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Step back in time at the oldest lifeboat station in Wales (circa.1858), which houses a collection of exhibits that tell the fascinating maritime history of Holyhead. Permanent 'Holyhead at War' exhibition housed in WWII Air Raid Shelter.
Remains of an auxiliary Roman fort, probably established in the late 70s A.D. and modified through to the late fourth century. Adjacent to the Roman fort is Segontium Roman Museum, which is run by an independent trust, Segontium Cyf.
A large sandy beach with few rocks on the west coast of Anglesey.
Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life is a series of women-only events raising money for research into all 200 types of cancer.
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.
If your looking for maximum entertainment in Towyn North Wales, then Knightly’s funfair and amusement park is you answer.
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
Inside are a series of dioramas depicting the evolving ages of the earth, including Dinosaurs. There are thousands of fossils, minerals, crystals, Native American arrowheads, etc. to see and many to touch. Videos for children and adults.
The Magic Lantern has been here since 1893. First built as the town assembly rooms, it was used for such noble pursuits as badminton practice and variety performances.
Amgueddfa Forwrol Llyn Maritime Museum is a registered charity  located in St Mary’s Church, Nefyn.
Oriel Wrecsam - the new name for Wrexham Arts Centre with regular exhibitions and learning activities and workshops.
A twentieth century garden which was owned and and designed by the Italy-loving Arts and Crafts architect, Clough Williams-Ellis, between 1902 and 1978.
Imagine a beautiful stone-built farm in the foothills of Snowdonia where you could buy and eat the very best Welsh food products- and even see it being carefully crafted by experts. The dream is now reality in the form of the Bodnant Welsh
A glorious sandy beach with sand dunes and rock pools, popular with families and for watersports.
Dolwyddelan, a mountain stronghold of the Welsh Princes, stands in a magnificent location deep in Snowdonia.
The eastern beach at Criccieth backed by a promenade is south facing, pebbly and popular with families.
Porth Trwyn beach near Llanfaethlu is a quiet sandy bay backed by dunes.
At Llandrillo Menai there are plenty of options, with the widest choice of Full-Time, Part-Time and University courses in North and West Wales.
Completed in 1310 in a commanding position in the Welsh Marches and in continuous habitation ever since, the castle's austere exterior contrasts with the elegant state rooms within.
Wrexham's industrial and social history, particularly during the 18th and 19th century, is a fascinating journey, and covered well through local attractions.