12th September 2016 by

Posted in Pembrokeshire, Wales

Pembrokeshire’s Top Days Out

Plan Your Day Out

Pembrokeshire is a fantastic place to holiday; Here is our five top favourite places to visit whilst you’re in the county.
Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo
This multi award-winning day out is much more than just a farm. With exotic animals including giraffes, rhinos, penguins and even lions, as well as exhilarating rides, performances and of course the farm itself, there is so much to do and see at Folly Farm that you won’t squeeze it all in in one visit. Located close to Tenby. Folly Farm has plenty to offer whatever the weather with six fun-filled amusement activity zones both indoors and out. A family holiday in Pembrokeshire is not complete without a visit to see the ever-growing collection of animals and attractions. Visitors can even try their hand at milking a cow and during spring feed the lambs.
Celtic Coasteering
If you really want to get to know the Pembrokeshire coast, this is best way to do it. From cliff jumping and climbing, to swimming and scaling as well as getting an unbeatable chance to get up close with the local wildlife (seals, crabs, dolphins and a range of fish to mention just a few). Celtic Quest Coasteering will encourage you to be daring, whilst ensuring you are safe at all times. Boasting an impressive collection of awards including Best Visitor Experience in Wales. Celtic Quest Coasteering will meet you at the breathtakingly beautiful Abereiddy Bay. This activity is suitable for all ages and disabled friendly, there is something for everyone. CQC is one of the best Pembrokeshire Activites for adrenaline junkies, water lovers and nature enthusiasts alike.
Battlefield Live
Are you ready for an authentic combat entertainment experience? Get your team together, receive your mission objectives from your Commanding Officer and get ready to go into battle using sophisticated gaming guns. Catering to small groups or up to 300 players, Battlefield Live offers an exhilarating and realistic military simulation experience. Take down your opponents with an accurate shot from realistic laser guns and be sure to keep yourself out of line of enemy fire to avoid getting eliminated. Battlefield live is perfect if you have a competitive streak, thrive under pressure, or love a bit of adrenaline. There is nothing else like this in Pembrokeshire – It’s like being part of your own action movie.
Heatherton
Heatherton activity and theme park has an impressive collection of activities and attractions for all personalities and abilities. It doesn’t matter if want to try super-fun zorbing, fancy yourself a good aim at archery or would rather a spot of crazy golf, Heatherton has it all. Located just outside of Tenby with ample parking, Heatherton’s free admission offers a pick-n-mix pricing structure, with you only paying for the activities you play. Family friendly and with a great café and soft-play area, this is the perfect place to make a day of it. The popular high-ropes course takes you on an elevated adventure including some great zip lining and the massive hedge maze is sure to leave you dizzy.
Pembroke Castle
A chance to immerse you in the Pembrokeshire history, Pembroke Castle, the birthplace of Henry VII is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. On your visit you can explore the labyrinth of passageways and towers, take in the views from the 75ft high Great Keep or relax at the café and wonder at the history around you. Now a popular venue for big names such as Jamie Lawson and Jools Holland, Pembroke Castle has more than just an incredible history to offer. Guided tours are available or you are welcome to wander and explore at your own pace. With exciting activites for kids and a wealth of information available, you can’t go wrong with this age old Pembrokeshire attraction.