Half term in North Wales is always fun. With adventures to be had at every turn, there's never a dull moment. Discover great free things to do and exciting new additions to North Wales’ attractions with our selection of half term days out!

Visit the new penguin chick at the Welsh Mountain Zoo

Cute, right? The Welsh Mountain Zoo has welcomed a host of new arrivals recently, including this adorable penguin chick and Budi, a Sumatran tiger who arrived last month.

Admission: Adult (+16 years) £12.10 Children (3-15 Years) £9.10 Family Ticket (2 Adults & 2 Children) £38.10

Ride SolarSplash at Greenwood Forest Park

The brand new Solar Splash opened last month and is quickly becoming one of the parks favourite rides amongst its visitors. Powered by solar energy, the ride is the first of its kind in the UK.

Admission: Adult (16 years+)  £13.95 Child (3-15 years)  £13.60

Discover Wales’ oldest lighthouse

Point of Ayr Lighthouse at Talacre Beach is Wales’ oldest lighthouse. Its stories are legendary, having closed in 1883 it continues to be a demanding figure on the beach. Ideal for exploring at low tide.

Admission: Free (no entrance to lighthouse)

Visit the first Festival of Gardens

Running this half term in North Wales is the Festival of Gardens. A new event which celebrates the regions unique and glorious gardens. Ideal for taking part in some kids activities or exploring the beautiful blooms.

Admission: Various among gardens, visit gardensnorthwales.co.uk for more information.




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