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Summer holiday ideas for children who need quieter spaces

Quiet times available in summer holidays



  1. Infinity trampoline park - Every Tuesday 5-6pm £6 each.
  2. Victoria park splash pad - Wednesdays 10-11am - free Wednesday 11-12 in term time
  3. Cardiff summer of fun. Starting 23rd July Thursdays Neurodiverse quiet sessions - 10-12:30 - £2 a ticket - booking required link-
  4. Tree tops adventure golf - Sunday 9-11am -£9.50 (under 5’s £4.50) book in advance
  5. Amelia trust farm. Wonderful inclusive venue - lots of activities outdoors booking not required. £5.50 a ticket opens 10am But May be cheaper -
  6. Cinema autism friendly quiet sessions - the rise of gru Sunday 24th July Odeon / UCI Cardiff - 10:15am / Cineworld -Sunday 7th August - 11am.
  7. Cardiff castle - perfect for picnics and free events throughout the year. £7 adult castle key. Free for kids - just proof of address needed for it. Lasts 3 years
  8. Cardiff riding school - special quiet lessons available but pony rides £7 for 30 minutes on weekends - book here
  9. Walnut tree farm park - st brides. Reasonable prices and lots to do outdoors. On Facebook
  10. Sophia gardens outdoor theatre - 21st -30th July 8pm The little shop of horrors -
    1. group bookings reasonable for more than 6 -£18 evenings- booking

11. St Fagans - free and full of events all summer also free link

  1. Chameleons swimming club for Children and adults with ALN or learning disabilities for fun or competitive - Howells school pool Sunday evening 6-6:45 and 6:45-7.30pm / also CMC sports and Social club on Thursday evenings 8pm - 8:45
  2. St fagans Celtic pottery day for family’s! 10-4pm £1 per pot drop in sessions

Margam park open all summer with tons of listed activities - the following is free and starts at 11am. However there are archery (£1 for three arrows) 26th July 11am -3pm (meet at the bbq site rear of the castle It’s a Bugs Life’ Craft Activities with the Friends of Margam Park &