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The local Tourist Information Centre provides information on attractions, activities and events in the area as well as offering advice and help on booking accommodation.
The 160 acre Showground is a superb site ideally situated in the centre of Anglesey...... close to the A55 and within easy reach of the Holyhead seaport.
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.
A long sandy beach which looks out onto the Menai Straits; its many facilities make it a popular family resort.
The grand parade will leave the top of Prestatyn High Street at 12 noon and there will be a full programme of entertainment on the Carnival Field, Prestatyn.
Meirion Mill, known as the "Mill in the Mountains", lies just off the A470 between Machynlleth and Dolgellau.
Pen-y-Ffrith is home to a superb collection of waterfowl, pheasants, rheas, owls, pygmy goats and much more. Set in woodland gardens with bluebell walk (May/June), fernery and beautifully planted bog garden.
Reputed to be the smallest ancient Cathedral in Britain standing upon the historic warpaths of the Welsh princes with a rich and varied history. Magnificent architecture and stained glass windows.
Visit this charming little former Welsh country chapel for a truly unique experience of Welsh Culture. The purpose of the Centre is to welcome visitors and to give a taste of the History and Culture of Wales
There are many walking trails in Wales, from the busy Coast Path to the quieter trails where you may only meet a few people during your walking day.
This is one of very few areas of ancient broadleaved woodland left in the Corris valley.
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.
The ideal family day out. Go Karting, Cable Wakeboarding, Kayaking, SUP, Archery, Ten Pin Bowling, Soft Play Centre, Cafe & Dining Room & award-winning Farm Shop selling farm raised meat & locally sourced produce. Free entry & free parking.
The fort is ideal for those who enjoy sharing a special interest such as: Chamber music, Choral singing, Photography, Painting, Chess, Bridge etc.
Bodelwyddan Castle is a regional partner of the National Portrait Gallery, housing many wonderful portraits from the 19th Century collections of the London-based national museum.
Neuadd Buddug is both a Theatre and Cinema in Pensarn Road, Bala, North Wales. Neuadd Buddug shows both Blockbuster movies and an array of performance arts from around the country.
The Snowdon National Nature reserve covers a massive 1,671 hectares, and it is home to arctic plants that have survived there since the end of the last glaciation approximately 12,000 years ago.