Things to do in North Wales

North Wales has rapidly become one of the world’s leading tourist destinations – with so many things to do, it’s easy to see why.

Alice Trail in North Wales.

Alice in Wonderland Trail (Llandudno)

24-min drive from Bodelwyddan Castle, LL30 1BB
Alice Liddell (the real Alice in Wonderland who inspired Lewis Carroll) spent many a summer holiday in Llandudno, and now you can follow in her fictional footsteps and search across Llandudno for the Wonderland-inspired statues and carved figures. Maps are available from all tourist information areas.

Bodnant Gardens in North Wales.

Bodnant Gardens

23-min drive from Bodelwyddan Castle, LL28 5RE
Bodnant Gardens are famous for their five Italian terraces that feature two rose gardens, ornamental pools and pergola walkways. The gardens have undergone extensive conservation work over the last few years and the benefits are clear to see, a beautiful landscape that changes with the seasons.

Steam Railway in North Wales

Snowdon Mountain Railway

50-min drive from Bodelwyddan Castle, LL55 4TT
Definitely the easiest way to climb Mount Snowdon, the mountain railway is also the most picturesque with panoramic views out over the national park. It is the only public “rack and pinion” railway in the UK, allowing the trains to operate on the steep gradient of Snowdon.

Great Orme in North Wales.

The Great Orme

30-min drive from Bodelwyddan Castle, LL30 2ND
The Great Orme is a 207-m tall chunk of limestone rising straight out of the sea, accessible by walking, driving, cable car or the Great Orme tramway. Boasting heathlands, sheer cliffs, grassland and woodland, the area is also home to the Kashmir Goats that have become famous during lockdown times.



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