There's so much to do in North Wales, here is a small selection. We are always adding more information so please visit this page again to learn about more attractions.
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Bangor Music Festival
Bangor Music Festival – previously known as the Bangor New Music Festival – is an annual celebration of the best in new and contemporary music. The festival runs for two days in February, and features a wide variety of events including lectures, workshops and live concerts.
Bangor Science Festival
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The Bangor Science Festival – which takes place each year at Bangor University, as part of the British Science Week – offers a little scientific something for people of all ages and backgrounds. There are events for school groups, adults, families and science professionals, allowing everyone to get in on the event.
Bangor St Deiniol Golf Club
The golf course that you will find at Bangor St Deiniol Golf Club is a fantastic example of North Wales’ fine golf offering. Bangor St Deiniol was designed by the great James Braid, and as such it will provide a decent amount of challenge to golfers of all skill levels.
A Walk around Bardsey Island
Bardsey Island is a beautiful place, and a place that has held major religious importance over the centuries. Back in the medieval times, Bardsey Island was a popular destination for pilgrimages; it was believed that completing a pilgrimage would shorten the length of time you were stuck in purgatory before gaining access to Heaven. Bardsey Island was considered so holy to Catholics, in fact, that three pilgrimages to the island were believed to be equal to one to the Holy See of Rome.
You will find the lovely Barmouth Beach towards the south of Snowdonia – it is the most popular beach resort in the area. It attracts a great many visitors all through the summer months, but it is fortunately a large beach, which means it never becomes too crowded. Don’t worry: you’ll have plenty of space to put your towels down!
Barmouth Beach Kite Festival
The lovely seaside town of Barmouth in Gwynedd is a beautiful place to visit at any time of year, but when it really shines is towards the end of June. Not only is the weather at its best at this time, leading to great days of sunshine on the beach and spectacular seaside sunsets, but it also plays host to the Barmouth Beach Kite Festival.
Barmouth to Penmaenpool
A Walk From Barmouth to Penmaenpool
This walk is of medium distance, taking you the roughly ten miles through the town of Barmouth and into the hills above the lovely Mawddach Estuary, getting some incredible views over the area as you walk along ancient pathways.
Beacon Climbing Centre
Just because it’s raining outside, it doesn’t mean you can’t squeeze some exercise in, and Beacon Climbing Centre combines that with fun, too. Climbing is a natural instinct for humans and something we’ve been doing for thousands of years, and what better place to put your skills to the test than at North Wales’ number one climbing centre?