The Queen visited Swansea with the Duke of Edinburgh on Friday
The royal couple were greeted at the station by dozens of children with disabilities, one of whom handed her a daffodil bouquet.
The royal party are also attending a reception and lunch as guests of West Glamorgan County Council in The Guildhall.
The Queen opened the original LC Sports Centre in 1977. She was given a tour of its state-of-art equipment.
The Royal party viewed the centre's surf wave machine, which helps surfers to train, and met the architects who designed the building.
After unveiling a plaque to mark the reopening of the centre, the Queen went on a walkabout.
The Queen meets Shenkin, the goat mascot of the Royal Welsh Regiment and his handler outside Swansea Guildhall
The Queen is led into The Guildhall for lunch by the Lord Mayor of Swansea Susan Waller
Fit for a Queen - place settings for the royal party before the Guildhall lunch
The Queen received a warm Welsh welcome during her Swansea visit
Waiting patiently - Bethan the Corgi before the Queen's arrival at St Thomas Community Primary School in Swansea