Hooray for Half-Term!

C 17th May 2019


Limber up for summer and enjoy a hard-earned half-term break in Swansea Bay!


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If your family love the sand between their toes then look no further than our award-winning and family friendly bays – lovely Langland, cosy Caswell and pretty Port Eynon have got masses of sand, rockpools and handy cafes with shops nearby – perfect for a fuss free day at the beach!

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The water’s warming up and this could be just the time to wiggle into a wetsuit and try something new – anyone for surfing, stand-up paddleboarding or kayaking? But if you don’t have any water babies in the family, there’s still plenty to do on dry land – from horse-riding and archery, to quad-biking and a tree-top climbing adventure!

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Got a grey day? Then take it indoors to one of our museums to get hands on with our heritage or pop into Plantasia for meerkat mayhem!  For an adrenalin rush try the LC’s water park Masterblaster ride or go indoor karting.

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Then there’s some great events for crafters, foodies and walkers – and most are child-friendly – discover puppet making, making a self-portrait or learning why some creatures are not so ‘creepy’ after all!

Here’s a quick half-term event round-up!

Oystermouth Castle:

25th May, Creepy Creatures

29th May, Crafty Fun for Children

Gower Heritage Centre:

25th May – 2nd June, Hero Half Term

26th – 27th May, Gower Good Food Festival

National Waterfront Museum:

 25th May – 1st June, Half Term Fun

 Gower Walking Festival:

1st – 9th June, Gower Walking Festival



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