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Foel Farm Park


Brynsiencyn Llanfairpwllgwyngyll Isle of Anglesey LL61 6TQ

phone: 01248 430646

A great day out on Anglesey in North Wales for all the family.
Pay once on entry and all the rides are FREE.
Foel Farm Park near Brynsiencyn on Anglesey offers a great family visit to experience the sights, sounds and smells of a real working farm. We invite all visitors to meet, touch and feed the animals.

SEE a real farm at work
MEET and feed the animals
ENJOY the wonderful setting
Foel Farm is situated in a beautiful beachside location on Anglesey in North Wales with stunning views of Caernarfon Castle, the Menai Straits and Snowdonia.

There are tractor & trailer and quad bike & mini-trailer rides, pony rides, chances to feed and meet the farm animals, and a lot more!

There is also a Café & Bistro Bar, Gift Shop and even a Chocolate Workshop where you can see chocolates being made - something for children and adults alike.

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Beaumaris Gaol


Steeple Lane Beaumaris Isle of Anglesey LL58 8EP

phone: 01248 810921

Beaumaris Gaol in Steeple Lane was built in 1829 by Joseph Hansom, the man who also designed the Hansom Cab. It is famous for its brutal punishment methods and a number of hangings took place there. It is now a museum with exhibits, some rather gruesome, revealing what it must have been like for prisoners then.

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Tacla Taid


Tyddyn Pwpas, Newborough Llanfairpwllgwyngyll Isle of Anglesey LL61 6TN

phone: 01248 440344

Tacla Taid, the Anglesey Transport and Agriculture Museum , is the largest of its kind in Wales . It features displays of cars, motorbikes, commercial and farm vehicles and static engines. There is also a children's play area, a souvenir shop and a tea room

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RSPB South Stack Cliffs

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Holyhead Isle of Anglesey LL65 1YH

phone: 01407 762100

Set on the western edge of Anglesey, the dramatic cliffs, wide seascape and heather-covered landscapes of the RSPB's South Stack reserve offer something for everyone. Whether it's the dramatic setting of the 19th century lighthouse and suspension bridge at the foot of 60 metre (200 ft) cliffs or the fragrance and colour of the coastal heath and spectacle of thousands of nesting sea birds perched perilously on cliff edges - you are bound to find something to delight when you visit.

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Canolfan Ulcheldre Centre


Millbank Holyhead Isle of Anglesey LL65 1TE

phone: 01407 763341

The Ucheldre Centre is a community effort to provide those who live in and visit Holyhead, and nearby parts of north-west Wales, with a centre for arts events, exhibitions, and other community activities of an educational and cultural kind. No comparable multi-purpose facility exists elsewhere in the region, and in its distinctive mixture of artistic and community events the Ucheldre Centre may well be the only venue of its kind in Britain.

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Pili Palas Nature World


Penmynydd Road Menai Bridge Isle of Anglesey LL59 5RP

phone: 01248 712474

Pili Palas Nature World is a great day out whatever the weather – but pay us a visit, or browse this site, and you’ll soon see that it really is a jungle in here!

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Starida Sea Services


Little Bryn Beaumaris Isle of Anglesey

phone: 01248 810251

Starida sea services operate 3 dual purpose and versatile Angling/Pleasure Cruise boats on the Menai Straits at Beaumaris Pier.

All 3 vessels and Skippers are licensed directly through the M S A (Marine Safety Agency) to the highest standards of safety for operating up to 60 miles offshore carrying up to 12 passengers. And with two of their vessels, 57 passengers (Island Princess) and 85 passengers (Starida 4) on license classes 5 AMPERSAND 6 for the pleasure cruises on the Menai Straits.

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Anglesey Riding Centre


Tal Y Foel, Dwyran Llanfairpwllgwyngyll Isle of Anglesey LL61 6LQ

phone: 01248430377

Set alongside the beautiful Menai Straits with stunning views of Caernarfon Castle and the Snowdonia mountain range beyond, you won’t find horse riding in more involving surroundings.

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