Family attractions

Manor House Wildlife Park

This wildlife park was bought by TV star Anna Ryder Richardson in 2008 and is now one of the most innovative and immersing nature experiences around.  You are encouraged to interact with the animals including zebra’s, emus and wallabies as well as many different types of monkey.

The park is situated on the B4318 Sageston to Tenby Road at the edge of the floral village of St Florence, two miles from Tenby. www.manorhousewildlifepark.co.uk


Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo

This is one of the top visitor attractions in Wales and is a very enjoyable day out for all the family.  There are six fun filled amusement activity zones, some of which are undercover including farm animals, a vintage indoor funfair, an outdoor adventure park and carousel woods, an indoor adventure playground and a country park and zoo which is home to the only giraffes in Wales.

Folly Farm is off the A478 Tenby to Narberth Road.


The Dinosaur Park

Take a mile long walk through ancient woodland, on boardwalks across swamps on the trail of 30 prehistoric friends.  The fun lasts all day with and Astra Slide, 18-hole Adventure Golf, Off roaders Circuit, Super Jumper Trampolines, Sand Diggers, Jungle Climb, Pedal trucking, Disco Boats, Motorised Tractors and Orbiter Cars.

The Park is well signposted and situated on the B4318 at Gumfreston.


Silent World Aquarium

This is one of the few indoor visitor attractions in the area; the aquarium is truly fascinating and intriguing, housed in an attractive 19th century chapel of rest in peaceful and unusual surroundings.  Silent World is home to marine life from around the Pembrokeshire coast and also has exotic reptiles, amphibians and creepy crawlies

Located in Slippery Back on the Narberth Road in Tenby.


Carew Castle

This castle has a history spanning 2000 years.  It is set in a stunning location overlooking a 23 acre millpond; the castle displays the development from a Norman fortification to an Elizabethan country House.  This site includes an impressive 11th century Celtic Cross, the only restored Tidal Mill in Wales, a Medieval bridge and a picnic area all linked by a delightful mile round walk.

Located on the A4075, signposted off A477, 5 miles East of Pembroke.


Pembroke Castle

This is idyllically set on the banks of the river estuary, this fortress in largely intact, and its endless passages, tunnels and stairways are great fun to explore plus they have super exhibitions, which tell the tale of its medieval life.




Shearwater Safari Wildlife Adventure

Take a journey through time from the Stone Age to the Bronze Age on the ancient river valley formed two million years ago.  It isprotected from the West by the Dale peninsular and offers leisurely cruising in most weathers.

Shearwater Safari’s take trips from Milford Haven.

Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon is a fun filled sub tropical water park that guarantees thrilling aqua-adventures.  They have wild indoor waves, a lazy river, flumes to zoom down and water cannons.  Whilst the children have fun you can relax in the spa pool.  A truly enjoyable indoor attraction for all the family.

Located off to A40 at Canaston Bridge, 8 miles East of Haverfordwest.


Oakwood Theme Park

With over 30 rides and attractions, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Located off the A40 at Canaston Bridge, 8 miles East of Haverfordwest.


Canaston Bowl

An indoor family fun centre that’s open all year including Ten Pin Bowling, the Crystal Maze and a Game Zone.  There is a food counter and licensed bar to relax in before the next activity.

Canaston Bowl is located 200 metres from The Oakwood Theme Park entrance (see above)


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