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Llandudno Attractions

Llandudno's wealth of attractions could keep even the most determined visitor occupied for weeks. A visit to the Great Orme Nature Reserve. Particular geological features include the Limestone Pavement. Do not miss the Welsh Mountain Zoo where you can Watch as the Californian sealions dive and dip, swim and play and do what they do best - show off!

Great Orme Nature Reserve

Great Orme Nature Reserve

The geology, wildlife, archaeology and landscape of the Great Orme (Pen-y-Gogarth) on the Creuddyn Peninsula is of such importance that much of the headland has been designated a Special Area of Conservation, a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Heritage Coast. It is managed as a Country Park and Local Nature Reserve by Conwy Countryside Service, which employs a Country Park Warden and also organizes study programmes and environmental activity walks for schools throughout the Llandudno and Conwy areas. The Geology of the Great Orme area is the subject of an article in the Open University Geological Society Journal. Particular geological features include the Limestone Pavement.

Hotels near Great Orme Nature Reserve
Sefton Court4 starfrom £74.00
Warwick House3 starfrom £52.00
Space Boutique B and B5 starfrom £76.50
The Clontarf Hotel4 starfrom £30.00
Vine House3 starfrom £37.00
The Alice in Wonderland Centre

The Alice in Wonderland Centre

Spending her childhood summers in a house on West Shore, Llandudno – Alice Liddell was the inspiration for Charles Dodgson's (otherwise known as Lewis Carroll) Alice in Wonderland books. Specially created, the Alice in Wonderland Centre allows you to walk through the Rabbit Hole and enter the world of the Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter and, of course, Alice. Displays, sound effects and a fabulous gift shop help bring this magical experience to life.

Hotels near The Alice in Wonderland Centre
Karden House4 starfrom £28.00
Llandudno Hostel4 starfrom £19.55
Four Saints Brig Y Don Hotel2 starfrom £45.00
Broadway Hotel2 starfrom £25.00
Imperial Hotel4 starfrom £80.00
Welsh Mountain Zoo

Welsh Mountain Zoo

Enter the world of the Welsh Mountain Zoo and you enter a world of natural wonder. As one of North Wales' top attractions, high above Colwyn Bay with panoramic views and breathtaking scenery, its beautiful gardens are home to this caring conservation zoo. The Welsh Mountain Zoo is just 3 minutes drive from the A55 Expressway - exit at Junction 20 at Rhos-on-Sea interchange.

Winged Wonders: New and enhanced flying displays. Experience the wonder and variety of our fine collection of birds. From the large brightly coloured macaw to the hunting skills of the owl and hawk in our twice daily flying demonstrations. Condor Haven is the spectacular new home for our Andean condors.
Chimp Encounter: New! Our live presenter will introduce members of the chimpanzee family to zoo visitors. This zoonique presentation enables visitors to encounter chimpanzees and learn about their life in the wild through an audio visual presentation. Sealions Rock! : This fabulous pool and activity arena is the setting for the most exciting and intruiging displays you may ever see. Watch as the Californian sealions dive and dip, swim and play and do what they do best - show off!
Penguins Playtime: Penguin manian at its best! Watch them walk and waddle and fly through water.

Hotels near Welsh Mountain Zoo
Rathlin Country House5 starfrom £75.00
Bryn Holcombe4 starfrom £65.00
West Point Hotel2 starfrom £45.00
West Point Hotel2 starfrom £77.50
Colbourn Hotel from £48.00

Other Attraction near Llandudno

  • Conwy Castle - This gritty dark-stoned fortress has the rare ability to evoke an authentic medieval atmosphere. Conceived and created in just four years, Conwy Castle remains one of the outstanding achievements of medieval military architecture.
  • Aberconwy House - Aberconwy House is a 14th-century merchant's house, it is the only medieval merchant's house in Conwy to have survived the turbulent history of this walled town over nearly six centuries.
  • Bodnant Garden - The garden at Bodnant is one of the finest in the world. It is situated above the River Conwy on ground sloping to the south-west and looks across the valley towards the Snowdonia range.