During the Easter holidays we were excited to visit the Gower Heritage Centre in Swansea. We had a jam packed day, especially as there was an Easter event going on….
We visited the museum area first, then went onto the small farm area which had some lovely chickens roaming about. There was a ‘square’ area that contained lots of tables and chairs, a bar, a café, some vintage games and a Punch and Judy puppet show.
The only negatives we felt were the price of food – we paid £7.99 for Welsh Rarebit which is basically cheese on toast, and the climbing frame was really challenging and big even for our 7 year old.
However, you are welcome to take a packed lunch which we highly recommend.
The Easter event was fantastic and the lady who played Alice was amazing, so motivated and made it so much fun for the kids. The event was Alice in Wonderland themed with special arts and crafts sessions (at an extra cost – on average £2.50 per activity), tea and games with Alice and the Mad Hatter.
The tea with Alice and the Mad Hatter included free sandwiches, squash and cakes – amazing. The biscuit decorating was also free.
A great day out – we highly recommend. It cost approximately £7 per person for entry so great value for money.
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