Llangloffan Farmhouse Cheese Centre (Fishguard) - Visit the farmhouse cheese centre to find out how milk is turned into cheese, using traditional processes (it takes the whole morning). You can also see the farm's cows and pigs, taste the cheese, and buy some for your picnic lunch.
Castell Henllys Iron Age Hill Fort (near Crymych) - Visit this reconstructed Iron Age Hill Fort, rebuilt on the site of original excavations. Kids can find out how the Celts farmed and fought over 2,000 years ago. Castell Henllys also has ancient breeds of cattle, sheep and pigs (species like those found in prehistoric bones on the site). Picnic along the Nant Duad river or ramble around the sculpture trail, creations from the Mabinogion, ancient Welsh tales of giants, hunters and talking animals.
St. Dogmaels Abbey and Watermill (St. Dogmaels) - St. Dogmaels is another glorious ruined 12th century abbey in the tradition of Tintern Abbey. This abbey was also the site where the Sagranus Stone was found. On the stone was inscribed Latin and the ancient language of the Celts, allowing for the language to be deciphered. You can see the Sagranus Stone at St. Thomas Church across the way. Next to the abbey is the Y Felin Watermill where you can see a water-powered mill still grinding flour. The tearoom has pastries baked with flour ground at the mill.