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.
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Piggery Pottery, near Llanberis
If you’ve got any creatives in the family, then Piggery Pottery might be just up your street. Situated near Llanberis, Piggery Pottery is a large studio where all manner of personalised gifts are made, and if you’re feeling creative you can have a go at creating your own too.
Pili Palas is one of the highest rated family attractions on the Isle of Anglesey, and once you’re here it is easy to see why. Whatever the weather, come rain or shine, you and the whole family can enjoy the lush natural world of Pili Palas.
Redline Indoor Karting
Redline Indoor Karting may be situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, but it’s out to prove that Wales isn’t all about peace and quiet! Situated in Caernarfon, Redline can be reached easily from Anglesey, Conwy and all over North Wales.
If you are in North Wales with the kids and you all fancy a fun-filled day out that’s full of fascinating sea life, then the SeaQuarium at Rhyl is the place for you. Its location is lovely enough for a visit – it sits directly on the wondrous North Wales coast, and the open seafront allows you to take in the splendour of the views.
The Fun Centre, Caernarfon
Kids are full of energy and there’s no way for them to burn it off when they’re cooped up inside all day. Sometimes the best thing to do is just let them work it all off and a great place to do it is The Fun Centre Caernarfon.
The Lloyd George Museum
North Wales can brag about having been the home to lots of famous people over the years, but one of the most impressive is David Lloyd George and you can learn all about the former Prime Minister’s childhood at the Lloyd George Museum in Llanystumdwy, Cricieth.
The Magic Lantern Cinema
The cinema is an obvious choice when the weather is grim, but why not try something a little different on your next trip? The Magic Lantern has been part of Tywyn since 1893 and was first used as the town assembly rooms and for badminton practise and variety performances.
Trefriw Woollen Mills
Mills were once a huge part of Welsh industry, but over the years the number still in use has declined. However, Trefriw is one of the few wool mills still in working use. Trefriw was originally a ‘pandy’ (fulling mill in English) and hand spun and woven cloth would be washed here. It used its position on the River Crafnant to drive the waterwheels and wash the wool.