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Occasionally it does rain in North Wales! This doesn't need to spoil your holiday though as there's plenty to do under shelter. Here is a small selection, there's plenty more on offer and we'll be adding to the list soon.

We found 24 attractions (page 2 of 3)

  • Beaumaris Gaol 1 Beaumaris Gaol

    Built by Hansom in 1829, Beaumaris Gaol might not be a functioning prison these days but it’s still an interesting day out for the whole family. Walking through the dimly-lit corridors is an eerie experience as you learn all about what prison life was life in Victorian times and hear some of the sad tales of the inmates.

  • Bonkerz Fun Centre 2 Bonkerz Fun Centre

    We all know that the kids love soft play centres, but so do the adults! Bonkerz Fun Centre in Llandudno is different to your average play centre and the main play centre is suitable for all ages – even the parents!

  • Deeside Ice Rink 1 Edited Deeside Ice Rink

    Located inside Deeside Leisure Centre, Deeside Ice Rink is the national centre for ice sports in Wales. You’ll find an Olympic sized ice pad and the ability to host a variety of sports including skating, ice hockey and curling.

  • Electric Mountain 1 Electric Mountain

    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.

  • Erddig 2 Erddig

    Located just outside Wrexham, Erddig is a 1,200 acre estate which was once a well-loved family home and garden. Nowadays the estate houses one of the National Trust’s most diverse collections and tells the stories of the family and their servants over the years. Designed by Thomas Webb of Middlewich in Cheshire, the house was built for Joshue Edisbury, the High Sherriff for Denbighshire between 1684 and 1687.

  • Go Below 1 Go Below

    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.

  • Puppet 1 Harlequin Puppet Theatre

    Are you looking for a day out with a bit of a difference? Then look no further – the Harlequin Puppet Theatre in Colwyn Bay is about as different as they come, seeing as it is the only purpose-built puppet theatre in all of the British Isles!

  • Llechwedd Slate Caverns 1 Llechwedd Slate Caverns

    This attraction, found in the historic slate mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog, is a great place for an educational and interesting few hours that the whole family can enjoy.