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Enjoy a close-up view onto a wonderful cliff-side nesting colony, with binoculars and telescopes provided. You'll be able to watch guillemots, razorbills and puffins all raising their young.
The history of Llandudno from pre-history to the present century, plus a selection from the diverse collection of fine arts owned by Mr F E Chardon.
See the weaving and hydro-electric turbine plus an opportunity to purchase pure wool
products woven on site. Mill in same family since nineteenth century.
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.
One of the Great Little Trains of Wales, the railway offers a delightful 9 mile return journey by narrow gauge steam train along the shores of Wales' largest natural lake.
Bersham Heritage Centre, in the heart of the attractive Clywedog Valley, is Wrexham's centre for Industrial Heritage and home to the Museum Service's Industrial History collections.
The "Copper Kingdom" refers to the area of Amlwch on Anglesey, North Wales which once had the largest copper mine in the world.
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.
Britain's oldest miniature railway - train rides around Marine Lake since 1911. Museum with interactive touch screen, gift shop and toilets.
From the Llangollen Wharf you can embark on either a horse drawn boat trip or a motorised aqueduct cruise, both of which take in the magical sights and sounds of the beautiful Llangollen Canal.
Established 1882. Devoted to the visual arts in Wales, with over 120 artist members, open all year with a changing exhibition programme of contemporary and traditional paintings and sculptures, plus talks, demonstrations and workshops.
Inside one of Wrexham's landmark buildings, Wrexham County Borough Museum is the starting point for discovering the eventful history of this region on the English-Welsh border.
A museum of Wales's oldest infantry regiment, stunning displays and fascinating sudio visuals.
Rhuddlan may not be as well known as some of the North Wales castles, yet it shares much in common with its illustrioius neighbours.
The 70 acre Greenfield Valley Heritage Park and its focal point, the Museum and Farm, is owned by Flintshire County Council and managed by The Greenfield Valley Trust Ltd, a registered charity.
The Great Orme Tramway has been delighting visitors since it opened on July 31st 1902. An engineering marvel of its age, it's still the only cable-hauled tramway still operating on British public roads.
Discover a little of the fascinating history of this unique area in the borderlands of Wales.
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.
Extensive remains of Cistercian abbey founded in 1201. The church dates from the thirteenth century, and the east range of the cloister was remodelled around 1400. There is a fine collection of medieval memorial sculpture.
Family fun - collections from 3 national museums, exhibitions, events, extensive grounds, interactive exhibits, Victorian toys and games room, new indoor and outdoor trails, collection-linked toys and free touch screen multimedia guide.