It’s that horrible, wet and windy time of year. However, South Wales has a lot to offer, even when it’s raining. There are plenty of fun things to do, cool places to see, and interesting attractions that are must-visits. Here you can discover our pick of the best things to do when it’s pouring down in South Wales.
Just because it’s raining, it doesn’t mean you can’t have a good time. So, forget moping around indoors and instead, get over the wet weather and do something that’s not weather dependant, such as indoor go karting!
Whip your way around the 400 metre track in a 200cc car alongside friends or family and experience non-stop fun. With hairpin turns and sweeping wide bends, this race tracking is a thrilling challenge for even the most experienced go karters! If you’re new to the racing track then fear not, you’ll soon be racing like the pros.
Book go karting at Cardiff’s TeamSport and you’ll be in for an adrenaline-fuelled day out.
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Situated in Brecon is the National Showcaves Centre for Wales, one of the largest cave systems in Europe. There are three caves to discover, Dan yr Ogof Cave, Cathedral Cave and Bone Cave.
Each cave is very different, each offering a unique underground experience. And that’s not all, the popular tourist attraction is also home to a Dinosaur park, Iron Age Farm, museum and more. You’ll have to go along for yourself to discover what else this amazing cave complex has to offer.
Voted “Britain’s Finest Natural Wonder”, The National Showcaves Centre for Wales makes for a great day out. You won’t be disappointed by the spectacular sights here.
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Have fun whilst getting fit at a trampoline park. Cardiff is home to two, Go Air and Infinity, which goes to show that the US-wide craze has taken the Welsh capital by storm!
All ages will enjoy letting loose, be it bouncing around aimlessly on the interconnecting trampolines, showing off with somersaults or competing at dodgeball. Trampolining is a brilliant way to effortlessly take part in exercise; it doesn’t feel like a chore when it’s so entertaining!
So, when it’s raining cats and dogs , head to a trampoline park for sessions of endless fun.
You’ll be bouncing back for more, we’re certain of that!
When the weather is bad, a day of shopping comes on the agenda, right? And in Cardiff’s prestigious St David’s Shopping Centre is an indoor mini golf attraction, fancy that! So, when you get bored of window shopping or trying on clothes, you can head to this epic, mini golf adventure.
With two themed 18-hole golf courses to choose from in a rainforest setting, this isn’t your ordinary mini golf attraction. In fact, we’re pretty sure you’ll travel to the city centre just to play a round of golf at Treetop Adventure Golf, a unique leisure attraction in the capital city.
Be sure to head to this indoor adventure golf course. If you get a hole in one at the end, you’re entitled to a free game for next time! You’d better practice putting.
These fantastic activities and attractions will practically be on your doorstep in Cardiff. If you’d like to move to the Welsh capital then don’t let the rain put you off! As you can see, South Wales is more than just wet weather.
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