Try out the Wales Coast Path app

All week, across Wales.

Tech and the great outdoors come together in the free Wales Coast Path app for the 870-mile Wales Coast Path. It uses augmented reality to bring the coast to life. Use it to uncover wondrous legends through interactive learning, play family-friendly games and wander paths to particular points of interest along the Welsh coast. Get some outside inspiration from the itineraries page on the Wales Coast Path website.

Cliff top path by the sea.
Borth Y Gest from above.
Oxwich Bay shoreline.

Wales Coast Path - Porth Ceiriad, Llŷn Peninsula, Borth y Gest near Porthmadog and Oxwich Bay, Gower

Eat for Wales at Gwledd Conwy Feast

25-27 October, Conwy, North Wales.

Gwledd Conwy Fest sees Wales’ largest celebration of music, art and food take over the medieval town of Conwy for the weekend. Everywhere from the quayside to the castle has something going on, so let your senses guide you around this annual event.

Welsh Museums Festival

25 October - 03 November 2020, museums all over Wales.

Make half-term amazing with a visit to one of our wonderful museums. Our annual Welsh Museums Festival has some fab events for all the family - including torch-lit night time adventures, arts and crafts workshops, behind-the-scenes tours and virtual reality experiences. Visit the Welsh Museum Festival's events page to find out what's happening near you!

Take a steam train ride

All over Wales.

Many of our heritage railways are running over half-term - some with extra super-spooky Halloween trains. Check out their respective websites for booking details and what's on. Something for all the family to enjoy!

Search for railways across Wales.

Experience the thrill of Oakwood

24-31 October, Oakwood Theme Park, Narberth, West Wales

Wales’ largest theme park always makes an effort at Halloween. This year’s spooky attractions include the return of Witch Hunt and new ways to scare you all!  The park is open til 7pm for late night rides in the dark. Eek. Check out the Oakwood Theme Park website for more event details.

Get scared at Silver Mountain

17 October - 01 November 2020, Silver Mountain Experience, Ponterwyd, Mid Wales

Dark, creepy underground mines and Halloween - what could be scarier? Head to the Silver Mountain Experience near Aberystwyth for some top Hallowe'en action. There's a great mixture of events depending on your 'prepared-to-be-scared' level - from not-so-scary fancy dress and 'Trick or Treat' trails to the terrifying 'Terror Mountain' for over 12s. 

Cadw's creepy castles

24 - 31 October 2020, various sites across Wales

Several Cadw sites are creating creepy Halloween trails to explore their castles and heritage buildings. Follow the trail, find the clues to solve the puzzle and win a prize. Normal admission fees apply - check out the Cadw events page for more information.

Castle towers silhouetted at sunset.

Conwy Castle, North Wales

There's plenty more happening across Wales during October - head to our October events page for more info.

Autumn leaves

Autumn leaves

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