Set in the greenery of Pembrokeshire Castell Henllys is the only place you can walk among Iron Age roundhouse just like they would have stood all those 2000 years ago.
Picton Castle and Gardens is Pembrokeshire’s finest stately home nestled in forty acres of some of the most picturesque woodland gardens and grounds in West Wales and it offers a magical day out for all the family.
Dinefwr is a National Nature Reserve, which is also home to a historic house and 18th-century landscape park, enclosing a medieval deer park and Castle.
Visit the Boathouse where Dylan Thomas the famous poet, writer and broadcaster lived in Laugharne for the last four years of his tragically short life.
Aberglasney is one of Wales’ finest gardens which your family can enjoy exploring, with more than 10 acres of magnificent gardens.
The Norwood Gardens in Carmarthenshire cover approximately 3 acres and were started in 2003.
Cae Hir Gardens is a late twentieth century garden set in Ceredigion, which has been envisaged, designed, created and maintained by just one man – Dutch born Wil Akkermans, using only traditional hand tools (apart from a mower).
Llanerchaeron is an eighteenth-century Welsh estate in Ceredigion on the River Aeron with walled gardens. The house was designed and built for Colonel William Lewis by John Nash in the early part of his career.
Visit Aberdulais Tin Works and Waterfall to discover how a small village in the Welsh valleys used cutting edge technologies to harness an ice age landscape and breath-taking waterfalls, to shape the industries that changed the world.