Okay, we admit it. It rainy day occasionally. Less than you think, and not everywhere, but it does, sometimes. Luckily, we’re experts at the ‘If wet, Plan B’, with plenty of great things to do at a range of indoor attractions.

Indoor attractions and things to do on rainy day in Wales…….

1. Anglesey Sea Zoo – Rainy Day

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Angelsey’s top all-weather attraction is a great way to spend a few hours with the kids. The small, cute residents – baby lobsters, sea horses and wobbly invertebrates – are just as memorable as the big, scary, sharky ones.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT THE WEB SITE :

http://www.angleseyseazoo.co.uk/

2. Bluestone & Blue Lagoon Water Park

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Pembrokeshire’s five-star holiday village Bluestone, comes with lots of all-weather attractions, notably the Blue Lagoon water park, with its indoor wave machine, a rapids river ride and two enclosed flume rides. And when the sun comes back out, it’s right next door to the mighty Oakwood theme park.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT THE WEB SITE :

http://www.bluelagoonwales.com/

3. Hay Festival

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The world’s greatest gathering of international writers and thinkers is set in a compact tented village with covered boardwalks, so even the heaviest shower – it chucked it down on the opening weekend in 2012 – doesn’t make the slightest difference. (The sun came out for the rest of the week, we hasten to add…)

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT THE WEB SITE :

 https://www.hayfestival.com/

4. Creative Cafe

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This paint-your-own pottery studio has three outposts in Pembrokeshire, in which budding artists can get creative with all kind of ceramics, and use their own fingerprint to make what is the last word in personalised silver jewellery.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT THE WEB SITE :

 http://www.creativecafe.ca/

5. Pistill Rhaeadr Waterfall

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This wonder of Wales is at its spectacular best when swollen with Rainy Day. It’s not quite the tallest waterfall in Wales – that honour goes to the Devil’s Appendix in Snowdonia – but for sheer beauty, and ease of access (there’s a car park and café at its base) this is a winner.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT THE WEB SITE :

 http://www.pistyllrhaeadr.co.uk/

6. Llechwedd Slate Caverns

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The tour guide to this huge abandoned slate mine is the ‘ghost’ of 12-year Sion, one of children who worked in these 25 miles of tunnels 170 years ago. It’s all rather awe-inspiring, and just the thing to bring up when your own children ask for another iPhone upgrade.

BOOK YOUR HOTEL AS PLAN YOUR HOLIDAY

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FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT THE WEB SITE :

 http://www.llechwedd-slate-caverns.co.uk/

7. Ruthin Gaol

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Ruthin Goal, Denbighshire, North Wales Borderlands. Okay, who said it always Rainy Day in Wales? Go immediately to prison – specifically, this original Victorian slammer, which vividly shows the harsh conditions in which prisoners lived, worked, ate, were punished – and in the case of one unfortunate resident, hanged.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT THE WEB SITE :

 https://www.denbighshire.gov.uk/

8. Plantasia

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This tropical haven of plants and animals is set in a giant hothouse pyramid in the heart of Swansea. It has over 5,000 exotic plants, ranging from rare specimens to the more familiar pineapples and bananas, and a menagerie of insects, reptiles, fish and monkeys.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT THE WEB SITE :

 http://www.visitplantasia.co.uk/

9. National Showcaves Centre, Wales

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The astounding caves at Dan yr Ogof are the perfect wet-weather attraction, formed, ironically, by Rainy Day slowly dissolving the limestone to form these gigantic caverns. There’s also an indoor playbarn for younger children.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT THE WEB SITE :

http://www.showcaves.co.uk/

10. Pili Palas

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Steamy environment of lush vegetation and waterfalls has free-flying butterflies flitting all around. There are also birds, reptiles, creepy-crawlies, a family of meerkats, and an indoor play area for toddlers.

http://www.pilipalas.co.uk/

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Have A Nice Theme Rainy Day!!!!…