Visit Dyfed Shires and meet these gentle giants on a traditional Welsh working farm at Wales's only dedicated Shire Horse Farm visitor attraction.
The Coach House gallery of original contemporary paintings, photography, prints and drawings, changing each month and often accompanied by Artist in Residence days, talks and demonstrations.
Small World Theatre regularly host activities and events for young and old, inluding puppetry, dance, caberet and theatre performances with a focus on arts & sustainability, health and well-being.
Llanerchaeron is an elegant Georgian villa owned by the National Trust, set in the wooded Aeron valley. This self-sufficient estate includes a farm, walled gardens and lake.
The Coach House museum is in the grounds of St Dogmaels Abbey. The CADW designed museum exhibition allows the visitor to experience nearly 2000 years of Christian settlement at this site.
The history of Castell Henlys hill fort is vividly brought to life by costumed guides who represent members of the Demetae tribe, which lived in this corner of Wales before, during and after the Roman invasion
Unlock the story of the Cardigan Castle, the people who lived there, & how it became the birthplace of Wales' biggest cultural festival, the Eisteddfod. Explore the medieval walls & Castle remains.
Immerse yourself in a gin tasting experience at In the Welsh Wind Distillery and discover a world of craft gin. Sample fine spirits from some of Wales' smallest distilleries, curated to widen your gin experience.
Sculpture Heaven gardens, with its galleries, workshop & tearoom, will be of interest to those who appreciate art as much as those who enjoy visiting gardens.
Cae Hir's gloriously natural feel is punctuated by innovative formal features, a bonsai collection, stone & slatework, covering 5 acres of hillside rounded off by a meandering stream and water garden
See natural bee nests hanging from branches & inside hollow logs. See bees flying in & out with their loads of pollen & nectar. Watch the bees interact with each other, share food & communicate using dances.
Melin Teifi's workshop at the National Wool Museum, once the centre of a thriving woollen industry. Follow the process from fleece to fabric and wonder at the national collection of flat textiles.
Mwldan presents a diverse and eclectic professional programme of national & international artistic activity across a wide range of artforms, including drama, music, dance, film, literature, opera, visual & applied arts
Teifi Valley Railway, situated between Newcastle Emlyn and Llandysul, has a 2ft (610mm) narrow gauge railway, miniature railway, cafe, indoor & outdoor play areas, crazy golf & quoits
Uncover nearly 800 years of history at the magnificent Cilgerran Castle. This striking 13th-century fortress is perched overlooking the spectacular Teifi Gorge.
The Gwili Railway is a standard gauge steam railway running alongside 4 miles of the River Gwili between Bronwydd Arms, Abergwili Junction and Danycoed, passing through farmland & wooded hillsides
The Welsh Birds of Prey Centre offers a half-day falconry experience, including general information about birds of prey, handling techniques and flying a bird of prey to the gloved fist.
Engines are run in the Internal Fire Museum of Power every day with a variety of sounds and smells that are eye opening to those who don't remember and evocative of a previous life to those who do.
Explore nature trails at The Welsh Wildlife Centre on foot or two wheels, play in the adventure playground, discover the willow maze, meet resident water buffalo and the friendly giant willow badger.