THINGS TO DO

WHAT TO DO IN THE CITY BY THE SEA!

With it's unrivalled and unique blend of modern city landscape, vibrant nightlife, stunning coastline including Mumbles and Gower, diverse countryside and brilliant selection of attractions to meet the needs of anyone wishing to experience a city bursting with life!

WATERFRONT MUSEUM

WATERFRONT MUSEUM


A striking architectural landmark in its own right, the museum celebrates the industrial and maritime history of Wales dating back to the 1800s. This is a highly interactive guide through an age when Wales supplied the world with coal and steel, and countless inventions, like Richard Trevithick’s groundbreaking steam locomotive.

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Clyne Gardens

Clyne Gardens


There are numerous parks and gardens worth visiting in Swansea, but for sheer drama, Clyne Gardens is particularly notable. Extensive and exotic planting ranges from rhododendrons to Elephant Rhubarb and American Skunk Cabbage. The Japanese garden with its brightly painted bridge just adds to the glorious confusion.

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MUMBLES

MUMBLES


A vibrant seaside village, you’ll find over 120 shops, restaurants and pubs hugging the west side of Swansea Bay. A rich source of great seafood, much of the local produce finds itself being served in the finest establishments of London and Paris - so try it here at the restaurants serving seafood caught locally.

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THREE CLIFFS BAY

THREE CLIFFS BAY


The dramatic landscape of the Gower Peninsula must be seen to be believed. There are numerous attractions to enjoy in this remarkable outcrop of land. Three Cliffs Bay is regularly voted one of the most dramatic locations in Britain, requiring a 20 minute walk to reveal its true splendour.

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Liberty Stadium

Liberty Stadium


This impressive 20,000 seat stadium opened in 2005 and is home to Swansea City FC. The Liberty is also home to The Ospreys - one of the strongest rugby sides in the UK and Ireland.

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LC Waterpark

LC Waterpark


A state-of-the-art attraction for all ages, LC is situated alongside the National Waterfront Museum, a short stroll from the main shopping area of the city. It features countless slides and tubes, as well as the opportunity to hone your surfing skills on a never-ending wave.

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Swansea Grand Theatre

Swansea Grand Theatre


The Grand Theatre offers a thriving and eclectic mix of live events, exhibitions and performances, and also offers a behind-the-scenes tour giving you an insight into the history of this legendary theatre in the heart of Swansea.

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Plantasia

Plantasia


Plantasia is a massive glass Tropical hothouse pyramid located in Parc Tawe, right in the centre of Swansea. There are over 5,000 unusual exotic plants including rare and endangered specimens. The tropical theme is enhanced by free-flying butterflies in the Butterfly House and a cologny of endangered Tarmarind monkeys.There is also a large collection of reptiles, fish, insects and a Burmese python.

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