Llandudno is a great place to visit with many things to see and do, including lovely beaches and coastline, historical buildings, museums and attractive surrounding countryside. For entertainment, you could visit Venue Cymru to see a wide range of performances including music, drama, comedy and children’s shows, a drama performance at the Theatr Colwyn or a film at Cineworld. If you’re eating out, you’ll find a good range of restaurants in Llandudno, with cuisines that include traditional Welsh dishes and also international cuisines, and there’s a good choice of pubs and bars for a lively evening out.
There’s a wide range for shopping including at the Victoria Centre and Mostyn Champneys Retail Park, which both have a large choice of stores for many requirements. For business, there are a number of conference centres in Llandudno, including Venue Cymru, and Liverpool John Lennon Airport which is 67 miles away, is the closest option for international air travel.
Llandudno Car Hire
Wherever you are in Llandudno, it’s guaranteed that you’ll to get a car from one of the leading suppliers who provide Llandudno car hire services, you can choose from many of the suppliers including Avis, Enterprise, Europcar, Firefly, Hertz, InterRent, Sixt and others.
Among the things you might like to do during your trip to Llandudno, here are some suggestions:
You can visit this fascinating museum with collections displaying the history of the area from prehistoric times. The collections here include Ice Age human and animal bones, ancient coins, Roman pottery, Bronze Age tools, medieval shields and World War exhibits.
You can come to this great beach which has many features to enjoy, including the popular Punch and Judy shows, donkey rides and music at the bandstand. Children can also enjoy the paddling pool and there are also boat tours along the coast, along with speedboat rides. You can also have a fun ride on the train beside the beach, or simply relax on the sand with an ice-cream and look out across the sea.
This long 19th century pier is Grade II listed and is a delight to visit, with a funfair, various shops and cafes, a number of amusement arcades and events during the summer months.
Close to Llandudno is Conwy Castle which was built in the 13th century and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can come and see this impressive stone fortification with its huge towers, turrets and walls, and admire the architecture which has been well preserved, and you’ll have great views across the town and coast from the towers.
Llandudno Cable Car
You could take a ride on the cable car and enjoy wonderful views across the area. The enjoyable cable car ride will take you to the Great Orme peak where you can see for miles across the bay and sea, and then walk around the Great Orme at the top where you can enjoy the landscape and nature, see the Snowdonian mountains and have something to eat in the restaurant there.
This is a contemporary art gallery with regular interesting exhibitions from both national and international artists, and the varied range of works include paintings, sculpture, installations and photographs.
Home Front Experience
You can visit this museum which displays what it was like for people living during World War II. The collections include reconstructions of wartime rooms and shops with everyday household items, along with ration books and gas masks, and you can hear 1940’s music being played during your visit, adding to the atmosphere.
Conwy Nature Reserve
You can come to this reserve to enjoy the lovely nature of the area around the wetland and estuary. You can relax in the peace and tranquility of the area and spot the many varieties of birds, and there are trails to walk along as well as attractive views of the surrounding landscape.
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