Things to do and see when on holiday in Wales
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Milford Waterfront

Here at Milford Waterfront, we’re building a future upon our history and creating a vibrant waterfront destination to welcome the world! Milford Waterfront is a great place for a day out! With boutique shopping, leisurely coffees with a great view, delicious food at one of the many cafés or ...read more

Hilton Court Gardens and Craft Centre

Welcome to Hilton Court, one of Pembrokeshire's best keep secrets. Situated in 12 acres of outstanding beauty, in the National Coastal Park to the west of Haverfordwest. There has been a residence listed here from at least 1323, when a Walter de Hilton was in residence. Visitors are drawn to the ...read more

Sculptureheaven

The magical sculpture gardens at Sculptureheaven reveal not only a Titan Labyrinth and an Angel House surrounded by a large pond but a beautiful rowan grove, lawns, flowerbeds and a working vegetable garden and orchard. Sculptureheaven aims to make traditional and original sculpture accessible to ...read more

Oriel y Parc

Oriel y Parc is a striking, award-winning ‘green’ building, worth visiting in its own right. Owned and managed by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, Oriel y Parc includes a Visitor Centre, Artist in Residence Studio, a Discovery Room, which hosts family friendly art and nature ...read more

National Wool Museum

The National Wool Museum is housed in the former Cambrian Mills in the village of Dre-fach Felindre which used to be the centre of a thriving woollen industry. Visit the restored listed mill buildings and see the historic machinery. Families can have fun following the specially designed trail, 'A ...read more

Solva Woollen Mill

Solva Woollen Mill is one of the hidden treasures of Pembrokeshire, a delightful family-run woollen mill 1 mile along the valley from Solva. The mill has been on this site in Middle Mill for over 100 years, where the water from the River Solfach powered the looms to weave woollen rugs, blankets and ...read more

Glyn-Coch Craft Centre

Glyn-Coch is a very small farm that also provides space for a pottery (in which visitors can have a go at making or decorating pots), a craft shop, tearoom, and various museum collections. Our fields a grazed by rare Norfolk Horn sheep, which are associated with the Flemish weavers who founded the ...read more

Machinations

Just east of Machynlleth in Llanbrynmair, this unique visitor centre is open all year with something for everyone whatever age, interest or need. Machinations is the only permanent exhibition of contemporary Automata (mechanical moving models) in Britain. The hands-on interactive moving model ...read more

The Coach House

The Coach House is the visitors’ centre of the historic St Dogmaels Abbey. St Dogmael (or St Dogfael) is believed to have lived in the sixth century, but almost nothing is known about him. Dogmael was reputed to have been a cousin of St David. Even less is known of 'the ancient church of St ...read more

The Creative Cafe

The Creative Café is a paint-your-own pottery studio with a difference - where YOU can be the artist... whether you're artistic or not! Come and create your very own ceramic masterpiece in either of our two studios in Narberth and Haverfordwest. We also have a studio in St Davids which is ...read more

Outdoor Watercolour Painting Workshop

Take home with you the outdoors of Pembrokeshire with a 3 hour Outdoor Watercolour Painting Workshop. Flexible, weather permitting and FUN! The choice is yours. Open to novices, amateurs and arts professionals. Materials and equipment are provided Join me, visual artist Rachel Busby for a fun ...read more

Pembrokeshire Candle Centre

The Pembrokeshire Candle Centre, Cilgwyn, was started 36 years ago and is now one of the prime visitor attractions in North Pembrokeshire. In the workshop you can see hand-dipped candles being made without any mechanical aids. These beautiful candles are created with unique graded colours and ...read more

Corris Craft Centre

Traditional wooden toys, jewellery, pottery, leatherware, hand decorated cards, candles, glassware, rustic furniture and herbal lotions and remedies are all made at the Craft Centre. Come along and see the Craftspeople at work and find some really inspiring products. Also, have a go at making your ...read more

The Queens Hall Narberth

The Queens Hall occupies a prominent position in the High Street of Narberth, a bustling Pembrokeshire market town, with a conveniently situated large car park adjacent to the hall. The Queens Hall Narberth is a charity run by a small team of trustees as a community run complex, ideal for ...read more

The Jen Jones Welsh Quilt Centre

The Jen Jones Welsh Quilt Centre opened in Lampeter Town Hall in 2009 to celebrate the Welsh Quilt and to promote a wider understanding of the importance of this regional art form. Opening hours: 11.00-4.30 Tues to Sat At the Jen Jones Welsh Quilt Centre, you can also enjoy: • ...read more

Gwili Pottery

Gwili has been creating domestic pottery for over 25 years, and has a wide variety of different shapes in around 30 designs. From vases and plates to jugs and lamp bases, each piece has the unique feel of an artwork because every item is hand-thrown and hand-painted. As such, there will be some ...read more

The Lovespoon Workshop

The Lovespoon Workshop was opened in 1975 and is a family business providing an opportunity to learn about the Welsh lovespoon tradition. The woodcarver and his son use their skills to hand carve spoons in a variety of different woods. Talks and demonstrations are given providing an insight ...read more

Snail Trail Handweavers

Visit Snail Trail Handweavers and see our exclusive handwoven floor rugs in colourful patterns of original design. We also have individual wall hangings, silk scarves, cushions and more. We welcome commissions and can match or complement your colour schemes. We also run courses in weaving, ...read more

Welsh Blankets

Jane Beck at Welsh Blankets has an extensive knowledge of the Welsh woollen Industry for Welsh Blankets and Welsh Quilts, living on the borders of Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire, an area well known for its commercialisation of the Wool Trade. Jane has a personal collection of treasured ...read more

Jonathan Cox Ceramics

Jonathan creates his vibrant ceramics in an idyllic valley just three miles north of Carmarthen, moving there from Staffordshire with his family. Visitors can now discover a varied collection of work on display in his studio including vases, bowls, lamp bases and plaques along with a range of ...read more
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