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The 70 acre estate of Talhenbont Hall has 19 ghosts (all friendly!).
Butterfly Conservation North Wales branch events are run across North Wales throughout the year, including guided walks to see rare butterflies, moth-trapping nights, talks on gardening for butterflies, identification training etc.
Old Palace in St Asaph.
Enter the world of the Welsh Mountain Zoo and you enter a world of natural wonder.
A pebbly beach at high tide whereas low tide reveals a long, open stretch of sand, great for watching the birds on Lavan sands.
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.
Set in a timeless, quiet valley this 16th-century gentry house has many of its original features, including a first floor solar open to the roof beams. It also has good claim to be the birthplace of the modern Welsh language.
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.
A long, quiet, predominantly shingle beach.
Dovecote in St Asaph.
Plas-draw is a grade II* listed building in Llangynhafal, Denbighshire, Wales.
Clwyd Theatr Cymru is Wales’ major drama producing operation, originally built as a Regional Arts Centre.
Discover a fascinating collection of items relating to the history of North Wales. Enjoy a varied temporary exhibitions programme in the art gallery.
Based in North Wales & boasting stunning views of the unspoilt Welsh countryside, including Cardigan Bay & the Snowdonia National Park, Shell Island is one of Europe’s largest Campsites. Catering for all the family with excellent facilities
Dating from 1890, Theatr Twm o'r Nant was built as a Memorial Hall by Dr Evan Pierce, whose statue can be seen in the Dr Evan Pierce Memorial Garden 50 metres away.
A popular family seaside resort with miles of sandy beaches, loads of attractions, amusements and a local harbour.
The ‘grug’ studio in Dolgellau is a place where people can see, touch, feel and, of course, buy the wonderful range of products sourced from some previously undiscovered local makers.
A wetland nature reserve on the banks of the Conwy estuary, and easily accessible from the A55 and railway station. A place to discover nature - not just birds!
The main attraction for visitors to Coedydd Aber has long been the reserve’s spectacular waterfall, but the valley is home to a diverse range of habitats, from mixed woodland to grassland.