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Family-Friendly Pili Palas, Anglesey
April - November 10:00-17:30
Adults £8.25, Children £7.25, Under 3s free

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.

The main attraction would surely have to be the butterflies – they fly around you in their dozens as you make your way through the vegetation, providing a truly magical experience that you’re sure to remember for years to come.

But there’s plenty more to come! For starters, kids of all ages are sure to love John, Paul, George and Ringo: they’re meerkats! Lovers of all things a little more slithery will enjoy spending some time in the reptile house, where they can meet lizards and snakes of a wide variety of shapes and sizes.

The Bug Zone has all manner of creepy crawlies, from cockroaches, millipedes and locusts to giant snails, tarantulas and scorpions. If that gets a bit too much for you, you can always retire to Pets’ Corner and relax with the rabbits, guinea pigs and pygmy goats.

And if the kids still aren’t worn out enough for the car ride back home, get them to let off steam in the playground or on the bouncy castle!

 

Image source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by smlp.co.uk 

Image source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by smlp.co.uk

Location

Once you have crossed the Britannia Bridge onto Anglesey, Pili Pilas is signposted and is easy to find. 

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