Love to get out and about? Looking for things to do and see in North Wales? With castles, adrenalin-fuelled activities, museums and much more all in one place, Explore makes it easy to plan your perfect day out.

As well as providing a comprehensive guide to attractions across Anglesey, Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula, we tell you all the things you really need to know - is there a café on site, and if not where's the closest place to get something to eat?  How long can I expect my visit to last?  Is it suitable for young children?  

There's so much to see and do on this little jewel of an island that we're sure you'll find something to suit everyone and for every occasion.

Dive into the Island's rich history - Llynnon Mill, Parys Mountain, Beaumaris Castle and Oriel Ynys Mon are just some of the exciting gateways to Anglesey's past, or enjoy fun-filled family days out at Foel Farm Park, Pili Palas and Anglesey Sea Zoo.  

Take a look at what Anglesey has to offer and plan your next day out with Explore.

Attractions on Anglesey

Castles, gardens, steam railways, museums and adventure. There’s so much to do in this beautifully diverse part of Wales.

Families will love Greenwood Forest Park, heading underground to the giant trampolines at Bounce Below or booking a family lesson at Surf Snowdonia - the inland surf lake in the Conwy Valley. The National Slate Museum, the iconic castles standing proud around the coastline or Conwy's Plas Mawr, the Elizabethan townhouse take you back to different eras in Snowdonia's past.

If you are after thrills, we have high speed zipwires, tree top adventures and forest coaster rides waiting to set pulses racing.

Attractions in Snowdonia

If you are after high-octane attractions, then this rural patchwork of fields edged by beautiful coastline and turquoise waters probably isn't for you!

Discover local artists at Oriel Plas Glyn y Weddw and Oriel Tonnau,  learn about prime minister Lloyd George who hailed from the Llyn at the museum dedicated to his life, or soak up the views across Cardigan Bay from the walls of Criccieth Castle. For fun on two wheels, why not book a Segway adventure?

Attractions on the Llyn Peninsula
View Filters