The Great Orme Tramway

The Great Orme Tramway is Britain’s largest funicular tramway. The Tramway climbs the mile long journey to the top of the spectacular Great Orme, along the way you will see some spectacular views with many photo opportunities.


The Cable Cars

Scared of heights? Definitely do it anyway. The views offered to you from taking the cable car route are simply breathtaking and cannot be replicated by taking any other form of transportation, well nearly, so unless you have a helicopter or own a plane; this is a must for a great experience and stunning photographic opportunities.



Bodysgallen Hall

This majestic manor house is a Grade 1 listed building, it currently functions as a hotel including an amazing spa. But before we go inside, it is important to notice the beauty of this historic buildings surroundings and gardens, from start to finish a visit here is a wonderful, pleasant and fulfilling experience and we would most certainly recommend you visit.

Medieval castle, Conway, Wales © Arena Photo UK

Conwy Castle

The Conwy Castle has to be up there in the top 10 for any history fan. This castle is bursting with stories and histories to enthral people of all ages, its lovely surrounding town of Conwy is full of little treats to discover. At night the Castle is lit up from many different angles and provides a fantastic view from the marina close-by.


Llandudno & Conwy Open Top Sightseeing Tour

Now, you can’t be a tourist and not take a ride on one of these. Hop on and off at any of the many locations you will be driven to and enjoy Llandudno as it is meant to be enjoyed..


Snowdon Mountain Railway (18 miles, Llanberis)

Snowdon Mountain Railway is a train journey that is a must when visiting Wales. Snowdon, at 3,560ft dominates the landscape of Snowdonia National Park. Claim this mountain peak, the highest in Wales, as a lifetime’s achievement.