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Theatre in Ruthin.
Llandudno lies between two limestone headlands, both great attractions for tourists and naturalists alike. Bodafon field is a location for various events in Llandudno.
Ty Hyll is owned by the Snowdonia Society and the grounds, beehives and honeybee room are lovingly maintained by our volunteers. As a registered charity it works to protect, enhance and celebrate Snowdonia.
Borth Wen is a sweeping cove of sand backed by dunes with rock pools on the beach.
Sheltered and south facing, the beach is backed by the village of Aberdaron and surrounded by countryside.
A rural sandy beach with cliffs to one side and rock pools, ideal for exploring to the other.
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.
A large area of sand dunes and foreshore located between Prestatyn and Gronant.
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.
A popular family seaside resort with miles of sandy beaches, loads of attractions, amusements and a local harbour.
90 acre country park.
Fun for all the family, model shop and gift shop, train layouts in museum.
William Aston Hall, a concert venue in Wrexham.
An Edwardian vicarage garden in the centre of Prestatyn located in the heart of the town centre.
Situated opposite the White Rose Shopping Centre Rhyl Library, Museum and Arts Centre displays a history of the town and its people.
Plas Uchaf in Ruthin.
Llanbedr is an attractive village situated in Gwynedd, North West Wales. It's an ideal location for walking and Shell Island is famous for it's abundance of sea shells.
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 large sandy beach with few rocks on the west coast of Anglesey.
Pant Du Vineyard and Orchard is situated on the stunning slopes of the Nantlle Valley, Snowdonia, North Wales.