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Top Attractions in Llandudno
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- The zig zag steep roadway will take you to the top, plenty of parking or take the cable car from the bottom and then the tramway.
Stunning 360 degree views, windy at the top but a must do when in Llandudno.Written 5 August 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Lovely place to visit. Beautiful scenery. Clean environment. Highly recommend. Will definitely be returning.Written 9 August 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A short walk from the half way tram. My 7yr old won't sit still for long, so we skipped part of the video and headed straight for the mine. With interesting quick facts, being underground and 'scarey bits' like walking over deep caverns on metal grids, this was so thrilling that he insisted on going through twice. As a mum on entertainment duty for a week I liked that we weren't tied to doing all the bits that didn't capture his attention but that he could be completely fascinated and absorbed by the bits that did. The shop also has items for every budget. We came away educated and satisfied.Written 9 August 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- From the ticket office to the top of the Orme, the staff were friendly. We had been warned it was rough up there and it was, but we loved the tram ride (stopping half way to visit the mines), the views, the little rest stop at the top. I also got a little thrill from noseying at the workshop - beautifully organised :D Be prepared for big weather differences between the bottom and top!Written 9 August 2022
- Lovely quiet, sandy beach.
Shame the paddling pool has turned into an uncared for 'boating' lake complete with scummy water and dead seagull floating in it.
Plus few public toilets.
However, it was a welcome break from the busier North beach.Written 6 August 2022
- The pier has food stalls, ice cream stalls, and sweet stalls along with little shops, arcades and kids rides. There is a cafe at the end where you can also get alcoholic drinks if you require.
The toilets are right at the end of the pier, but we’re not nice at all. Looked like they hadn’t been cleaned for days a let down to the pier.
A very popular attraction and gets really busy in the day, better around tea time when it quietens off.Written 11 August 2022
- Lovely little museum, plenty to see, dated but that's just how I like it, well worth a visit to see the shop and room displays from WW11 as well as interesting bits n' bobs, I really enjoyed it though if it was busy may feel a little closed in for some. However, only a couple in there when I was there and I loved it.Written 11 August 2022
- Been here a few times now and it always impresses me. The seals weren’t there this time because there was a family of adults and kids on the actual beach!!!!
I always thought that you were not allowed on there and it was only for the seals!! 😡
There were some seals bobbing around in the sea waiting to come ashore sadly.Written 9 August 2022
- Not far from the seafront and pier. Beautiful gardens and scenery. Every time we go to Llandudno, we visit here just to sit peacefully and take in the scenery.Written 11 August 2022
- Decided to take the cable car to the town from the Great Orme.
Cash only was a bit of a suprise.
The plan was to take the cable car down and the tramway back( that is another story)
The ride was most enjoyable with stunning views over Llandudno.
It was a glorious day weather wise which made the ride even better.Written 14 July 2022
- Children, adults and the dog loved splashing through the long sweeps of warm water when the tide had gone out.Written 31 July 2022
- Visited for a couple of hours - Enjoyed feeding the animals and the play area. It was a shame there were no tractor rides or donkey rides when we visited. Small entry fee - don't need to book in advance.Written 5 August 2022
- When walking the Coast path on Rhyl to Llandudno we missed the path from Penrhyn to Little Orme so went back into Craigside to walk it. about a third of the way up the main road into Llandudno there is a a gap which take some some way up Little Orme before going down two separate levels on the Penrhyn side.
There is an outside chance of seeing seals at Angel bay if further incentive was needed before exiting through a housing estate that takes you back to the main road
You could come back the way you cam rather than the main road but probably a bit more of a slog uphill on the OrmeWritten 24 July 2022
- Marine Drive is the most amazing road I've ever driven along. The views and geography of the Orme are breathtaking. The whole road has a pavement too on the side closest to the sea so it can be walked along too in safety. If you only visit one place in the whole of North Wales I'd recommend the Great Orme and all it has to offer. One of these is this exceptional road/path. Prepare to be amazed...Written 2 August 2022
- Visited mid-week so unable to attend a service. Visited the craft fair in the Church hall, had a lovely cup of coffee and bara brith. Saw a concert advertised for the following evening but sadly unable to attend.Written 1 July 2022
Frequently Asked Questions about Llandudno
- The best day trips from Llandudno according to Tripadvisor travellers are:
- North Wales Adventure Sightseeing Day Trip from Liverpool
- Portmeirion, Castles and Snowdonia Tour
- Snowdonia & The 3 Castles Tour
- Full-Day North Wales Sightseeing Adventure from Manchester
- CHESTER: North Wales Adventure - Sightseeing Day Trip Tour