Fantastic Family Events In Wales This Easter

With Christmas And New Year Behind Us And Summer Still A Long Way Off, Easter Is A Great Time To Take A Break And Spend Some  Time With The Family. The fantastic team at our Hotel in South Wales have created this ultimate list of Egg-citing activities for the whole family to help you make the most of your Easter break…

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Legends Of Jurassic Rock At Raglan Castle

Step back in time to the stone age with Raglan Castle this Easter. With dinosaur walkabouts, caveman characters, a prehistoric trail, face painting and the chance to meet Tiny the dinosaur, there really is something for the whole family to enjoy.

Two Games Of Rugby In One Day At Principality Stadium

For sports loving families there is the record-breaking double derby spectacular this Easter. The derby is back for its fifth incarnation at Principality Stadium on Saturday, April 15. Don’t miss the chance to see Cardiff Blues v Ospreys and Newport Gwent Dragons v Scarlets all in one day!

Welsh Wildlife Trust Wetland Centre – Dusty’s GIANT Easter Duck Hunt

The Welsh Wildlife Trust Wetland Centre in Llanelli has lost its giant yellow ducks, and mascot Dusty Duck and needs you and your family to help him find them. You will need to work as a family and use your special detective skills to track down these cheeky birds and be in with a chance of winning a chocolate treat.

Hwyl At The National Botanic Garden

What better place to celebrate “Hwyl” (Fun) than at the National Botanic Gardens? On Wednesday 12th April the garden will be full of exciting indoor and outdoor activities suitable for children of all ages including music, dance, rugbytots, storytelling walks, pottery making and so much more.  All of this in addition to all of the usual things to do, so whatever the weather, there’ll be plenty of “Hwyl” at the Garden.

Treasure Trove Hunt At Tretower

Ever wanted to hunt for lost gold? Well here’s your chance. Round off your Easter weekend with a Bank Holiday treasure hunt at Tretower Court and Castle, which is only about a mile and half from Gliffaes. Explore the ruins of the 12th century castle, alongside the residential splendour of the 15th century court. Wherever you wander, you may be mere inches from the fabled Treasure Trove of Tretower, so keep your eyes peeled!

We hope this fun filled list of activities will help you find some new and exciting things to do in Wales this Easter. Need somewhere to stay after exploring the delights of Wales?

Look no further than Gliffaes Country House Hotel, one of the best hotels in Wales. If you would like any further information or to check availability please don’t hesitate to call us on 01874 730 371 or check availability online here.