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Days Out North Wales

Welcome to Stunning Snowdonia

Welcome to stunning Snowdonia! Whatever the weather there is more than enough to keep you busy and Attractions of Snowdonia gives you the best of what the area has to offer. Set against a backdrop of outstanding natural beauty, come and explore medieval castles, historic houses and elegant parks and gardens. Visit galleries and museums, learn about myths and legends and go deep underground to discover our mining past. Take a train journey through the mountains or have an action packed fun day out with the children. Snowdonia is bursting with exciting and unique attractions ready for you to explore, making this the perfect destination for great days out in North Wales.

Year of Adventure 2016

Wales is where the adventure starts in 2016 – so join us to embrace the adventurer in you.

2016 is Wales's Year of Adventure and Attractions of Snowdonia offers plenty of adventures for you to explore. You can fly by zip wire at 100mph above a slate quarry or go wakeboarding – not just in the sea – but in the heart of the country. Bounce on the world’s largest underground trampoline, or conquer one of our rugged mountains on bike at places like Antur 'Stiniog.

But adventure travel in Wales means much more than adrenaline – it means discovering new and unusual places, watching wildlife, and stargazing in Snowdonia National Park, which has just achieved Dark Sky status. You can explore British marine life at Anglesey Sea Zoo or enjoy music, scenery and shopping at Festival No 6 at Portmeirion. Have a magical adventure with the kids at GreenWood Forest Park or Gypsy Wood Park. Or take a journey through time at one of our four UNESCO World Heritage site castles to discover. Whether you want to take a train ride through the mountains or discouver the rich culture and history of this ancient land, there is an adventure for everyone!

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Attractions in North Wales

Adventure Activities
Unleash your adventurous streak and enjoy the rush of a lifetime in the adventure capital of North Wales. Click to discover more about the adventure activity attractions in Snowdonia.
Family Fun
Everything from action packed activity centres to an eco-friendly family adventure park there is something for adrenaline junkies and laid back families alike. North Wales is the home of fantastic family days out - click to find out why!
Glorious Grounds
Enjoy fantastic scenery, stunning gardens, and relaxing trails at the beautiful and elegant gardens and grounds waiting for you in Snowdonia. Click to discover the splendid gardens North Wales has to offer.
Heritage and History
Snowdonia is the heartland of Welsh language and tradition. Take a moment to discover the hidden gems of history and heritage located here. Click to discover more about the heritage and history of North Wales.
Castles and Culture
Be inspired by local artists and uncover the stories of Snowdonia’s past. Click here to discover more about the wonderful museums & galleries located in North Wales.
Terrific Trains
Enjoy stunning views from high in the mountains or along scenic lakes. Snowdonia's unique narrow-gauge railways will take you on a trip you won't soon forget. Click to explore some of North Wales' greatest trains.
Deep Discoveries
Delve deep into our mining past and explore the winding tunnels and colourful chambers hiding a world of myths and legends. Click to learn more about the best underground attractions in North Wales.


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