Snowdonia National Park

Snowdonia National Park was established in 1951 and is the second largest of the 11 National Parks in England and Wales. The Park covers 2,132 square km (823 square miles) and stretches from Cardigan Bay's High Water Mark in the west, to the Conwy Valley in the east and from the River Dyfi and its estuary in the south to the coast of Conwy Bay as far as Conwy in the north.


Snowdon Mountain Railwayexternal link

snowdon railway
Take a ride on Britain’s highest rack railway and see the rooftop of Wales.  Starting at Llanberis Station, take the picturesque journey to the top of Mount Snowdon.  You will see a beautiful waterfall, go through an ancient forest and pass through the Rocky Valley before reaching Hafod Eryi.

Hafod Eryriexternal link

hafod eryri
Hafod Eryri is the new visitor centre on the summit of Mount Snowdon. It is uniquely designed with a ‘window on the world’ wall of glass so you can take in the view. Caffi y Copa offers hot tea and bowls of steaming cawl (a warming Welsh soup), whatever the weather. The centre also has an education centre and shop. 

Tree Top Adventureexternal link

tree top
Have an adventurous journey, deep in the forest of Betws-y-Coed, high in the tree tops. If you like an adrenaline rush try the Powerfan Plummet. It’s a parachute simulator and 31 metre high – jump if you dare. 

Plas Y Brenin, National Mountain Centreexternal link

National mountain centre
Want to learn a new sport with the whole family? The National Mountain Centre tailors a whole range of activities for you and your children together, all under expert supervision. 


Greenwood Forest Parkexternal link

greenwood park
An Eco park with a difference - Ride the Green Dragon, the world's first environmentally-friendly roller coaster that generates more electricity than it uses in a year. 

Ogwen Warden Centreexternal link

Ogwen Warden Centre
Get the kids ready before your walk in to the spectacular Carneddau and Glyderau mountains. The warden centre has excellent facilities including a café, toilets, information room and warden office.

The National Slate Museumexternal link

slate museum
The National Slate Museum offers a day full of enjoyment and education in a dramatically beautiful landscape on the shores of Llyn Padarn. Travel into the past of an industry and a way of life that has chiselled itself into the very being of this country. 

Swallow Falls Waterfallsexternal link

swallow falls
Take the kids to see the impressive Swallow Falls Waterfalls, one of the highest continuous waterfalls in Wales. There is a viewing platform or if you are adventurous take the path along the river.

Electric Mountainexternal link

electric mountain
Electric Mountain is First Hydro Company's Visitor centre in Llanberis. Take the kids on a tour of the Dinorwig Power Station going deep inside Elidir Mountain. You will see Dinorwig's massive pump/turbines and discover how water is used to power a nation.

Children's Farm Parkexternal link

farm park
Go on a day out to the farm. See all the kids favourite farm animals like pigs, hens, goats, rabbits and more. After you’ve seen the animals why not go a tractor ride or have a game of crazy golf.

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