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Rainy Day Activities Aberconwy House, Conwy
Opening times: Daily from 10:00 till 17:00 between March and September. Please call ahead or see website for times in low seson
Price: Adult £4.40, Child £2.20, Family £11.00

If you can’t resist a historical day out, Conwy is an ideal location and you won’t want to miss out on Aberconwy House. Known as a hidden gem on the High Street, Aberconwy House is the oldest building in Conwy.

This fourteenth century merchant’s house is the only house of its kind in the area to have survived through the walled town’s turbulent history spanning almost six centuries. Inside the house you’ll find furnished rooms each containing audio visual descriptions to show what day-to-day life was like throughout different periods in the house’s history. There are also guided tours available.

Historical tours aren’t the only thing on offer at Aberconwy. There is also live music in the house as well as a children’s trail and lace demonstrations. There are also seasonal events throughout the year such as Easter and Halloween activities.

Located on Conwy High Street, the shop at Aberconwy House is a great place to pick up a gift or token of your visit and you’ll find it full of ornaments, books and other souvenirs.

Aberconwy House is part of the National Trust, see their website for more information. 

Banner Image Source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by Robert Edwards.

Image Source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by Jeff Buck.


Aberconwy House is found in Conwy, just off of Castle Street.

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