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A traditional stone-built upland 16th-century farmhouse, birthplace of Bishop William Morgan, the first translator of the whole bible into Welsh.
From the Llangollen Wharf you can embark on either a horse drawn boat trip or a motorised aqueduct cruise, both of which take in the magical sights and sounds of the beautiful Llangollen Canal.
An 800 acre park providing delightful trails and walks in a spectacular oak woodland at the south-eastern end of Llyn Padarn, a magnificent glacially formed lake nestled amidst some of Snowdonia’s most spectacular scenery.
This gritty, dark-stoned fortress has the rare ability to evoke an authentic medieval atmosphere.
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.
On the border between England and Wales, this charming rural track is set in glorious countryside beside the River Dee. 16 days racing per year plus conference and banqueting facilities for up to 300.
Elegant suspension bridge and toll-keeper's house adjacent to Conwy Castle.
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.
Discover a little of the fascinating history of this unique area in the borderlands of Wales.
The Great Orme Tramway has been delighting visitors since it opened on July 31st 1902. An engineering marvel of its age, it's still the only cable-hauled tramway still operating on British public roads.
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.
Widely acclaimed as one of Britain's finest historic houses, Erddig is a fascinating yet unpretentious early 18th-century country house reflecting the upstairs downstairs life of a gentry family over 250 years.
People can spend time exploring its nooks and crannies and learn about life in the Victorian prison system. See how the prisoners lived their daily lives: what they ate, how they worked, and the punishments they suffered.
Experience the Llechwedd Deep Mine and explore the mine's colossal man-made mountains on the Quarry Explorer off road truck tour!
Situated opposite the White Rose Shopping Centre Rhyl Library, Museum and Arts Centre displays a history of the town and its people.
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.
National Trust owned 14th-century merchant's house.
Will and Jules would like to welcome you to their small-holding, in the paddocks and barns surrounding the touring and camping site you will find a host of animals including rare breed pigs, pygmy goats and traditional breed sheep.
SeaQuarium offers an underwater voyage of discovery, where you can experience aquatic life from several regions of the world including the Amazon, the Pacific Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Red Sea and from our own shores around Britain.
Dolwyddelan, a mountain stronghold of the Welsh Princes, stands in a magnificent location deep in Snowdonia. It was built between about 1210 and 1240 by Llywelyn the Great to control a strategic pass through his mountainous kingdom.