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Rainy Day Activities Treasure Island Fun Centre, Anglesey
Opening times: Daily 9.30-18:00
Price: From £3.50

The North Wales Coast is a great day out when the sun is shining, but when the rain is pouring and you have a car full of little people to entertain it’s not always so easy. Luckily, you can let them burn off all their energy at the Treasure Island Fun Centre in Anglesey.

The fun will begin as your little pirates traverse a maze of ramps, slides and tubes. If they’re feeling brave they can walk the plank into the ball lagoon, cross the rope bridge or dare to enter the haunted cave. There’s also a secret den hidden within the play frame, but don’t let any other adventurers in on the secret once you’ve found it. After all, trying to locate it is half the fun!

Treasure Island is ideal for children aged 1 to 10 and for the very young ones there’s also a Mini Marauders’ soft play area where the under 4s can take on mini versions of the main attraction as well as some other age appropriate challenges, all in a safe and secure environment.

The centre also features the Captain’s Table Café where kids can fill up on pirate sustenance and parents can enjoy a well-deserved rest over coffee. 


Banner Image Source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by Jaggery.

Image Source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by Ian Taylor.


Treasure Island Fun Centre is found in Beaumaris, just off of Little Lane.

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