Llandudno, Caernarfonshire

Llandudno Postcard

A traditional seaside resort, you'll find the usual boat trips, Punch and Judy, Victorian pier, bandstand, swimming pool, ten-pin bowling and an excellent shopping centre.

Dominating the sky line is Great Orme on which you can take the cable-operated tramway or cable cars offering breathtaking views over the Conwy estuary and Snowdonia.

Llandudno also has a traditional seaside pier.

Llandudno's Local Attractions

As Bodafon is a real working farm so activities that you may see and take part in vary from daya to day during the seasons. You may be able to watch the farmer shear the sheep and plough and harvest, and help him milk the cows, collect the eggs and round up the sheep.

Following a short audio visual presentation your tours will take you underground to explore the 3,500 year old passages of the only Bronze Age copper mine open to the public in the World. See how the oldest part of the complex was mined 4,000 years ago and how our Prehistoric ancestors turned rock into metal.

The Great Orme Tramway is a ride that has been thrilling young and old alike for over 100 years and is Britain's only cable-hauled, public road tramway that still uses the original Victorian carriages. Admire the views on route on then takes some time to explore the other attractions at the summit.

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