Describing the local landscape as beautiful, amazing or wonderful, really doesn’t do it justice. With mountains, hills and valleys surrounding three sides of our Park and a glorious sandy beach in the front, if escaping from the hustle and bustle of daily life is what you’re after, then this really is the place to come!
Barmouth town is a just few miles from the Park, those of you up for a sense of adventure could walk into this quaint little Welsh village, alternatively jump on the local train or bus, which run from just up the road. Barmouth has a good selection of little cafes, pubs, restaurants, sweet and gift shops and even a theatre. There is a local market which takes place on a Thursday and Sunday, a few amusements on the seafront, and a large sandy beach. It’s a perfect traditional little holiday village
Perched on a giant rock, Harlech’s battlements spring out of a near-vertifical cliff-face, showing off this magnificent Castle. Special events take place throughout the year including exciting combat displays, Bird of Prey demonstrations, ‘have-a-go’ archery and historical tours.
This mysterious attraction in an area steeped in history is hidden deep beneath the mountains of Southern Snowdonia. Join a hooded boatman and sail by underground boat through a magical waterfall and immerse yourself in the time of myths and legends.
What was once the downhill corridor for slate now carries people in comfort. This is one of the longest heritage railways in existence, journeying through some spectacular scenery. An opportunity to travel up the mountain and get a birds eye view of Snowdonia’s landscape.
For those lacking the energy to climb the 3,560ft that is Mount Snowdon, this wonderful railway lets you climb aboard and journey towards the summit on a unforgettable scenic journey that will literally take you to the top of the world – well the top of Wales! A great day out.
Voted one of the Best Family Attraction in North Wales, days out don’t get much better than at Greenwood! Active adventures, challenging fun, live shows, crafts and some furry friends are all awaiting you for your family fun day out.
A museum with torch-lit tunnels and deep, dark caverns, the history lets you step back in time and imagine what life would have been like in the mines. With a deep mine tour, a narrow gauge train and historical tales – new attractions include Bounce Below, Zip World Titan and Zip World Caverns.
Snowdonia is the largest National Park in Wales. With its wild landscapes and picturesque villages, it is a spectacular area of natural beauty, steeped in history and culture. The perfect location for exploring, with excellent walking, hiking, cycling and climbing – don’t forget to bring your boots!