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      Local Attractions

      In and Around Llandudno

      Llandudno visitors will not be disappointed by the amount of tourist attractions and family experiences scattered in and around this beautiful seaside resort.

      Llandudno lies between the Great Orme and the Little Orme headlands, giving this town a special and unique appeal with lots of fantastic views. You can visit a number of reserves like the Snowdonia Park, home to picturesque landscapes and leisurley walks, and the Bodafon Park, where kids get the chance to see rare poultry wildlife and Britain's rarest sheep.

      Llandudno Theatre also has a great list of entertainment all year round, so don't forget to check upcoming shows!

      Llandudno's most famous attraction is the Great Orme Tramway which will take you through the windy streets up to the Summit Complex. it is one of three cable operated street tramways in the world that are still in exisitence, the other two are in San Francisco (USA) and Lisbon (Portugal).

      For some more entertainment ideas, take a look at our top attractions in Llandudno.

      Home Front Museum

      Home Front Museum

      Llandudno, Conwy County
      Take a trip down memory lane to life in 1940s Britain, with a visit to this unique living museum! You can experience civilian life during World War II and take a look at a wealth of authentic wartime artefacts.
      Bodafon Farm Park

      Bodafon Farm Park

      Llandudno, Conwy County
      A genuine working Welsh farm attraction guarantees a great day out for all the family. See rare breed animals and birds of prey, or enjoy a tractor ride around the farm before sitting down for some delicious home cooked food. You can even purchase food for the animals and hand feed all the goats, deer and llamas!
      Bodnant Gardens

      Bodnant Garden

      Tal-y-Cafn, near Colwyn Bay
      This world-famous botanical garden is a must see when visiting North Wales. You can explore and discover exotic plants from all over the world, dilated across 80-acres of beautiful and unique gardens. It is certainly one of the best wildlife wonders you could possibly stumble across during your stay!
      Snowdonia National Park

      Snowdonia National Park

      North Wales
      With 823 square miles of diverse landscapes, Snowdonia National Park is the largest national park in Wales. Situated only 30 miles from Llandudno, this serene area of natural beauty offers picturesque landscapes and a full range of adventurous activities for all the family.

      Great Orme

      With its sea serpent silhouette, the Great Orme is a prominent limestone headland offering gorgeous views with a special scientific and conservation status. It is a great outing for those who like to hike or bike, whilst admiring the fabulous surrounding scenery. There is also a café nearby where you can enjoy delicious cream cakes and hot drinks to break up the day.
      Welsh Mountain Zoo

      Welsh Mountain Zoo

      Colwyn Bay
      Spend a day seeing and learning about rare and endangered species, like the zoo's snow leopards and sea lions at this top Welsh attraction. Nestled on the beautiful hills overlooking Colywn Bay, this zoo has become a favourite among local families in the area as well as many visitors to North Wales.

      Llandudno Promenade

      As a classic seaside promenade located between the Little and Great Orme, this attraction brings postcards to life with its spectacular arched seafront and mountainous views. In the daylight, you have the pleasure of quaint Victorian buildings that face the flowing waves and calm of the ocean, and as the moon emerges you can see the night lights glisten across the undulating currents. This calm and gentle setting is certainly a place to be enjoyed by all!