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Open Doors offer everyone the chance to discover their heritage when buildings and sites of architectural, cultural and historic interest will be open to the public free of charge.
A long sandy beach with a promenade which looks out onto the Menai Strait.
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.
Morfa Harlech is one of two extensive sand dune systems which make up much of the Meirionnydd coastline, extending form the Mawddach estuary in the south to Black Rock Sands in the north west.
Cochwillan Old Hall is a late 15th century house, considered one of the best examples of a Welsh medieval estate centre.
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
The serene ruins of Cymer Abbey stand in a lovely setting beside the River Mawddach. Particularly impressive are its great windows, arches and an unusual tower.
The Corris Railway is a narrow gauge (2 foot 3 inch) railway whose origins date back to the 1850's. The line was initially built as a horse-and-gravity worked tramroad to carry slate from the quarries of Corris Uchaf and Aberllefenni.
A grade II listed Georgian mansion. Formerly the home of the Marquess of Londonderry, the property was left to the people of Machynlleth in 1948 and eventually aquired by Machynlleth Town Council in 2008.
In the shadows of Harlech Castle and backing onto the dunes Theatr Ardudwy enjoys stunning views of the Snowdonia and Cardigan Bay. The theatre presents quality concerts and shows to suit all tastes.
Conwy Parish Church, founded in honour of the Blessed Virgin Mary and All Saints, was originally the Cistercian Abbey of Aberconwy whose foundations were marked out in the late 12th Century.
Coed Ganllwyd National Nature Reserve is part of the National Trust's Dolmelynllyn estate. The main attraction for many are the spectacular Black Falls or Rhaeadr Ddu. Allow half a day to see all the estate has to offer.
The Parish Church was built in 1873, and designed by Paley & Austin of Lancaster.
Fun for all the family, model shop and gift shop, train layouts in museum.
The Great Little Trains of Wales are a very special way of seeing some of the best scenery in the British Isles.
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.
The Mermaid Spa removes you a little from your normal life and touches you with a little of the magic of the Portmeirion experience.
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.
Home to 9 Craft Studios and the resident designer-makers. Find unique items handcrafted with care for your home, garden and gifts for others. You can also have fun making your own crafts.
Agau Jewellery Studio craft a range of jewellery including necklaces, bracelets and rings.