Autumn Days Out In Wales
Our pick of the most awe-inspiring autumnal activities
Gift And Craft Fair
September 10–11, 24–25
Head to Llandudno Town Hall for this seasonal craft and gift fair and trawl the stalls for a variety of local goodies. The wares on offer will include homemade jewellery, aromatherapy oils, leather goods and handcrafted greetings cards.
Enjoy the remnants of a late summer glut and bring the whole family along to Plas Newydd Country House And Gardens for a celebration of jam. Work up an appetite exploring the elegant 18th century house and grounds then enjoy discounts on delicious local jars, plus sample specially products made with the sticky sweet stuff in the on site tearoom.
Now in its 21st year, the annual Apple Festival at Erddig is a weekend spectacular featuring over 140 varieties of local apple, cider tasting, apple press demonstrations, dancers and fun, fruity games for children.
Snapped-Up 3 Market
An afternoon of monster-themed activities as part of the Cardiff Design Festival, taking place in The Printhaus Workshops. Have a go at printing your own monster motif T-shirts, posters and bags, plus comedian Dan Mitchell will be on hand to assist children with beastly mask-making fun.
Wild Woodland Activities
Prepare to get muddy as you join the Pembrokshire Coast National Park Rangers for an exploration of nature and wildlife within the woods at the Colby Woodland Garden. Indoor crafting activities will also be on offer for creative types.
Llandudno Fireworks Display
A spectacular pyrotechnic display over the bay of Llandudno to mark this years Guy Fawkes’ Night celebrations. Wrap up warm and bring a flask of hot chocolate for a dazzling family night out.
For more fun family days out see our pick of the best Hallowe'en happenings in Wales
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