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Ten Top Attractions - each with a thousand tales to tell!


GreenWood Forest Park visitor centre was built using 400 year old methods: its green oak frames are held together by 500 hand made pegs. The Crocodile board-walk maze is Britain's longest.

Snowdon Mountain Railway is Britain's only public rack and pinion railway. At 3,493 feet it's by far the highest. A steam locomotive's journey to the summit uses 400 gallons of water.


Portmeirion Village & Gardens: Castell Deudraethwas first built by two 12th century princes of Meirionnydd. Today, all Portmeirion's buildings are listed, even the corrugated iron garages!

Caernarfon had been one of the historic centres of Britain long before its castle was built in 1283. More than a thousand years earlier this was the site of the Roman fort of Segontium


Tweedmill Factory Outlet: Textiles were the most important of the Welsh craft industries. Tweedmill was the country's last working weaving mill, only ceasing production in 1999.

Rhyl SunCentre's pools contain 4.5 million litres of bubbling water!... a ride on the indoor monorail will give you a bird’s eye view of all the fun, including Wales's longest water slides.


The Welsh Mountain Zoo’s Education Department is developing to meet the needs of modern environmental thinking, catering for schools, families and individual visitors. A wide variety of worksheets and learning sessions are available from the Zoo’s full time Education Officer. Our Education Centre provides an opportunity to get to grips with an array of fascinating animal artefacts.

Zoo goers can find valuable information about the animals on enclosure signs, by listening to keeper talks or by joining one of the guided walks conducted by a Zoo volunteer. The Welsh Mountain Zoo aims to raise public interest and awareness of the natural world. This will create a respect and concern for animals and their habitats which in turn will help to motivate visitors and mobilise resources for conservation.

Llechwedd Slate Caverns: The sizes of roofing slate take their names from ladies titles ... so, for example, 24x12 inches is a Duchess and 20x10 is a Countess. The largest is a Princess: 24x14.

"100 years ago, the Great Orme Tramway transported goods as well as passengers - even coffins for burial at St. Tudno's church. Mouners were charged the full fare, plus a fee for the coffin!"

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Bodnant Garden's Pin Mill is a lovely open-fronted building with an unexpected history. It began life in Gloucester and was dismantled brick by brick to be re-built here on the Canal Terrace.

Pili Palas Butterfly Palace & Nature World. Reticulated pythons (the longest of all snakes) like to live near villages hunting for chickens and pigs. Sometimes children are on the menu too!

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