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13 accessible family-friendly days out in Wales

Spring is finally here – make the most of the Easter holidays (15-29 April) and plan some egg-cellent accessible family-friendly days out with The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain, without having to break the bank.

The revamped The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain, now in its 11th year, offers days out reviews and details of physical access facilities as well as information for visitors with more hidden conditions such as autism and mental illness.

The guide includes reviews of over 180 UK venues perfect for all types of Easter adventures.

The top 13 most accessible attractions in Wales

1. RSPB Conwy Nature Reserve

View looking over estuary with Snowdonia in the distance. Credit: RSPB Conwy Nature Reserve

2. Llangollen

Llangollen town and the River Dee in North Wales the UK

3. Llangollen Wharf and Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

Image credit: Canal & River Trust

4. Snowdonia Scenic Drive

Credit: CalmingTraffic (YouTube)

5. Gigrin Farm

Credit: Gigrin Farm – The Red Kite Feeding Centre

6. Newport Parrog Coastal Trail

Credit: Visit Pembrokeshire

7. Celtic Quest Coasteering

Credit: Celtic Quest Coasteering

8. Brecon Canal Walk

Credit: Canal & River Trust

9. Garwnant Forest Visitor Centre

Credit: Dog Furiendly

10. Folly Farm

Facebook – Folly Farm

11. National Waterfront Museum

Image credit: National Waterfront Museum

12. Wales Millennium Centre


13. Principality Stadium Tours

Credit: Principality Stadium Tours

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