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The Cowbridge Physic Garden Trust (CPGT) have recreated a physic garden in Cowbridge, on the site of an area that was once part of Old Hall, the home of the Edmondes family from the eighteenth to the twentieth century.
The museum has a great many collections on offer, including the 49th Reconnaisance Regiment formed in 1941, Samtampa Disaster 1947, Railways, The Great War exhibition, archaeological finds and records from local churches.
There is plenty to see and do for all the family at the Welsh Hawking Centre. Set in 20 acres of scenic parkland where you can get very close to over 200 birds of prey. These can be photographed in the mews and at the flying field.
An important Norman stronghold rebuilt in the 14th century, forming part of the three castles of Ogmore, Newcastle and Coity.
The Amelia Trust is a Care Farm set on 160 acres of countryside in the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan.
Cosmeston offers a fine introduction into the countryside and is open all year round. The park has been designed to enable people of all abilities to discover and enjoy the countryside found within the Vale of Glamorgan.
The Cardiff Road Train offers a unique view of Cardiff Bay and the Bristol Channel from the famous Cardiff Bay Barrage!
Come and see some magical theatre with your children this season. Each show will be followed by a free interactive workshop which everyone can take part in. Be sure to pick up your Free Children’s Theatre Passport and get it stamped.
A carriage tour along the dramatic coastline of the Vale of Glamorgan's heritage coast.
Barry's first park to be awarded the prestigious Green Flag Award
Victoria Park is a classic historic park tucked away in Cadoxton on the eastern side of Barry.
The Paget Rooms, a historic theatre in the heart of Penarth, built in the early part of the 20th century, is a Grade II listed building managed by Penarth Town Council. As the town’s public hall, it is used for a variety of local and touri
Newton is the most easterly beach at Porthcawl and is a ten minute walk from the picturesque village of Newton.
A quieter beach near Porthcawl, popular with locals and surfers, with golden sand edged by a rocky shoreline.
Ffotogallery is the national development agency for photography and lens-based media in Wales. The gallery has an ongoing programme of temporary exhibitions, talks and workshops at the exquisite Grade I listed Turner House Gallery.
Standing above the Bristol Channel is the imposing St Donats Castle, which is the longest continually inhabited castle in Wales.
Smugglers Cove Adventure Golf course is located on the fantastic Barry Island promenade. Fun for all ages in this Pirate themed adventure golf course - 12 holes of mini golf set in between lakes , waterfalls, rock gardens and pirates.
Substantial remains of a Norman stone-built castle, raised by the de Londres family. The initial earthwork castle was established by William de Londres, soon after 1100.
It is thought that the Normans built their original keep on the remains of Caer Dynnaf an iron age hillfort located to the west. The castle is now in the care of Cadw and the stone remains are well worth a visit.
Medieval manor house, modified during the Tudor period, including a magnificently carved Renaissance porch.
Sker Beach is the most westerly of Porthcawl's beaches and is only accessible by walking from Rest Bay or the Kenfig National Nature Reserve.