5 More Family Friendly Ideas for Visiting Mid Wales….
If you missed our last blog article on the ”Top 5 Quick Tips for visiting Mid Wales with Kids‘ you can find it by clicking here. But since it was so well received, we thought we’d add 5 more different activities you can find in this unspoilt part of Wales.
Judging by the beaming smiles and stories of ‘roped and ‘non roped’ trekking… they clearly had great fun and loved every second of the woodland trek underneath the circling Red Kites from the nearby Gigrin Farm Red Kite Centre. Certainly one to recommend to horse lovers in the family!
Near to Capel Bangor, the butterfly house was inspired by the rainforests of Colombia, Borneo and Nigeria and is full to the rafters with butterflies and rare species of planets….. and bearing in mind some butterfly’s only live for a few days (or upto a year), it’s a great place to discuss ‘science in action‘
A fantastic chance to descend 675 steps down alongside the waterfall, past the robbers cave before making you way back to grab a locally made ice cream at the top
⦿ Gigrin Farm Red Kite Centre
An opportunity to see Red Kite preservation at first hand in their own environment.. even feed them!
⦿ CAT (Centre for Alternative Technology)
Over 50+ interesting ‘green solutions’ exsist at CAT’s education and visitor centre to try and demonstrate practical solutions for sustainability.
An underground adventure with your very own boatman to discover more about Wales epic legends and dragons!
Take a peek into the world of bees and see just how amazing they are! See the ‘Behind the Bees’ exhibition, visit the tea room or grab a beeswax candle to take home after your trip!