Bodnant Gardens is a National Trust site and is renowned for it's botanical collections and spectacular views across Snowdonia. The gardens, located in Tal y Cafn, Conwy Valley has won many awards and was created primarily by Lord Aberconway (Henry McLaren) who then gave it to The National Trust in 1949.
Bodafon Farm is located near the promenade in Craig Y Don, Llandudno. Bodafon is a full working Welsh Farm and prizes itself with their free range animals and facilities. Kids will love this attraction as they can interact and feed the animals, visit the play area and ride on the mini tractors.
Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa)
Snowdon in the beautiful Snowdonia National Park, North Wales is the highest mountain in Wales and the second highest in Britain. Standing at 3,560ft high, it really is spectacular to visit.
The Great Orme Summit & Copper Mines
Whether you walk, drive or take the tram, The Great Orme is the best place to see breath-taking views of Llandudno and the surrounding areas to Anglesey. The Orme is a special area of conservation because it contains habitats and species that are rare and threatened in Europe.
Welsh Mountain Zoo
The Welsh Mountain Zoo is the national zoo of Wales. The 37 acre zoo is placed half a mile from the town of Colwyn Bay. The zoo has beautiful gardens, wooden pathways and adventure playgrounds to explore. It holds numerous species of animals that include British and Worldwide.
Conwy Water Gardens
Conwy Water Gardens is located just outside if Conwy in Rowen. If you just want to go and feed the ducks or do a spot of fishing for the afternoon, the water gardens is a great place to visit.
Alice in Wonderland Trail
The Alice in Wonderland Trail is a new 2014 e-digital tour using a downloadable mobile app 'Follow the white rabbit'. The aim of the tour is to learn about Llandudno and it's heritage. You follow the bronze circular disks imbedded into pavements and 19 cast rabbit markers around Llandudno. You will come to some unique wooden statues of Alice in Wonderland characters
Tree Top Adventure
This unique high ropes cantre, Betws y Coed started as a small buisness back in 2007. Since then buisness has flourished and now has the highest powerfan plummet in the world. It has numerous adventure courses to tackle. It is great fun for the whole family. Even if you're not a fan of hights there are still many things to do.
Home Front Experience
The World War II Home Front Experience is based in Llandudno and is a unique take on a museum. You can take a self-guided tour around the indoor museum and learn about the history of World War II and how it was won.