Things to Do in Pembrokeshire in October Half Term

Things to Do in Pembrokeshire in October Half Term


Pickle says….We have so many things going on in our lovely county this October Half Term, we thought we would out together a list of what looks good if you live here, or are visiting…

Things to Do in Pembrokeshire in October Half Term

Seal Watching

Watch the annual arrival of the Atlantic grey seals and their pups below the cliffs of the Deer Park on a two-mile guided walk with a National Trust ranger.

£10 per adult, £7 per child which includes a hot drink and food at Runwayskiln cafe.

Saturday 13 Oct, Saturday 27 Oct

Booking is essential 01437 720385.
Marloes Sands Beach, Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire Sea Kayaking Festival 

This is the second of its kind in Pembrokeshire!
Goodwick, Pembrokeshire
Fri 19 Oct to Mon 22 Oct

Things to Do in Pembrokeshire in October Half Term

Fireside Tales at Carew Castle

Settle around the fire in the Lesser Hall as a costumed storyteller tells spooky tales and
stories of brave knights and beautiful princesses. Suitable for Ages 4+.

Children must be accompanied.
2.30pm – 3.30pm, drop in session.
Carew Castle & Tidal Mill Carew, Tenby, Pembrokeshire
Sun 21 Oct, Sat 27 Oct, Sat 3 Nov

Family-friendly Halloween Ghost Tour at Carew Castle

More details – Family-friendly Halloween Ghost Tour
Keep your eyes peeled as you listen to stories of ghostly sightings; you never know what you
might see… Ages 5 + BOOKING ESSENTIAL: Call 01646 651782. Tour does not include daytime
admission to the Castle. Wear warm clothing, bring a torch.
Carew Castle & Tidal Mill Carew, Tenby, Pembrokeshire
Wed 31 Oct

Honey Bee Fun at Castle Henllys

Just Bee presents a fascinating insight to how a honey bee hive works with their observation hive complete with Queen and her team of busy bees, comically named the Girls on Tour.
Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort Meline, Crymych, Pembrokeshire
Sat 22 Sep, Sat 27 Oct

Samhain – Haunted Henllys at Castle Henllys

Halloween comesfrom the ancient festival of Samhain. Enjoy the Haunted Henllys Ghost
Walk, listen to spooky stories around the roaring fire and enjoy the haunting music before the
burning of the wicker man!

Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort Meline, Crymych, Pembrokeshire
Wed 31 Oct

Winter Owl Evenings at The Secret Owl Garden

17 & 31 October (also in November and December).
Fly an Owl – private session and taster sessions from £10 pp.

The Secret Owl Garden
Picton Castle
The Rhos
SA62 4AS
Opening Times
Daily: 10am to 5:00pm
Tel: 01437 751725

Things to Do in Pembrokeshire in October Half Term

Folly Farm, Begelly 

Spooky Halloween 20 October – 4 November – see website for full info.

Heatherton World of Activities, Tenby

Open every day in October 10am – 5pm

Paintball – Open all year round, numbers permitting (Call 01646 652000 to book)

Adventure Golf – Open all year round, from 9.00am

Tree Tops Adventure Trail – Open All Year Round – Call 01646 652000 for availability of sessions

Manor House Wildlife Park has not announced any October half term activities as yet.

The Dinosaur Park, Tenby

Monday 17 September – Friday 26 October 2018 10.30am-4.00pm (Closed Monday & Friday)

Saturday 27 October – Saturday 3 November 2018 10.30am-4.00pm daily. No specific activities have been announced yet.

Oakwood Theme Park, Narberth
Feel the atmosphere, enjoy the thrills and celebrate Halloween at Oakwood Theme Park. Lots of things to do from 10.30am – 5pm. Saturday 20th to Sunday 21st October, plus Friday 26th
to Wednesday 31st October!

Food Foraging Walk at St Davids

10:30am – 12 noon 25 October
Join Julia Horton-Powdrill of Wild About Pembrokeshire to explore the lanes and searching for edible items.
Appropriate footwear and clothing are advised and please bring drinking water.
Children are welcome.

Call to book: 01437 720392
Meet at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre – St Davids SA62 6NW

Infants £3.00
Children £3.00
Adults £12.00
Seniors £12.00

If you have anything to add to our list of Things to Do in Pembrokeshire in October Half Term please do pop in the comments below.



  1. Looks like there is so much going on – we have never been to Pembrokeshire and would love to visit one day it looks great for families…it’s on our bucket list!

  2. I would love to visit Pembrokeshire one day, it sounds like that is a lot of family orientated places to visit.

  3. Just wish i lived near Pembrokeshire now! It isn’t a place I have thought of visiting before but it seems to be quite family friendly.

  4. That sounds like an amazing list of things to do! I love the sound of the owl evenings. I visited St Davids once, many moons ago, on a road trio around South Wales and remember it as a very beautiful part of the world.

  5. I haven’t been to Pembrokeshire since I was a teenager and would love to return! There seems to be some fun things to do with the kids. Think both boys would love the dinosaur park!

  6. This is a great round up post, I always struggle to find new and exciting activities in my area. I love the idea of seal watching.

  7. Wow! What a great list and something to suit everyone. The owls sound fab.

  8. I hadn’t realised that there was so much to do! Especially in the colder months. We love Pembrokeshire particularly for the beautiful beaches xx

  9. We went to Bluestone again this year and of course spent a day at Folly Farm! It’s our FAVE place to go ever!!

  10. Great list of ideas. Thanks. You have given me a great idea for my kids this weekend!

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