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The Great Orme Tramway

Heritage & Culture Attractions North Wales

Delighting visitors since 1902, you can’t miss Llandudno’s premier heritage attraction and Britain’s only cable-hauled road tram. The Tram takes you on a picturesque, breath-taking one-mile journey to the summit of the Great Orme Country Park and Nature Reserve, where on a clear day, views stretch as far as the Isle of Man, Blackpool and the Lake District.

Your journey begins at Victoria Station, located a short distance from Llandudno’s North Shore and pier. Board one of the beautifully restored Victorian tramcars and begin your ascent through the winding roads of the Great Orme with stunning views of Llandudno’s sweeping bay.

At the Halfway Station, you can learn about the remarkable history of Victorian engineering and observe the powerful funicular system in action. Climb aboard another beautifully restored tramcar to complete your journey to the summit, look out for the wild Kashmir Goats and the rare Silver Studded Blue Butterflies.

Once you reach the top, relax and take in the amazing views or explore the Great Orme and it’s many attractions.

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Opening Times

Open late March to late October

April to Sept 10am – 6pm, last return trip 5:20pm

Mar & Oct 10am - 5pm, last return trip 4:20pm

Prices

Coming Soon

Contact

Victoria Station
Church Walks
Llandudno
LL30 2NB
01492 577877

tramwayenquiries@conwy.gov.uk



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