Let Snowdon Mountain Railway take you on a journey of a lifetime to the rooftop of Wales. Snowdon, at 3,560ft dominates the landscape of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales.
Self-guided audio-visual tours through the old workings on foot. Winding tunnels and large colourful chambers with magnificent stalactite and stalagmite formations. A rare opportunity to explore tunnels abandoned in 1903.
CAT's woodlands are bursting with biodiversity and are a very important habitat for many of the valley's species.
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The WHR (Porthmadog) is a small, friendly railway where the train ride is just part of the experience. Free guided tours at the sheds. Vintage train.
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.
Historic narrow-gauge steam railway set in beautiful, unspoilt Snowdonia. Running from Tywyn to Abergynolwyn and Nant Gwernol, the line passes the delightful Dolgoch Falls and there are excellent forest walks at Nant Gwernol.
The Ffestiniog Railway is the oldest independent railway company in the world, established in 1832.
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.
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.
The Sailors' Institute is unique - it is a rare survivor of a type of establishment that was once common in coastal communities throughout the British Isles in the late 19th century.
See the weaving and hydro-electric turbine plus an opportunity to purchase pure wool products woven on site. Mill in same family since nineteenth century.
The Narrow Gauge Railway Museum is an important collection of artifacts relating to Narrow Gauge Railways in the British Isles. From complete locomotives to tickets, it is a unique and comprehensive record of these fascinating railways.
The Owain Glyndwr Centre is built on the site of the famous parliament held in 1404 at which Owain was crowned Prince of Wales. The Centre hosts a new interactive and informative exhibition on the life, times and vision of Owain Glyndwr.
Experience the Llechwedd Deep Mine and explore the mine's colossal man-made mountains on the Quarry Explorer off road truck tour!
Elegant suspension bridge and toll-keeper's house adjacent to Conwy Castle.
On the shore of Llyn Padarn Electric Mountain marks the starting point for tours into Dinorwig Hydro Electric Power Station.
National Trust owned 14th-century merchant's house.
Established 1882 and devoted to the visual arts in Wales, with over 120 artist members. Open all year with a changing exhibition programme of contemporary and traditional paintings and sculptures, plus talks, demonstrations and workshops.
At the heart of medieval Conwy stands Plas Mawr, the 'Great Hall', built between 1576 and 1585 for the Welsh merchant Robert Wynn.
A traditional stone-built upland 16th-century farmhouse, birthplace of Bishop William Morgan, the first translator of the whole bible into Welsh.