We've selected a few things to do that all the family should enjoy. If you know of somewhere we should add to our list then let us know.
We found 27 attractions (page 1 of 4)
Airworld Aviation Museum
Take flight at...
For any budding pilots or anyone who occasionally looks to the sky in wonder, the Airworld Aviation Museum in Dinas Dinlle, Caernarfon, makes for a good day out.
Anglesey Sea Zoo
If you are looking for a fun way to spend the day with the kids in Anglesey, then look no further than the Anglesey Sea Zoo! It is the biggest aquarium in all of Wales, with a truly staggering amount of marine life – all of which are found in and around the United Kingdom – just waiting to be seen.
If you are in Talacre, then you are probably enjoying the delights of the beach. Maybe you’re soaking up the sun and enjoying an ice cream while the kids splash about in the shallows. But what can you do if it starts to rain? Here is one solution: DangerPoint!
Rabbit Farm and Animal Park
For over three decades, this farm has been a family favourite, so now it’s your turn to enjoy the lovely little place! Near to Porthmadog and Pwllheli, the Dwyfor Ranch is situated on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula, close to the beautiful blue waters of St George’s Channel.
The Electric Mountain is the visitors’ centre for the First Hydro Company (a major electricity generator in North Wales), and the attraction is so much more than just a power station.
Foel Farm Park
Foel Farm Park on Anglesey offers up a great family day out, where you and the kids can experience all of the sights and sounds (and, of course, smells!) of a real working farm. Not only can you see the farm as everyone goes about their daily routines, but you can also meet and feed the many different animals whilst enjoying the beautiful scenery – there are phenomenal views over the Menai Strait and out to Snowdonia.
Glasfryn Parc can be found just outside the town of Pwllheli in North Wales, and offers a wide range of different (but all fun) activities for children (and big kids!) of all ages. There are all sorts of things to do here – everything from ten pin bowling to quad bikes!
Go Below Underground Adventures offers precisely that – exciting and exhilarating adventures that take place below the ground! You will find Go Below nestled in the beautiful Betws-y-Coed, which certainly doesn’t seem like the sort of place that could be hiding something as thrilling as this.
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A zoo featuring a diverse range of animals, and views over Colwyn Bay. Where else can you pay a visit to fantastic and fascinating animals while also enjoying glorious panoramic views over a beautiful bay?
Conwy Castle is easily the most spectacular of all the castles in North Wales (and cost the most to build, too!). The castle was built for Edward I by Master James of St George, and is one of the most impressive surviving medieval fortifications in Britain.
Built by civil engineer Thomas Telford in 1805 to carry the canal across the River Dee, the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct stands at an impressive 38 metres (126 feet) high, making it the highest canal aqueduct ever built.