Swansea in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Sacred & Religious Sites. Discover best things to do in Swansea with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Swansea
4.5 based on 189 reviews
We make the annual trek to see the Way of Lights display at the shrine. The lights are amazing. However, there is always the restaurant in which to dine. There are chidren's activities. A holiday wreath display has an endless variety of designer wreaths. And the Christmas tree display is one of a kind.
5 based on 4 reviews
Holistic Wellness Center featuring Floatation therapy. Other complementary services include: Massage, Reflexology, Facials, Sonic Wave Vibration Therapy and Ionic Foot Detox
Amazing experience today for the first time here.. The individual spa rooms were very welcoming . The float room / tub itself was so peaceful, the lights on the ceiling , the water was perfect temperature, I couldn't suggest any improvements . Also all of the amenities of the facility itself were notable in the washroom and hair / makeup room. Everything felt very high end , like I was at the Four Seasons of the float spa world .
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Our initial reasoning to visit was to surprise our parents because they love Dickens. What a wonderful surprise it was! Stepping in the door, immediately being drawn to something special.. the gourmet food items, bread baking kits, the flavored olive oils & vinegars, the soup mixes, the list goes on & on, all in wonderful, charming packaging. The displays are perfect to drawing the eye to various highlighted items. It made us want to make plans to create a warm and welcoming home for the holidays! There were samples to taste, wines to try, and the TEAS! Perfectly blended teas of every flavor and every possible mix one could imagine! From fruits to spices to healing teas, there are so many! Beautiful tea kettles, aprons, and lovely dish designs. The staff and keepers of the shoppe are literally brimming with joy and warmth! They are so excited to share with you when you’re there, to tell their story, and to ask you about yours… and don’t forget to take a look out back in the courtyard and the barn… WOW! What a great backstory to that area! (Not going to share it here.. if you want to know, go and visit them.. it’s SO much more fun that way!) We will definitely stop back in the next time we’re traveling there. We need to restock our tea! Cheers!
4.5 based on 649 reviews
A sophisticated Native American society of about 20,000 people that operated via a sun calendar and disappeared by 1400.
If you are in the St Louis area, or plan to be, this is an amazing spot to stop! It's a State Historic site, National Historic site, and World Heritage Site! At its peak Cahokia Mounds was a community stretching 6 square miles and included 120+ mounds, which were used to elevate residences, official buildings, and even some graves. In 1250AD it housed 10-20,000 people, which made it a larger city then London was at the time! Monks Mound, the largest mound, is the largest prehistoric earthen construction in the Americas. We went on a day when the museum was closed, so I cannot speak to that. However, we drove around the paved areas to check out the various mounds, and then parked by monks mound and hiked up. I love historic places that are outside and open like this, so young kids can enjoy it instead of worrying about breaking something! The kids were able to explore the stockade re-creation, and run around on the grass. We did stay on the path and stairs when climbing the mound to avoid erosion, but when we got to the top there was lots of room to roam around, and you can even see St. Louis in the distance. Add this to your list of things to see!
4.5 based on 256 reviews
We went as a large work group to pick up pumpkins. There is plenty of parking. We loaded onto wagons that took us out to the field where we all picked our own pumpkin. It was also apple picking time, so that was an option as well. The store there has beautiful items and is fun to look through. You can also buy food items as well. I think this is a nice place to take the family for a fun day out. The facility is very nice.
4 based on 39 reviews
St. Clair Square is the shopping, dining and entertainment destination in Fairview Heights, IL. The mall features more than 140 specialty stores, 4 department stores and a variety of dining options.
I feel that this mall has the best prices and selection in the area. It's easy to navigate and very clean.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Shooter's is located in what was the local hardware store and they have found ways to keep that character alive in their place. The BBQ which is what we go for is exceptional. Their adult beverage selections are equally terrific making this a great place to frequent.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
We love this place! More of a real farm feel than Eckerts and not as busy. Besides having fun picking apples, blackberries, tomatoes, pumpkins, etc (depending on the season) the homemade donuts are AMAZING. we love the iced blueberry donuts the most! Family run farm and really family oriented with the kids play area.
4 based on 19 reviews
We went on a Friday night and it was super packed! Every seat was taken in the theater for Get Out....kinda steep price per person but it was something to do. Theater was clean and concessions again were very high priced but had a large selection.
4 based on 25 reviews
Slightly older movies for less with cheaper concessions Yep this is where new movies go after initially shown for 5-8 weeks at the premium price at other locations. Awesome value for a family or anyone on a budget. Even better deals going on Tuesdays and Wednesday.
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