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FUN FOR THE FAMILY THIS HALF TERM IN CARDIFF
Cardiff is a top destination for kids and adults alike. Whether you are looking for something for the little ones, or young children and teens, our capital is ready to deliver exciting half-term memories! Check out our hand selected top suggestions below.
Add a Black Tower Tales tour to your Castle Key or admission ticket and enjoy the immersive, audio visual, family attraction that tells the story of local Welsh Hero Llywelyn Bren and his battle against the oppressive Sheriff of Glamorgan.
The popular Summer of Smiles festival has moved indoors! Located in St. David’s – next to the Apple Store – the Child Friendly Cardiff Pop-up space will be a place to hang-out, have some fun and grow.
The ultimate entertainment destination combining big screen movies with bowling, arcades and a selection of restaurants.
An epic mini golf jungle-themed adventure with two 18-hole courses, coffee, tropical drinks and tasty jungle grub.
The UK’s largest centre based on the urban parkour and freerunning movement, Fluidity host open sessions 7 days a week, for those aged 8 and over.
Put your puzzle solving abilities to the test by taking on the challenge of solving the clues you need to escape from one of the many themed rooms at Cardiff’s largest escape room venue.
Visit one of the opens sessions at this climbing and bouldering centre and see how far you can climb, with sessions for all abilities.
The UK’s longest-established science centre, with a mission to embed science in Welsh culture through interactive engagement within its iconic Cardiff Bay building. Plus catch its Bubbles and Blasts show exclusively over half term.
9. MERMAID QUAY
A stone throw from Techniquest, Cardiff’s waterfront destination has a selection of restaurant and dining options, whether you’re craving pub food favourites, a hearty burger, stonebaked pizza, some pan-Asian cuisine or the taste of South America, you’ll find something for everyone.
10. EVERYMAN CINEMA
Find Everyman down at Mermaid Quay, this is cinema but not as you know it, watch the latest blockbusters or indie films, in comfy sofa seating and a menu featuring Spielburgers, hand roll pizzas and classic ice cream sundaes.
For even more to do check out our guide to Cardiff for families.
As there’s so much to do in the capital, we understand you might need a few days to pack everything in – so take a look at the range of hotels in the city to make your Cardiff holiday. We know you’ll have a great time exploring over the half-term break, so feel free to tag us in your adventures using #VisitCardiff.