There's a fine spring garden and Australasian arboretum, with an understorey of shrubs and wild flowers, a summer terrace, and massed hydrangeas which give autumn colour.
Discover the timeless appeal of our narrow-gauge steam trains - a more leisurely way to travel and the perfect way to savour the grandeur of Snowdonia.
A day out at Pili Palas can be a magical experience for all the family – whatever the weather! So come along – enter a steamy environment full of lush vegetation and waterfalls with LIVE butterflies flying all around you.
Self-guided tour includes video presentation, audio commentary on walkman, as well as geological, historical calligraphy and lettercutting exhibitions.
Foel Farm Park near Brynsiencyn on Anglesey offers a great family visit to experience the sights, sounds and smells of a real working farm. We invite all visitors to meet, touch and feed the animals.
Ribride offers a wide range of exciting water based experiences in the North Wales area. With stunning scenary along the Menai Straits and unique views of the Snowdonia mountains, it is a great way to enjoy the area.
The Welsh Highland Railway is the UK's longest heritage railway and runs for 25 miles from Caernarfon where trains start from beneath the castle walls.
Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens have undergone a spectacular restoration and are being returned to their former glory. Large walled garden; picturesque valley garden with waterfalls; beautiful ancient woodland.
For family adventure with a difference visit GreenWood Forest Park, Snowdonia’s leading and totally unique eco-attraction. Ride the Green Dragon rollercoaster and stomp along the BareFoot Trail. Great family fun, whatever the weather!
The largest garden railway in the Wales, miniature animals (Shetland, donkeys, goats etc), 1.5 mile land walk, picnic areas, children's play area.
Café, shop, outdoor attraction. A must for all animal, train & nature enthusiasts.
Let Snowdon Mountain Railway take you on a journey of a lifetime to the rooftop of Wales. Snowdon, at 3,560ft dominates the landscape of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales.
An 800 acre park providing delightful trails and walks in a spectacular oak woodland at the south-eastern end of Llyn Padarn, a magnificent glacially formed lake nestled amidst some of Snowdonia’s most spectacular scenery.
The extensive grounds of Penrhyn Castle are perfect for exploring and enjoying spectacular views of Snowdonia and the North Wales coast.
Shadowed by towering slate mountains, the National Slate Museum Llanberis is housed in the Industrial Victorian Workshops that once serviced and maintained the enormous Dinorwig slate quarry above it.
Self-guided audio-visual tours through the old workings on foot. Winding tunnels and large colourful chambers with magnificent stalactite and stalagmite formations. A rare opportunity to explore tunnels abandoned in 1903.
A museum of Wales's oldest infantry regiment, stunning displays and fascinating sudio visuals.
Mighty Caernarfon is possibly the most famous of Wales's many castles. Its sheer scale and commanding presence sets it apart from the rest, and, to this day still trumpet in no uncertain terms the intentions of its builder, Edward I.
On the shore of Llyn Padarn Electric Mountain marks the starting point for tours into Dinorwig Hydro Electric Power Station.
The show is located on the Wern Ddu Fields, Bethel Road, Caernarfon, Gwynedd on the B4366.
Lon Efion stretches for 20 km (12.5 miles) between the historical town of Caernarfon and the rural village of Bryncir. From the route there are views of the Llyn Pennisula, Caernarfon Bay, Anglesey and Snowdonia.