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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.
Welcome to the Stream in the Sky
Eirlys is the Welsh word for "snowdrop".
Our narrowboat Eirlys has been a regular sight on the Llangollen canal for over three decades and was joined by our restaurant boat.
Fairly easy walking around this island off the northwest corner of Wales, with diverse coastal scenery which is 95% within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and many attractive villages.
Feast with dagger and fingers and share Welsh culture whilst entertained by our fully-costumed Ladies of the Court in our Medieval Banqueting Hall.
Wylfa has been generating electricity since 1971 and is currently operated by Magnox North Ltd. First stop is the multi-media Powerhouse theatre.
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.
Explore this charming seventeeth-century private chapel with the person who knows it best — Cadw's custodian.
Station House in Holywell.
Gwersyll yr Urdd Glan-llyn is a multi activity centre situated on the shores of Llyn Tegid, near Y Bala, a mile from the village of Llanuwchllyn in the shadow of the Aran and within Eryri, Snowdonia National Park.
The Seawatch Centre is a reminder of the island's rich maritime history. Learn about the bravery of coxswain Richard Evans who was awarded two gold medals for saving the lives of the crews of two ships.
We are a large family arcade with childrens play area, 10 pin bowling, bingo and cash casino lounge.
The Ensemble has established a performance circuit of 8 venues across north Wales. The 8 include venues from Holyhead to Wrexham and from Llandudndo to Pwllheli at which the Ensemble performs a wide range of chamber music.
Remains of the priory dating from the thirteenth century, when the house became part of the Augustinian order. The origins of the site are traditionally associated with St Seiriol in the sixth century.
The Parish Church was built in 1873, and designed by Paley & Austin of Lancaster.
A museum of Wales's oldest infantry regiment, stunning displays and fascinating sudio visuals.
This is a large library located in the heart of the Buckley shopping precinct, offering a wide range of services
Come and see what is available – a warm welcome is extended to all.
Home to approximately 20 acres of established fruits and seasonal vegetables, including its renowned asparagus, the farm’s produce is showcased in this delicious food emporium and cafe.
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.
An excellent, sandy beach backed by forest and extensive dunes, at the south-western tip of Anglesey.