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Here at SCYC we have a calendar of events throughout the year.
Clwyd Theatr Cymru is Wales’ major drama producing operation, originally built as a Regional Arts Centre.
Enter the world of the Welsh Mountain Zoo and you enter a world of natural wonder.
Ty Newydd has a long and rich history. Built in the sixteenth century with significant Georgian additions, it was the last home of Prime Minister David Lloyd George.
Fun for all the family, model shop and gift shop, train layouts in museum.
Four of the best contemporary writers talk about their work, with a roaring fire and a panel discussion. A perfect autumn weekend.
Dominated by its castle built by Edward I, the walled town of Conwy overlooks the estuary of the River Conwy over towards Deganwy.
A museum of Wales's oldest infantry regiment, stunning displays and fascinating sudio visuals.
With 354 seats and a creative schedule including film, productions by local and national touring companies, ballet, opera, plays, pantomimes and concerts. Neuadd Dwyfor has so much to offer local people and visitors to the area.
Enjoy a two hour cruise along the Llangollen Canal, taking in the sights of the beautiful Dee Valley and culminating in a crossing of Telford's mighty aqueduct at Froncysyllte.
Plas Newydd was the historic home of The Ladies of Llangollen. They lived in the house from 1780-1829, creating a unique home, garden and way of life.
A two mile stretch of sand backed by steep pebble banks and surrounded by the Snowdonia National Park.
Popular Victorian seaside resort with a long beach of sand and shingle and a promenade seafront walk.
Discover a fascinating collection of items relating to the history of North Wales. Enjoy a varied temporary exhibitions programme in the art gallery.
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.
Bangor Science Festival - Showcasing the latest in science, technology and engineering.
The Wild Wales Challenge is a bike ride - with a difference. Held annually, on the Bank Holiday Sunday at the end of August, it attracts over 500 cyclists, young, old, and not-so-young to Bala where the event starts and finishes.
A visit to Anglesey Sea Zoo is an exciting opportunity to come face to face with some of the fascinating fish and sea life that live around the coast of Britain.
The Llanrwst Almshouse Museum offers the visitor a glimpse of this past, through a changing display of objects associated with these industires and with the social history of the town.
Vast seams of copper ore were discovered at Mynydd Parys in 1768, and the next half-century saw intensive mining here, resulting in one of the most extraordinary industrial landscapes in Europe.