One great surprise when you come to visit North Wales is that there is just so much to see and do. Many international visitors underestimate the time that they allocate for a visit and we hopefully will encourage you to take an extra day or two to discover more.
We now list what we consider some of the best visitor attractions for your consideration and we would be happy to help tailor make your tour to include any of the sites featured.
Please Note: After descending into the Deep Mine the tour is approximately half a mile long. This includes walking and descending 61 well-lit, grippy steps. You will then walk back up 72 steps at the end of the tour to enter the final Chamber.
Unique and small it may be, the house attracts large swathes of people popping their head around the door to marvel at its brilliance – and posing outside the front for the perfect photo opportunity with the Welsh ladies.
The Smallest House in Great Britain is listed in the Guiness Book of Records as just 72 inches wide and 122 inches high and was last occupied in 1900 by a local fisherman called Robert Jones. In the past there have been plans to demolish the house, but the local community has always pulled together to ensure that the house remains untouched.
Plas Mawr is an Elizabethan gem worth its weight in gold. A grand house built between 1576 and 1585 in the heart of medieval Conwy’s narrow cobbled streets.
Uncovered in 1987 during a scheme to landscape an area of the Great Orme, the copper mines represent one of the most astounding archaeological discoveries of recent times.
Dating back 4,000 years ago to the Bronze Age, they change our views about the ancient people of Britain and their civilized and structured society 2,000 years before the Roman invasion and occupation
Enjoy the most spectacular part of the lime as we put you on the train at remote request stops as part of your Snowdonia Discovery Tour.