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Snowdon (Snowdonia National Park)
Ranked #1 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Mountains
The highest mountain in Wales (higher than any in England) at 3,560 feet.
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Blue Lake (Fairbourne)
Ranked #2 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Bodies of Water
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Plas Mawr (Conwy)
Ranked #3 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Historic Sites
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Bodnant Garden (Tal-y-Cafn)
Ranked #4 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Gardens
Owner description: 80 acres of magnificent Garden in the beautiful Conwy Valley. Stunning collections of plants and trees from around the World,... more » Owner description: 80 acres of magnificent Garden in the beautiful Conwy Valley. Stunning collections of plants and trees from around the World, giving interest and colour throughout the seasons.Varied Events Programme offering something for everyone. « less
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Cader Idris (Dolgellau)
Ranked #5 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Mountains
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Lligwy Beach (Dulas)
Ranked #6 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #7 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Scenic Railroads
Owner description: The Ffestiniog Railway takes you on a 13 1/2-mile journey from the harbour in Porthmadog to the slate-quarrying town of... more » Owner description: The Ffestiniog Railway takes you on a 13 1/2-mile journey from the harbour in Porthmadog to the slate-quarrying town of Blaenau Ffestiniog. We are recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records as the oldest railway company in the world, being founded in 1832. We still build steam locomotives and carriages in our own workshops and the world's oldest steam engine, Prince, is still in regular use today - more than 150 years after it was built. Our historic trains climb over 700 feet from sea level into the mountains through tranquil pastures and magnificent forests, past lakes and waterfalls, round horseshoe bends (even a complete spiral) clinging to the side of the mountain or tunnelling through it. The Welsh Highland is Snowdonia's newest railway. Trains start their spectacular 25 mile scenic journey from beneath the historic castle walls at Caernarfon. The trains - hauled by the world's most powerful narrow gauge steam locomotives - climb from sea level to over 650 feet on the foothills of Snowdon, before zig-zagging dramatically down the steep hillside to reach Beddgelert, nestling in the heart of the National Park, then through the magnificent Aberglaslyn Pass - voted the most beautiful spot in the UK by the National Trust - and on to Porthmadog. « less
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Aber Falls (Abergwyngregyn)
Ranked #8 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Waterfalls
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Ranked #9 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Gardens
Owner description: Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens have undergone a spectacular transformation and are being restored to their former glory. First... more » Owner description: Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens have undergone a spectacular transformation and are being restored to their former glory. First laid out in 1804 in the 'picturesque' style of Humphrey Repton, the famous Victoria landscape designer, the gardens had become derelict by 1996. There are 10 acres of gardens, included a 2 acre Walled Garden, fantastic valley gardens packed with unusual and interesting plants, flowering shrubs and trees; river and waterfalls. Home made cakes are served in the traditional Tea Room and there is a new Visitor Centre describing the history and restoration of the gardens. In 2013 open from 1 April to end October on Wednesday and Sunday afternoons from 2-5pm, also Thursday afternoons in July and August. Pre-booked private group tours by appointment. « less
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Ranked #10 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Game/ Entertainment Centers
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Harlech Beach (Harlech)
Ranked #11 of 467 attractions in North Wales
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Great Orme (Llandudno)
Ranked #12 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Ranked #13 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Ranked #14 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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Ranked #15 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Ranked #16 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #17 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Lighthouses
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Ranked #18 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Castles
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Welsh Slate Museum (Llanberis)
Ranked #19 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: History Museums

Don't be put off by the name - this isn't a dry exhibition of bits of slate. It's based in on the old slate works and is really an industrial museum. You can see the workshops and... more »

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Ranked #20 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Equestrian Trails
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The Mawddach Trail (Dolgellau)
Ranked #21 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Trails
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Caernarfon Castle (Caernarfon)
Ranked #22 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Castles; Historic Sites
Wales' most famous and attractive castle, built in 1284.
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Ranked #23 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Golf Courses
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GreenWood Forest Park (Y Felinheli)
Ranked #24 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Amusement/ Theme Parks
Owner description: For family adventure visit GreenWood Forest Park – Snowdonia’s totally unique eco-attraction! Ride the world’s first people... more » Owner description: For family adventure visit GreenWood Forest Park – Snowdonia’s totally unique eco-attraction! Ride the world’s first people powered rollercoaster and zoom down Wales’s longest sledge run. Explore TreeTop Towers, take the Jungle Boats challenge and conquer the Crocodile Maze. Learn something new – Archery, Stilt Walking or Den Building – then stomp along the BareFoot Trail.This multi award-winning attraction promises an unforgettable family day out, whatever the weather. « less
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Promenade (Llandudno)
Ranked #25 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Trails
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Barmouth Bridge (Barmouth)
Ranked #26 of 467 attractions in North Wales
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Ranked #27 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Horseback Riding Stables
Owner description: Set alongside the beautiful Menai Straits with stunning views of Caernarfon Castle and the Snowdonia mountain range beyond,... more » Owner description: Set alongside the beautiful Menai Straits with stunning views of Caernarfon Castle and the Snowdonia mountain range beyond, you won’t find horse riding in more involving surroundings.Our 5 miles of private bridleways will give you a fantastic, safe introduction to riding, and we’re sure that more experienced riders will find plenty here to challenge them too. « less
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Llyn Coastal Path (Pwllheli)
Ranked #28 of 467 attractions in North Wales
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Bounce Below (Llan Ffestiniog)
Ranked #29 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Owner description: Bounce Below is the first facility of its kind in the world. Hidden underground in a 176-year old disused cavern, that is... more » Owner description: Bounce Below is the first facility of its kind in the world. Hidden underground in a 176-year old disused cavern, that is twice the size of St Paul's Cathedral, you will find this subterranean playground, installed with huge 'bouncy nets'! These trampoline like nets are hung within two vast chambers at different levels, the highest being 180 feet up from the bottom of the cavern, linked together by walkways and slides. « less
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Great Orme Tramway (Llandudno)
Ranked #30 of 467 attractions in North Wales
Category: Scenic Railroads
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