There is SO much to do in the Vale of Glamorgan, here are just a few of the great things we recommend!

 

Top FREE things to do in the Vale of Glamorgan


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Top Activities in the Vale of Glamorgan

  • Super Car Driving Experience, Llandow

    Experience the thrill of driving an Aston Martin DB9, Audi R8, Ferrari 430, Lamborghini Gallardo, Maserati Gran Turismo or Porsche 911 around Llandow Circuit, right next door to our park!
    Packages available for as little as £15, with a minimum age limit of just 12 years old!
    Fantastic fun!

    Visit the Llandow Circuit website for more information


  • St Donats Castle

    A stunning medieval castle castle with its own Arts Centre which often runs fantastic workshops for kids.


  • Dyffryn Gardens

    National Trust, grade I gardens with lawns and an extensive arboretum with fun events for all the family.


  • Horse Ride on the beach

    An experience of a lifetime, riding a pony along Ogmore beach! Check out Ogmore Farm Riding Centre


  • Go Karting

    South Wales Karting Centre is situated right next door to the park, this circuit has karts for hire for anyone over the age of 8! Loads of fun!


  • Paint Balling

    Near the park is Taskforce Paintballing – fun for the energetic (and brave!!) families staying on the park.


  • Techniquest

    Possibly the greatest place to take kids on a wet day. This interactive science museum is fun for all ages! See their website here.


  • Surfing

    How about learning to surf in the Vale? Book a lesson with Southerndown Surf School.

 

Here are some other great things to do within 30 minutes of our park!

Castles

 


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 Places to Visit


Shopping


For more information about the Vale of Glamorgan visit: http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/southeast/sites/valeofglamorgan/ http://www.valeofglamorgan.gov.uk http://www.gardenofcardiff.com/ http://www.visitwales.co.uk/glamorgan http://www.llantwitmajorvale.co.uk/  http://www.cowbridgetown.co.uk/ http://www.visitcardiff.com/