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Kids Days Out In Monmouthshire

Kids days out in Monmouthshire for families, things to do and school trips.
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Kids Days Out History at Llancaiach Fawr Manor
  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check
  • Offers: Consessions available - please visit the website for details

Llancaiach Fawr Manor

Llancaiach Fawr Manor House - a great place to learn about life in centuries past

Come and explore the spooky Llancaiach Fawr Manor House and learn about life in the 17th century.
 

All Creatures Great and Small Animal Sanctuary
  • Free Attraction: Yes
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check

All Creatures Great and Small Animal Sanctuary

Help Us Help Them

Here at All Creatures Great and Small, we take in unwanted, abused and neglected animals and provide them with the highest standard of care.
 
Days out kids Gloucestershire
  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

International Centre for Birds of Prey - Newent

The International Centre for Birds of Prey.

For many years a specialist zoo of birds of prey dedicated to their conservation. Now back with its original owner.

Go Ape - England, Scotland and Wales
  • Free Attraction: No
  • Offers: See GO APE website for offers

Go Ape - England, Scotland and Wales

You need to Go Ape - tree top adventures. Special offers on our site!

Discounts on Go Ape Tree Top Adventures & Segway with 29 centres around the UK in some of Britains best forests.
 
Kids Days Out Monmouthshire
  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Caldicot Castle

Enjoy this historical Castle!

Medieval castle, beautiful parkland with plenty for children to do. Full programme of events throughout the year.

The Newport Ship
  • Free Attraction: Yes
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

The Newport Ship, Newport

Discover the Newport Medieval Ship for yourself

The Newport Medieval Ship, found in 2002, is the most complete surviving example of a ship from the 15th century and is of international importance. Find out more with a visit to the Ship Centre!