Llandudno is known for its stunning sea front and delicious fish and chips.
Great Orme Mines- The mines are a real thrill to see. They are the world’s largest Bronze Age copper mines and were mined over 3,500 years ago. The site is open from March through to November and prices start from just £5.75 per adult. There is also free parking and an onsite shop.
Bodafon Farm Park- The farm gives a real insight into the daily running of a working farm for children and adults. Visitors can view the many animals that are housed there and children will be allowed to handle the rabbits. They can also take a ride on the miniature tractors in the yard. Prices are £5.95 for adults and £4.50 for children. The farm is open daily from 10am to 6pm.
Llandudno Museum- Visitors can take a self-guided tour throughout the museum and learn about Llandudno’s history, architecture, mines and as a holiday resort today. There are also Roman remains, a welsh kitchen and lots of art displays to enjoy. The museum opening times vary throughout the year but prices start at just £2 for adults and £1 for children.
The Great Orme Tramway- Visitors can use Britain’s largest tramway to climb the one mile to the Orme’s summit. Prices start from £6 per adult and once visitors have reached their destination they will be amazed by the views of Llandudno.
Llandudno Cable Car- If the tramway isn’t something visitors fancy doing then the Cable Car is not to be missed. Take a ride across Britain’s longest cable car system and enjoy spectacular views of Llandudno and its surroundings. The cars travel from Happy Valley to the Great Orme where visitors can enjoy a nice cup of tea on arrival. The cars are open daily from 10am to 5pm.
Victoria Shopping Centre- Visitors can enjoy some retail therapy with lots of brand name shops on site, such as, Boots, Dorothy Perkins and Mothercare. The centre has a number of places to stop for a bite to eat and a multi storey car park. It is open every day so visitors can make the most of it.
Llandudno is Welsh holidaying at its best. With the gorgeous sea and blue flag beaches at your disposal every day, it doesn’t matter whether visitors are bathing in the sun or going for a walk in the wind- its fantastic either way. There’s plenty to do for adults and children alike, with a selection of great heritage attractions like the Llandudno Museum and the Great Orme mines and fun activities like the Llandudno Cable Cars and Bodafon Farm Park.
It’s the perfect setting for following great walking trails and admiring the breath taking views. Visitors will never be far away from good shops, like the Victoria Shopping Centre and when all is said and done there’s always a chip shop open for some delicious fish and chips and a hearty cup of tea. Llandudno is always a fabulous family holiday any time of year.