Places To Go For Days Out In Snowdonia
Snowdonia boasts a wealth of history, culture, industrial heritage and fine architecture which is reflected in the large variety of attractions. There are so many places to visit that we aren’t able to list them all but here are a selection. Please check to ensure they are open as a number of them have seasonal opening hours.
Tel: 01286 677617
A World heritage site and one of the most impressive of Edward I castles.
Tel: 01492 640462
See the weaving and hydro-electric turbines at the working mill museum.
Tel: 01248 353084
A massive neo-Norman fantasy castle crammed with fascinating things.
Tel: 01766 830306
Winner of every major tourist award. Great day out wet or fine. Two underground rides.
Tel: 01492 650460
80 acres of lovely gardens. Spring, Summer and Autumn colour.
Tel: 01492 592246
Oldest dated town house in Wales. The furnished rooms reflect daily life from different periods in the house’s history.
Tel: 0871 720 0033
Travel to the summit of Snowdon on the only public rack and pinion railway in Britain
Penmachno, nr Betws y Coed
Tel: 01690 760213
Centuries of Welsh country living. Birthplace of Bishop William Morgan the first translator of the Bible into Welsh.
Tel: 01286 873002
Travel into one of Europe’s largest man-made caverns deep in a mountain to see how the Dinorwig Hydro Electric Power Station works.
Te;: 01492 580167
Best preserved Elizabethan town house in Britain – famous for the quality of its ornamental decoration. Also see next door the art gallery home to the Royal Cambrian Academy.
Tel: 01492 592358
A masterpiece of medieval military architecture – also explore the town walls.
Tel: 01286 871906
Living museum telling the story of North Wales slate industry, including slate splitting, a waterwheel and quarrymen’s houses.
Tel: 01766 890595
Large colourful caves with stalagmites and stalagtites. Pan for gold and other activities.
Llandwrog, Nr Caernarfon
Tel: 01286 830222
70 acres of exotic trees and plants, follies and sculpture. Steam engine restored by Fred Dibnah. Craft shop.
Caernarfon Airfield, near Caernarfon
Tel: 01286 830800
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