If beer is your tipple then you can head for Swansea Bay’s Beer Festival on the 25th August. On the same day, Swansea’s Liberty Stadium will be hosting the team’s first home game of the Premier League season against West Ham.
A Medieval Fantasy will be on show at Beaumaris Castle on Anglesey (26 -27August) with the opportunity to see battling knights, skilful archers, music, singing, dancing and much more on the lawns of this spectacular World Heritage Site.
The FIM British Speedway Grand Prix will be underway at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday 25th August where the world’s top 15 riders will be competing for the World Championship - reaching speeds of up to 70mph on 500cc bikes with no brakes!
Pepa Pig will be making appearances at Chepstow Racecourse on bank holiday Monday at the Pepa Pig Family Day Racing.
The Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff Bay continues to wow visitors and will be open every day throughout the summer season.
Harp melodies will be played in the beautiful surroundings of Bodnant Garden above the river Conwy, with views across the valley towards the Snowdonia range on Sunday 26th August.
The annual coracle races on the river Teifi at Cilgerran near Cardigan will be hosted on Saturday 25th August by local coracle netsmen – always keen to welcome new participants. Just bring your coracle!
And much more…
Edwina Hart, Business and Tourism Minister said:
“This is an excellent line up of entertainment, sport and culture on offer across Wales this Bank Holiday weekend with something for everyone. These events and festivities make Wales an excellent bank holiday destination and I hope to see an increase in visitors over the long weekend to enjoy and experience for themselves what Wales has on offer.”