Top places where kids will enjoy in Cardigan

Here's a list of Top places where kids will enjoy in Cardigan recommended by our experts:

Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park

Gwbert, Cardigan, Ceredigion, West Wales, SA43 1PR
Phone: 01239 623637

Opening times: 18th March - 30th October 2013 10am - 6pm daily Re-opening 26th March 2014 This unique Farm Park is superbly located on a stunningly scenic ... more

$ 4 average cost

Mwnt Beach

Cardigan, Wales
Phone: NA

Mwnt is best known for its popular beach. The Daily Mail placed Mwnt top of its list of "Europe's top ten loveliest hidden beaches".The beach has earned a ... more

Poppit Sands Beach

Poppit Sands, Cardigan, Wales
Phone: NA

The delightfully named Poppit Sands is as charming a beach as its name suggests. With its clean shallow sand and extensive dunes it is the ideal location to ... more

Internal Fire Museum Of Power

Castell Pridd Tanygroes Ceredigion Wales SA43 2JS , Cardigan
Phone: 01239 811212

The Internal Fire Museum is a small museum dedicated to the history of the internal combustion engine in industry over the last 100 years. The collection covers... more

$ 6 average cost

Cardigan Castle

Cadwgan Building Preservation Trust Ty Canol, 1-3 Pendre, Cardigan SA4...
Phone: 01239 615131

The Castle that can be seen today was erected in Cardigan itself in the 1100, by Gilbert de Clare and if he had have realised what trouble this was to cause, he... more

Cardigan Golf Club

Gwbert, Abertifi Cardigan, Ceredigion. SA431PR
Phone: 01239 621775

Cardigan Golf Club is a special place to play golf. You will enjoy a memorable and testing round of golf, surrounded by stunning sea views including the ... more

$ 37 average cost

Cardigan Bay

Cardigan Bay (Welsh: Bae Ceredigion) is a large inlet of the Irish Sea, indenting the west coast of Wales between Bardsey Island, Gwynedd in the north, and ... more

The Guildhall

The Guildhall, Cardigan, Wales
Phone: 44+1239615554

These prominent buildings were commissioned in 1856 by Cardigan Borough Council, and built in what is now recognised as Ruskinian Gothic Style. The buildings ... more