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Attractions - From Theme Parks to Castles

 Information Centres 
 National Park 
 Caldey Island 
 Oakwood Park 
 Folly Farm 
 Heatherton Park 
 Silent World 
 Manorbier Castle 
 Pembroke Castle 
 Carew Castle 
 Colby Woodland Garden
 Dinosaur Park 

A host of attractions make sure that there is no reason to get bored in Pembrokeshire. Have a look below at just some of the things to do and places to go - you won't be dissapointed. We also have listed the addresses of Pembrokeshire Tourist Information Centres for you.

Oakwood Theme Park

With Megafobia, voted the best wooden coaster in the world. Fun and entertainment for all ages. Hydro, The Bounce, Vertigo, and - new is Speed, 2000 feet of steel roller coaster built for speed and fun - which is just awesome!
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Heatherton Activity Leisure Park

Heatherton Activity Sports Park is open all year round. There’s something for everyone. Activities include archery, bumper boats, a driving range, go-karts, adventure golf, a maize maze, horse riding, paintballing and pistol shooting to name but a few.
>> click here for more information on Heatherton Activity Park

Pembroke Castle

Pembroke Castle is one of the most magnificant stone build Norman castles in Wales. The castle with it's impressive great tower (The Keep) and caves underneath is open all year.
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The Dinosaur Park

A day at the Dinosaur Park is fun for all the family. Come and walk with the dinosaurs on a mile long walk through ancient woodland, walk across swamps on the trail of our 29 prehistoric friends - Watch Out! Listen Up!
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Silent World Aquarium

Silent World is housed in an attractive 19th century chapel in interesting, if unusual surroundings. The Aquarium and Reptile Collection offers a fascinating view of all sorts of aquatic creatures.
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... about Pembrokeshire Greenways? Pembrokeshire Greenways is a local initiative dedicated to encourage local residents and visitors, of all abilities, to access the countryside by sustainable modes of transport through walking, cycling, bus and train travel.

To find out more about the initiative and how to get around the county with less impact on the environment click here to visit the website.

Folly Farm

Situated in the heart of Pembrokeshire, Folly Farm is one of the largest family attractions in Wales and offers a host of fun activities. Explore their website to find out about the hundreds of friendly animals, amazing vintage funfair, exotic children's zoo, shows, entertainment, refreshments and more ...
>> click here for more information on Folly Farm

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

This is Britain's only truly coastal national park. It's a spectacular landscape of rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, wooded estuaries and wild inland hills, and a place of sanctuary for wildlife.
>> click here for more information on the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Caldey Island

... is one of Britain's holy islands. The Cistercian monks of Caldey continue a tradition which began there in Celtic times. More than a thousand years of prayer and quiet living have made this remote and beautiful island a haven of tranquility and peace.
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