3. Cefn Mably Farm ParkPlanning to visit a farm this Easter then why not take a trip to Cefn Mably Farm Park iin Cardiff. Bring your budding little farmers here to get up and close to a large variety of animals. So many activities to do including feeding the animals, playing on the pedal tractors and pony rides. There is even a 6000 sq feet fun indoor play centre if the kids want to let off a bit of steam.
A visit to Cefn Mably Farm Park provides an increasingly rare opportunity to meet and interact with a large variety of friendly farm animals in any weather and at any time if the year.
Our park was created with children in mind and provides lots of opportunities for them to observe the animals closely in an enjoyable and safe manner.//www.cefnmablyfarmpark.com/html/cefnmablyfarmpark_dailyactivities.html 4. Cardiff Castle Bring your little knights and princesses here to this medieval castle and Victorian Gothic revival mansion in the middle of Cardiff mansion. The interiors are dramatic, they were designed by eccentric William Burges, each room is rich with murals, stained glass, gilding and superb craftsmanship. New attractions include the opening of Wartime Shelters, showing how the castle tunnels were used as a place of refuge during the Second World War. Grab one of the free audio guides or catch one of the free guided tours of the Wartimes Shelters or Norman Keep. The children will love the Stay and Play area with lots of hands-on art and craft activities, puppet theatre and child sized costumes. There is a family trail booklet full of quizzes and questions to keep them occupied too. 5. The Cardiff Story A fun and free museum with interactive galleries, discover the history of Cardiff through the eyes of the people who created it. See how Cardiff was transformed from a small market town in the 1300s to one of the worlds largest ports by the 1900’s. With Cardiff in Context, City Lab, City Show Case and temporary exhibitions there is plenty to see. The museum, in the beautiful and historic Old Library building, is rich in stories, objects, photographs and film telling the history of Cardiff through the eyes of those who created the city – its people.