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This exhibition looks at responses in the slate quarrying communities of Wales, exploring if and why these communities found it difficult to respond.
The exhibition explores the photography of Aerofilms Ltd, the world’s first firm of commercial aerial photographers.
The photographs in this exhibition along with some examples of hand implements convey and record old methods of farming.
This exhibition focuses on the stories of former staff and patients from Bryn Y Neuadd Hospital
allowing the public a glimpse of what it was like to grow up and spend up to forty years living
in an institution.
Visitors are dared to stand inside the dragon’s giant claw as they are ‘captured’ by the mythical monster at Harlech Castle.
A darkly funny play by acclaimed playwright Terry Johnson about fame, the universe and looking to the stars.
The Abersoch Beer & Folk Festival will be a great opportunity to sample some local beers, ales and wines and enjoy some traditional folk music.
LLAWN04 is a free, full-on arts festival with events along the Promenade and across various venues and spaces in Llandudno.
The Chaparral Abersoch Half Marathon 2016 has a world class course.
Join the North Wales Wildlife Trust in the castle grounds to learn what's out at sea.
Fresh from New York. Don’t miss this celebration of the genius and music of John Lennon.
Since 1999 Bee Gees Fever have been wowing audiences across the UK and Europe with their stunning live tribute to the music of the Brothers Gibb.
Join our volunteer wildlife guides for a friendly and informative 2 hour walk around the reserve.
Porthmadog Craft Fair. Held at the Y Ganolfan, next to the harbour bridge, just past the Ffestinoig Railway.
Enjoy an early morning walk guided by a local expert from the RSPB.
Booking essential - Call 01492 650460.
A chance to investigate this unique and important passage tomb which is not generally open to the public.
Plas Mawr stands as a symbol of a prosperous, buoyant age. The Elizabethan era. The finest town house of its period in Britain.
What a picture, what a view! Perched on a headland with the sea as its constant bedfellow. Its twin-towered gatehouse intimidates prospective attackers.
Join a tour of this beautiful medieval house with our expert guide. Find out more about the site's colourful history and get the chance to explore this hidden gem first hand.
Join a tour with Harlech Castle's very own custodian. Find out more about its fascinating history and architecture, and take a walk around to learn more about the castle .