Penarth is a delightful town, at first sight nothing unusual, but it is not until you get to speak to a "Local" that you realise just what there is to see and do in and around the area. This site gives you a lot of practical information, but cannot possibly tell you everything that you might want to do or see !
Just let these thoughts run through your mind if you plan to come to Penarth:
Pirates Pilot Cutters
Ship Building & Repair Landed Gentry
Coal Hoists Lifeboats
Dock & Marina Alabaster
Grain Ships White Water Rafting
Internationally known Painters Flat Holm / Steep Holm
Artists River & Sea Cruises
Coastal Barrage Deep Water Angling
But also the following are just around the corner from Penarth:
Dr. WHO Experience, Norwegian Church Arts Centre, World of Boats, The Senydd, Mermaid Quay, Techniquest, Arts in the Bay, Cosmeston Lakes Country Park, Cosmeston Mediaeval Village, Sully Island, Leckwith Woods, Dyffryn House & Gardens (National Trust), Cardiff Castle, St. Fagans Folk Museum, National Museum of Wales, City Hall, Sophia Gardens (Cricket), Cardiff Arms Park (Rugby), Millenium Stadium (Rugby & Concerts), Millenium Centre (West End Shows and Opera), New Theatre, Sherman Theatre, Chapter Arts Centre & Cinema, Physic Gardens Cowbridge, St. Illtud's Church LLantwit Major, Southerndown Beach (Surfing), Iolo Morgannwg Trail (Cowbridge), "Gavin & Stacey" at Barry Island (BBC Series), Royal Mint (in 2015), St. Augustine's Church Penarth, "Daggertown" Penarth, Penarth Leisure Centre and more ... more...
PENARTH has a wide range of facilities and these are listed under the tabs on the left. Whether it be Accomodation, somewhere to visit for the day, finding a friendly shop where the Owner actually talks to you, see what sports you can play or watch whilst in PENARTH or indeed anything else, VisitPenarth is the place to come to !
If you need help or further information, you can call one of the numbers listed in these pages, or alternatively send in an enquiry on the Contact Form provided.