Famous outlaw Robin Hood exchanges Sherwood Forest for Carew Castle next week and invites visitors to enjoy a Robin Hood Adventure.
Robin and Maid Marian will be setting up camp at Carew all week and will stage several activities each day.
Discover a Robin Hood Adventure at Carew Castle from 11am-4pm from 22-26 July.
Visitors can learn the skills required to become an outlaw and take part in an interactive play which brings the Robin Hood story to real life.
New skills can be used to hunt the outlaws hiding in the Castle and there will be regular Have-a-Go Archery sessions.
Robin Hood Adventure sessions will be staged between 11am and 4pm from Monday 22 July to Friday 26 July. Activities are included free in normal admission except for Have-a-Go Archery for which there is a small additional charge.
Carew Castle and Tidal Mill is one of three major visitor attractions run by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.
The Robin Hood activities are part of a series of events to be held at the Castle this summer.
Further information on the Robin Hood Adventure week and other events at Carew Castle visit www.carewcastle.com, call 01646 651782 or pick up a copy of Coast to Coast.
Published 17 July 2019