Abergavenny Museum and Castle
Located in the grounds of the ruined castle you will find Abergavenny museum. It is a beautiful location where you can enjoy a picnic during the summer and a brisk walk on colder days. You can also have a perfect view of the Blorenge Mountain.
Black Mountains Falconry Centre
A wonderful day out for all generations, experiencing something unique. Become up close and personal with the tame birds of prey, before watching them fly around the scenic countryside.
Pontypool and Blaenavon Railway
A 2 mile long, heritage railway set in the heart of a World Heritage Site on the edge of the Brecon Beacons. Taking you from the Whistle Inn public house, known for its collection of miners’ lamps all the way to Blaenavon and the Big Pit National Coal Museum.
Wales Millennium Centre
The national arts centre of wales provides entertainment for all members of the family. Whether it is a love for opera, ballet, theatre performances – the list goes on! The Millennium centre will leave you all in high spirits.
Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal
The Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal is a hidden gem, full of wildlife. You can walk, cycle or even take a canal ride down the river where horsedrawn carriages used to go. Explore the beautiful countryside and discover the peaceful surroundings.
Wye Valley and Forest of Dean
Located in the heart of the countryside, the unspoilt area has a lot to offer. Whether you go for the activities, castles or to visit the butterfly farm. It is also surrounded by plenty of restaurants so you can have a bite to eat while exploring.