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There's lots to do and see in llandudno and the surrounding area. Here is a list of our favourite attractions to help you plan your stay with us.

  • Conwy Castle Built for King Edward I between 1283-87, Conwy remains one of the most outstanding achievements of medieval military architecture.
  • Bodnant GardensDiscover a wide range of interesting and beautiful plants from all over the world
  • Snowdon Mountain RailwayTravel by train on Britain’s only Rack and Pinion Railway up Snowdon, the highest Mountain in England and Wales!
  • Llandudno Museum, LlandudnoThe museum has a collection of Archaeological items range from Neolithic, Bronze Age and Roman, with hands-on material for children of all ages.
  • Llangollen RailwayTourist standard gauge railway operating between Llangollen and Carrog in Denbigshire (7.75 miles long), refreshment and facilities, souvenir shop. Toilets on all stations.
  • Harlequin Puppet TheatreBritain's first and only theatre built for puppet playing. Britain's finest Marionette company, providing a show to enjoy along with the children.
  • Pili PalasFree Parking, Butterfly House, Bird House, Snake House, lizard land. Phasmid Corner, Ant Avenue, Tropical Hide, Toddlers Corner, Pets Corner, Aviary, Butterfly Garden, Terrapin Pond, Cafe, Shop, Play area indoor and outdoor. Nature Trail, Education Centre.
  • Anglesey Sea ZooThe Anglesey Sea Zoo is Wales largest marine aquarium, nestling on the shores of the Menai Strait. With over 50 species, the Sea Zoo has re-created the habitats of the fauna and flora found around Anglesey and the North Wales coastline.
  • Alice In Wonderland CentreExperience Alice's Adventures in the Rabbit Hole, where the narrated story comes to life in a warren of life-size scenes The Rabbit Hole is an indoor walk through Wonderland with life-size animated displays of some of the most colourful and well-known scenes from the Alice story.
  • Great Orme Copper MinesUncovered in 1987 during a scheme to landscape an area of the the Great Orme, the copper mines discovered below the ground represent one of the most astounding archaeological discoveries of recent time. Dating back 4,000 years to the Bronze Age they change our views about the ancient people of Britain and their civilized and structured society 2,000 years before the Roman invasion.
  • Pensychnant Nature Conservation CentreThe Pensychnant Foundation aims to manage the Pensychnant Nature Conservation Centre and Nature Reserve for the benefit of its wildlife and to foster the public's appreciation and understanding of wildlife and nature conservation.
  • Conwy Butterfly JungleIn Conwy’s 2000ft tropical jungle you are able to see some of the worlds largest and most exotic butterflies. From the Far East to Australia, examples of many countries butterflies are represented here. With over 30 species and more than 300 butterflies, some varieties of birds and insects, there is something for everyone to see.
  • Foel Farm Park
  • Welsh Mountain ZooSea Lions Rock is the latest attraction at Britain`s most beautifully sited zoo. Cafe, shop and playground open all winter. Free daily presentation of Chimp Encounter and Sea Lion feeding, children`s farm, Jungle Adventureland. Restaurant (hot meals & snacks).
  • Chester ZooChester Zoo is a modern 21st Century Zoo with over 7,000 animals in spacious and natural surroundings, all set in 110 acres of landscaped gardens.
  • Bodelwyddan Castle TrustPicturesque Castle with fun toys and games, National collections of art, events and exhibitions, history and a few ghosts!
  • Conwy Aquatic Centre & Coarse FisheryLargest aquatic centre in North Wales - everything for ponds, aquaria and fish. Three coarse fishing lakes, with a Dutch pancake house, play area and picnic area. See all our fish in ponds and aquarium
  • Oriel MostynOriel Mostyn is one of the most beautiful galleries in Britain showing exhibitions by major artists from Wales and the world.
  • Rhyl Sun CentreMajor leisure pool attraction, featuring pools, slides, mono rail and surfing etc. Discounts for groups and families.
  • Conwy Valley Railway MuseumFun for all the family, model shop and gift shop, train layouts in Museum, well known Jack Nelson LNWR dioramas, Steam and Diesel train ride on 7.25" Narrow Gauge Railway, Electric Tram Journey
  • Beacon Climbing CentreNorth Wales' most popular indoor climbing centre, and one of the UK's best, with over 1,000sqm of top-roping, leading & bouldering.
  • City sightseeing, Llandudno and ConwyThis splendid Welsh resort between two gorgeous beaches has retained much of its Victorian air, and you'll enjoy spectacular views of Llandudno mountain and the surrounding countryside as well as hearing the stories about this lovely resort
  • Llandudno Ski and Snowboard CentreFrom lessons to open practice, John Nike Leisuresport Llandudno offers a wide variety of activities for everyone to enjoy
  • Venue CymruVenue Cymru (formerly North Wales Theatre) is the primary entertainment, conference and exhibition centre in North Wales.
  • GreenWood Forest ParkWhenever you visit GreenWood Forest Park, you can all experience the family adventure thrills during a great day out at north Wales’s only Forest Park.
  • The National TrustWales is famous for its spectacular coastline, rugged mountain scenery and green valleys. The National Trust plays an active role in protecting and managing this countryside and owns 133 miles of the Welsh coastline.
  • The Fun Centre - Yr HwylfanNorth Wales biggest indoor adventure play centre! Let the kids wear themselves out on the giant drop slides, ball pools, tubes, bridges, maze, climbing walls, net and ropes.
  • Inigo Jones SlateworksInigo Jones Slateworks is a very special place, possibly the last surviving example of a fully operational Slateworks in North Wales.
  • Llanberis Lake RailwayStep back in time to a more leisurely way to travel. What better way to enjoy the spectacular sights of Snowdonia than from your seat aboard on of our little steam trains.
  • National Slate MuseumSet in a stunning landscape amidst the towering slate mountain of Dinorwig Quarry the National Slate Museum at Llanberis offers a wonderful insight into the history of slate quarrying in North Wales.
  • Electric MountainIf you’re looking for a truly electrifying day out, why not visit the Electric Mountain Visitors’ Centre on the edge of the beautiful Snowdonia National Park. You’ll discover the amazing powers of pumped storage hydro-electricity in a totally entertaining and educational environment.
  • Sygun Copper MineSygun Copper Mine is one of the wonders of Wales — a remarkable and impressive example of how part of our precious industrial heritage can be reclaimed, restored and transformed into an outstanding family attraction, that is interesting and educational.
  • Trefriw Woollen MillsVisit our mill and see how traditional Welsh bedspreads are woven on Dobcross looms as they have been for over 100 years. We carry out all the processes in the woollen manufacture here from the raw wool to the woven bedspread
  • Oriel Plas Glyn-y-Weddw Arts CentreA superb Grade II* listed Victorian Gothic mansion, is one of the oldest public art galleries in Wales and shows a changing programme of exhibitions from Wales' premier artists
  • Glasfryn Parc Activity Parc and Bowling CentreA fun filled day out with Go-Karting, Quad Biking, Archery, Fishing and a bowling centre! Finish off your day at J.C.’s Diner.
  • Talyllyn RailwayFrom Tywyn, a coal fired narrow gauge steam train takes you seven miles into the Snowdonia National Park, on a two and a half hour round trip, with the chance to stop for a forest walk or a picnic beside a tumbling waterfall.
  • King Arthur's Labyrinth Take a unique boat ride along an underground river, through the great waterfall, and sail into a world of mystery, legends and storytelling. Explore a labyrinth of tunnels and spectacular caverns, as tales of King Arthur and other ancient Welsh legends unfold in a dramatic underground setting.
  • Portmeirion VillagePortmeirion stands on a rugged clifftop on its own private peninsula overlooking Cardigan Bay. It is surrounded by 145 acres of sub-tropical woodlands and miles of sandy beaches. Portmeirion was built by visionary Welsh architect, Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, who wanted to prove that development did not have to mean destruction of the natural environment
  • Welsh Highland Railway (Porthmadog)The Welsh Highland Railway (Porthmadog) is a small, friendly railway, where the train ride is also part of the experience.
  • Llechwedd Slate CavernsExplore the heritage of the Victorian slate miner in caverns made while roofing the Industrial Revolution on every continent. Ride the 1846 Miners' Tramway or descend into the Deep Mine where Llechwedd slate was first discovered.
  • Criccieth CastleCriccieth Castle, standing on its headland between two beaches, is a prominent North Wales landmark. It is also a landmark historic site, one of those rare castles with a foot firmly in both camps and a true testament to the varying fortunes of war.
  • Plas Mawr: Elizabethan Town HouseIn a town blessed with a wealth of historic houses, Plas Mawr reigns supreme. Conwy, enclosed within a ring of 12th-century walls and protected by its mighty castle, is one of the world's finest medieval towns.
  • Beaumaris CastleBeaumaris is the great unfinished masterpiece. It was built as one of the 'iron ring' of north Wales castles by the English monarch, Edward I, to stamp his authority on the Welsh. But it was never finished
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