welcome (croeso) to attractions north wales
- For something a little quieter, our country parks are great for walking around; walk the 80 acres at Bodnant's famous gardens.
- If you enjoy making, crafting and being inspired, visit Mostyn, the foremost contemporary art gallery in Wales.
- North Wales is packed with adventures for the whole family and situated in the foothills of Snowdonia is GreenWood Forest Park, the family adventure park like no other.
- Discover the fascinating Welsh history, including Art exhibitions from Wales' premier artists at the Oriel Plas Glyn-y-Weddw, a Grade II listed building.
- If you love history, we've plenty in North Wales, including the only working windmill in Wales, Llynnon Mill on the Isle of Anglesey.
- We've got a great range of thrill seeking adventure attractions, including those that get you wet!
- Visit one of our eleven National Trust Properties; take a stroll around Erddig one of the country's finest stately homes.
- In no time at all you can be crossing the giant Pontcysyllte Aqueduct - Britain's loftiest aqueduct, a new World Heritage Site, 2009.
- There's a whole range of quality Welsh food shops, fine cafes and restaurants. What's more, we've some of the best food festivals...
- Home to some of the best small guage railways, including Snowdon Mountain Railway; Britain's highest rack and pinion system.
- From the exotic to farm animals and wildlife, there are opportunities galore to make feathered and furred friends!
- You're never more than a drawbridge-crossing away from some of the world's best castles.
North Wales is small. But our list of attractions is big. You can visit the locals at Conwy RSPB Nature Reserve, or the not-so-locals at Pili Palas. Take a train to the top of Snowdon, or journey deep inside an electric mountain at Elidir. Tour one of 11 National Trust properties, Erddig comes complete with landscaped parkland (very handy for walking off that Welsh cream tea). And while you're outdoors, you can bike on four wheels at Glasfryn Parc, trot on four legs at Tal y Foel Riding Centre, or try Wales' first bouncing pillow at the Greenwood Forest Park. And that's the trouble with North Wales, you see. What to do next? Don't worry, this simple-to-use site is packed with attractions. So it's easy to see what makes us so ... well, attractive.