Quick Glance!





Most attractions have both indoor and outdoor picnic facilities. You can make a day out extra special by creating an exciting food hamper for you and your family. Picnics offer a great opportunity for children to try new foods and recipes. Click here to get five food and drink suggestions you can try along with some health tips to help you and the environment.


Bryn Euryn Local Nature Reserve

Grassland and woodland, a part of Special Scientific Interest

Wales Coastal Paths

A 870-mile walking route from Chepstow to Queens ferry

Craig-y-nos Country Park 

A 40-acre Victorian garden with woodlands, meadows and rivers

Llangors Lake 

Largest natural lake in Wales, within Brecon Beacons National Park

National Museum Cardiff 

Wales’s national art, geology and natural history collections

National Slate Museum 

Remarkable workshops and building exhibits from past to present

National Waterfront Museum

Vast exhibit of Industrial and Maritime Heritage in modern displays

National Wool Museum Wales

Sympathetically restored listed Mill and Historic Machinery

Segontium Roman Fort 

Auxiliary Roman fort remains, modified through to fourth century

Waterfalls Centre 

Waterfalls and remains of the gunpowder works and silica mines