Easter events in South West Wales

Visitors exploring Rhossili, Gower, Swansea

Prepare for adventures aplenty as our special places spring to life with nature trails fit for budding explorers.

Mother and daughter exploring the estate at Dinefwr, Carmarthenshire

Dinefwr, Carmarthenshire 

Have you seen the portrait of Henrietta and the hare at Newton House? The hare has decided to enjoy the delights of spring at Dinefwr and we need your help to find him. Grab your explorer boots and trace his hops by seeing how he may be celebrating nature’s awakening in the 800 acre estate, followed by some active storytelling in the house.

Young visitor exploring Colby Woodland Garden, Amroth, Pembrokeshire

Colby Woodland Garden, Pembrokeshire 

Keen adventurers wanted for the Colby explorer trail over the Easter holidays. A hidden wooded valley full of surprises, it’s the perfect place for heritage hunting and natural play. Trek through the woodland and search for resident wildlife as you tackle the trail to receive a victory prize.

Pet lamb feeding at Llanerchaeron

Llanerchaeron, Ceredigion 

How many of Llanerchaeron’s fun filled activities will you be able to complete over the Easter holidays? With walled gardens, an ornamental lake, parkland and a working farm all on this self-sufficient estate, it is the perfect place to enjoy wild activities and get close to the joys of nature during spring.

Group of visitors preparing to go into the Dolaucothi Gold Mines, Llanwrda, Carmarthenshire

Dolaucothi Gold Mines, Carmarthenshire 

Have a natter with nature as you follow Dolaucothi Gold Mines’ hands on discovery trail over the Easter holidays, spotting signs of the estate waking from its long winter slumber. Discover all about the underground habitat, the sounds of the trees and join nature’s conversation for poetry please, a free space to sing, shout and be at one with nature.

Visitors enjoying the interactive displays at Aberdulais Falls, Neath Port Talbot

Aberdulais, Neath 

Are you looking for an archaeological adventure? Head over to Aberdulais where with its roaring waterfall, we will be discovering why Aberdulais Rocks. Discover the clues to the past of this beautiful landscape beneath your feet with a geology exhibition and fun, filled trail.

Visitors exploring Rhossili, Gower, Swansea

Rhossili, Gower 

With spring’s arrival, creatures great and small rise from their slumber. Join the celebration of wildlife at Rhossili by following a fun filled trail, discovering all of the hidden treasures that lie within the Vile. So brush up on your explorer skills and head out on a coastal adventure.

A family walking the footpath at Southwood Farm

Southwood Farm, Pembrokeshire 

Pick up a spring ID guide and see which resident flora and fauna you can identify over the Easter holidays at Southwood Farm. Use your investigative skills for this self-guided nature trail and experience a feast for the senses as plants and wildlife enjoy the spring awakening.

A young girl writing at the desk in the first floor hall at Tudor Merchant's House, Tenby, Pembrokeshire

Tudor Merchant's House, Tenby 

Time travel back to the 15th century and head to Tudor Merchant’s House over the Easter holidays to uncover the fascinating history and heritage of this tucked away house in Tenby. Everything might be waking up for the spring but get your night caps at the ready as you discover the fascinating sleeping habits of the Tudors at the Tudor Merchant’s House.

Visitors enjoying a Cadbury Easter egg hunt at Stackpole, Pembrokeshire

Stackpole, Pembrokeshire 

On selected dates throughout the Easter holidays, you will be able to embark on Stackpole’s special springtime adventures. From on afternoon of garlic cooking with our head ranger, Mr Garlick, and a special Easter weekend safari at Broad Haven South beach, you will be able to plan your perfect Pembrokeshire family day out.