Guide to Tourist Attractions Museums Galleries in North Wales
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Guide to Attractions in Snowdonia
North Wales has a diverse range of tourism attractions suitable for the whole family. North Wales is famous for its many castles, but it is also home to several National Trust stately homes. The Great Little Trains of Wales provide a great day out for the whole family with the nostalgic aroma of steam. You can continue on the heritage theme by exploring the life of a Victorian Miner and visit a slate or copper mine, or come right up to date by exploring attractions with green issues at their heart, or visit a power station.
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Gypsy Wood is an enchanting attraction situated in between Bontnewydd and Caeathro, Gwynedd, North Wales.
Open every day Easter to Mid-September 10.30 AM - 5.00 PM
Inigo Jones Slateworks is a very special place, possibly the last surviving example of a fully operational Slateworks in North Wales.
Established in 1861 the workshop is ...
Located in the beautiful village of Betws-y-Coed adjacent to the Railway Station, Conwy Valley Railway Museum is a must for all that enjoy trains. A miniature railway takes ...
Possibly the best preserved Elizabethan townhouse in Great Britain. Built by Robert Wynn between 1576 and 1585, it dominates the town with its gatehouse, stepped gables and ...
An architectural extravaganza designed by Sir Clough Williams - Ellis on his own private peninsula on the coast of Snowdonia.
Portmeirion near Porthmadog — finding us: between ...