World Of ‘Myths, Legends And Beasties’ At Scolton Manor
Enter a world of ‘Myths, Legends and Beasties’ at Scolton Manor this February half term.
The popular Pembrokeshire attraction will be marking the first school holiday of the year with a week of family activities from Saturday 18th to Sunday 26th February.
Make your own mythical monster or fabulous fairytale creature in the ‘Monster Makes’ craft area, available daily between 11am and 4pm.
Search the Manor House for the dragons playing hide and seek – how many will you find?
The ‘Monster Makes’ and Dragon quizzes are included in the normal admission price for the Manor House: £3.50 for adults, £2.35 for concessions and children over four years and £9.35 for a family ticket (two adults and up to three children).
There’s also plenty of fun outside! Follow the special Mythical Mystery Trail around the grounds and work out the clues to win a prize. The trail is available daily between 11am and 3pm throughout half term, at a cost of £1 per child.
While exploring the picturesque grounds look out for one of the latest additions to Scolton Manor, the Welsh Myths and Legends Sculpture Trail.
Launched in 2016, the Welsh Myths and Legends Sculpture Trail features some iconic figures of Welsh folklore including Gelert and Twm Siôn Cati, as well as the Welsh Dragon itself.
2017 is the Year of Legends in Wales, and Scolton Manor will be marking this special year with some exciting additions to the already popular trail.
Visit the Scolton Manor website at scoltonmanor.co.uk, or ‘Like’ Scolton Manor on Facebook at facebook.com/scoltonmanor for news of the latest arrivals.
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