Visitors can climb upstairs to the domestic quarters, visit the 14th Century gatehouse that still has its murder holes!
Spend the afternoon at one of Wales’ top attractions, Pembrey Country Park, and experience the superb award winning beach of Cefn Sidan, which been described as one of Europe's' finest beaches and has been a winner of the prestigious blue flag award 16 times.
Dinefwr has been at the heart of Welsh history for around 3000 years.
Enjoy the beautiful Gwili Valley and relax alongside the river for a picnic, walk the woodland walk and absorb the nostalgia of the bygone days.
The centre is home to thousands of the world’s most spectacular ducks, geese, swans and flamingos including some of the rarest species in the World.
There's a fascinating interactive wetland discovery centre that demonstrates the importance of wetlands for both wildlife and people and the largest created wetland habitats in the UK, the ‘Millennium Wetlands.’ Here you can secretly admire, from a series of hides, a wonderful array of wildlife as diverse a dragonflies or Little Egrets.
Refreshments and toilets are available on board the train. Quaint old narrow streets and castle remains that date back to Henry I are placed harmoniously with a modern first class shopping centre occupied by a number of familiar High Street names.
Carmarthen is famous for its market which sells a wide variety of fresh Welsh produce and are bursting with character and lively banter and must be visited, especially on market day - Wednesday.
Light refreshments are available for purchase before moving on to Gelli Aur Country Park.