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Electric Mountain Visitor Centre

For a truly electrifying family day out, visit Electric Mountain Visitor Centre, Llanberis, where you’ll discover the amazing powers of pumped storage hydro-electricity in an educational environment.

Take a journey of exploration, marvel at the sheer size of the massive inlet valve chambers and see close up the world’s fastest response turbine generators–they go from zero to full power in seconds! Descending deep inside the ancient Elidir mountain’s labyrinth of dark and imposing tunnels, you’ll experience one of man’s greatest engineering achievements.

Back at Electric Mountain, stop off at our excellent Café serving you home-made refreshments, visit Y Den soft play or have a browse around the shop for some unique gifts.

Video

Please see the
'I've got the power (station)' clip here

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Electric Electric Gallery EM
Electric Electric Gallery Main Chamber
Electric Electric Gallery tour bus
Electric Electric Gallery turbine



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Opening Times

Open all year. Tours run daily from Easter until the end of October, all other times on select days only. Charges apply foir tours. Booking essential.

Prices

2012 CHARGES:

Electric Mountain Tour:
Adult - £7.75
Child - £3.95
Family Savers:
Children1234
1 Adult£11.15£14.90£18.60£22.40
2 Adults£18.50£22.25£26.00£29.75
3 Adults£25.85£29.60£33.35£37.00
4 Adults£33.20£36.95£40.75£44.50
Notes Child 4 - 15 years old.

Tour not suitable for Children 4 years old or under.
Electric Mountain Centre only FREE

Group Discounts 20%
(Minimum of 20 people)

Phone (01286) 870636 for details
Coach Companies/Drivers – Driver Incentive. Please ring for further details. Book Now Button

Contact

Mynydd Gwefru/ Electric Mountain
First Hydro Company
Llanberis
Gwynedd
LL55 4UR
Tel 01286 873020
Fax 01286 873002
info@electricmountain.co.uk
www.electricmountain.co.uk





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