There are a number of museums in the county including the Museum of Speed which marks the remarkable history of the land speed record on Pendine sands, Park Howard museum is an attractive Bath stone villa set in the heart of a pretty park and gardens, and tells the story of Llanelli’s past through its collections and the Carmarthenshire Museum set in beautiful parkland houses a large number of collections charting the local history.
The beautiful and timeless town of Laugharne has a castle, a lovely estuary walk and is of course where Dylan Thomas created many of his most famous works
Gelli Aur Country Park and Arboretum lovely day out. The cafe and playground are open, as is the nature trail to the quarry.
The magnificent arboretum is also open again and you can walk round for £4.50 an adult which covers the cost of the tree surgery work.
Down the road Llandeilo is full of independent shops, cafes, a Gin Haus, a chocolatier, beautiful buildings, a castle, stunning woods and parkland, great for local people and visitors.
Walk around the Wildlife Trust reserve of Dinefwr Castle Woods, or through the National Trust Grounds of Dinefwr
A bustly lively local town.
Stunning gardens and a plantman’s piece of heaven. Aberglasney has been a fascinating restoration project.