the grandparents will love it too!

Reminisce with the lovingly restored working rides and stalls such as the Golden Gallopers, Dodgems and of course the giant Big Wheel.

Folly Zoo

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The Folly Zoo is where our more exotic animals call home. Say hello to the endangered animals that are cared for here and if you book in advance you can get up-close and personal with a Zoo Keeper Experience.

Folly Farm is home to many interesting animals including penguins, monkeys, giraffes and as of 2014, lions! Summer 2014 is set to see the Pride of Pembrokeshire arrive with a family of African lions moving in to a brand new £500,000 purpose built enclosure. Hopefully it will be a roaring success!

If all of this is not enough, the park also has themed educational days, the chance to meet your favourite TC characters and much, much more. There is never a dull moment at Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo, it’s the place for family fun activities in Wales.


Free Activities around Pembrokeshire

Walking in Pembrokeshire

walking pembrokeshire

186 miles of walkers paradise on both headlands and pristine beaches with picturesque towns and villages like Tenby, St Davids and Solva en route. Most people walk a little bit at a time, coming back year after year to explore a bit more. If you want to do the whole lot, allow 15 days. Link

Beaches in Pembrokeshire

pembrokeshire beaches

No other country in Britain has more Blue Flag beaches or Seaside Award beaches than Pembrokeshire, with over 50 beaches to choose from, there's going to be one that's perfect for you, Whether you want surfing, kayaking or kite surfing, or just somewhere peaceful to relax, sunbathe and build sandcastles. Link

Castles in Pembrokeshire

discover pembrokeshire

There are 51 forts and castles in Pembrokeshire including enormous stone fortresses like Pembroke Castle, Manorbier Castle and Carew Castle. There are Medieval walled towns of Tenby and Pembroke and fortified Bishops Palaces at St Davids and Lamphey. Link


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