Activities with Children in mid Wales
We often get asked about what to do with children in mid Wales. Much of the time little ones are happy cycling around the campsite, jumping into the lake and building dens in the woods - but there are some great local places to visit and activities to do with your children if the weather turns or you just fancy getting out and about.
Ian, Jessie and Buddy set off on an adventure to explore Hafren Forest and admire the magnificent Clywedog Resevoir on Sunday. See the photos!
Dan yr Ogof Caves are the national show caves of Wales, but it is so much more than that.
This popular arts centre and cinema is located in Builth Wells, just 4 miles from Fforest Fields.
Visitors step back in time to 1645 and are welcoming into the manor by the costumed servants who follow the traditional domestic and farming rhythms of life in the countryside.
Discover exotic plants and butterflies in the stunning Rheidol Valley. There is a myriad of free-flying, tropical butterflies, giant insects, caterpillars and marine exhibits.
The Hay Festival of Literature & Arts is fantastic event held in late May early June every year in the small town of Hay-on-Wye. Hay-on-Wye was already well known as a haven for book lovers before the festival, with a range of second hand book shops stocked to the ceilings.