Cochwillan Old Hall is a late 15th century house, considered one of the best examples of a Welsh medieval estate centre.
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.
Splash Point is Rhyl's dog friendly beach where dogs can stretch their legs at anytime.
The Mermaid Spa removes you a little from your normal life and touches you with a little of the magic of the Portmeirion experience.
A large expanse of beach with vast areas of sand from mid-tide level. The beach offers exceptional views of the Llyn Peninsula and Llanddwyn Island.
Visit Nant Gwrtheyrn and experience Welsh culture and heritage first hand on the coast of the beautiful Llyn Peninsula, in North Wales. Whatever your interests, the former quarrying village of Nant Gwrtheyrn is a fun day out for everyone!
Providing facilities in North Wales for the presentation of live entertainment & the performing arts.
Tacla Taid, the Anglesey Transport and Agriculture Museum, is the largest of its kind in Wales. It features displays of cars, motorbikes, commercial and farm vehicles and static engines.
Throughout the year, the company present a play, poetry and prose readings and hosts professional theatre companies and live music. The big production of the year is usually the annual pantomime.
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.
The oldest is thought to be 1500-2000 years old. The church tower dates from the 14th-Century and houses a peel of 6 bells.
Bellevue is an Edwardian style park near Wrexham’s town centre. It contains some mature trees, ornamental shrubs, attractive flowerbeds and an impressive bandstand.
Get a Buzz of excitement and Meet the Bees! Our visitor centre is informative, fun and free
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.
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.
With 354 seats and a creative schedule including film, productions by local and national touring companies, ballet, opera, plays, pantomimes and concerts. Neuadd Dwyfor has so much to offer local people and visitors to the area.
The Llanrwst Almshouse Museum offers the visitor a glimpse of this past, through a changing display of objects associated with these industires and with the social history of the town.
St Peter's Square in Ruthin.
The joy of the 120 acre Crafnant Nature Reserve is its atmosphere. You sense the antiquity of the ancient oaks at the northern (Crafnant) end, encrusted in the greys and greens of lichens, mosses, liverworts and the epiphytic ferns.
Changing exhibitions of work by many of Wales leading and emerging artists. Buy straight off the wall. Collectorplan interest free credit also available.