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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.
Llys Rhosyr is a significant site not least because it is the only Royal Court of the Princes of Gwynedd of which the ground plan remains virually intact. Those elsewhere were despoiled at the conquest, or destroyed in the last century.
Llynnon Mill is the only working windmill in Wales producing stoneground wholemeal flour using organic wheat. Visit the Iron Age Roundhouses and the reconstructed Old Bakery and then take a stroll along the Mills Trail.
A nine day festival of watersport and sailing with extensive on shore activities, entertainment and events.
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.
Dominated by its dramatic castle on a headland, jutting out into the sea, Criccieth is a pretty town, with a sandy beach, ideal for families.
Flint is a town lying on the estuary of the River Dee. It was the county town of the historic county of Flintshire and today is the third largest town in Flintshire.
We are your local art and craft shop and studio. We offer space for local artists and crafters to show and sell their work. Our designers are all local people who love to create things of beauty.
Talacre has a long sandy beach stretching from the Dee estuary through Barkby beach to Prestatyn beach.
The show is located on the Wern Ddu Fields, Bethel Road, Caernarfon, Gwynedd on the B4366.
Criccieth Traeth y Marine is a sandy beach with pebbles that stretches away towards Pwllheli.
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.
The R.N.L.I Lifeboat Museum displays information, photographs, crew kit and equipment, plus gives the opportunity for close inspection of the Barmouth lifeboat from a viewing gallery.
The Narrow Gauge Railway Museum is an important collection of artifacts relating to Narrow Gauge Railways in the British Isles. From complete locomotives to tickets, it is a unique and comprehensive record of these fascinating railways.
Begun in 1277, one of the first castles to be built in Wales by King Edward I. Its most impressive feature is a solitary round tower, isolated from the rest of the inner ward. It features in Shakespeare's Richard II.
A long sandy beach which looks out onto the Menai Straits; its many facilities make it a popular family resort.
Classes for rare breeds of cattle, sheep and horses, cookery, vegetables, flower arranging, honey and wine. Also a fair, entertainment for the children and an art exhibition in the nearby primary school.
A long sandy beach at the eastern end of Red Wharf Bay on Anglesey.
The Great Orme is a limestone headland adjacent to Llandudno. It has its own Wardening Service based in the Country Park Visitor Centre at the summit
Gardens include a formal Victorian parterre designed by W A Nesfield. There are yew paths, ponds, summerhouses and a woodland walk. The parterre, avenue and the Dingle cover approximately 8 acres.