Our Top Picks For Family Days Out in North Wales1st Feb
Our Top Picks For Family Days Out – The Best Family Attractions in North Wales
Wondering what to do with your little people during half term? Whilst there’s still a chill in the air, we’re welcoming brighter days and crisp skies. Head to stunning North Wales and visit one of the many brilliant attractions designed to keep little minds and legs busy and entertained….
Family Friendly Attraction in North Wales
A favourite for many visitors to North Wales across the UK is the Welsh Mountain Zoo. Perched on the hillside overlooking the Welsh Sea and Conwy, the Welsh Mountain Zoo is home to hundreds of different species of wildlife. Explore the gardens, paths, and enclosures and learn about the wonderful animals that live there.
Island Life – Looking for a Family Attraction in Anglesey?
For those keen to explore what lies beneath, head to Anglesey Sea Zoo! The Zoo gives an amazing insight into the diversity of British marine life that’s right on our doorstep, offering young minds the chance to discover more about creatures from around the UK coast. There’s also an adventure playground, a bouncy castle, and crazy golf. With plenty of outdoor space and picnic benches, the Sea Zoo offers a brilliant day out for all.
Hidden Gem – An Outdoor Attraction in Snowdonia
For littler legs, Greenwood Family Park is picture-perfect! Nestled beneath the treetops, in the foothills of Eryri National Park, activities are dotted across a forest clearing, within 27 magical acres. Make a splash on the UK’s only solar-powered water ride, jump aboard the world’s first people-powered roller coaster, or zoom down the longest sledge run in Wales! Children will love discovering the bouncy Giant Jumper, exploring the turrets of Treetop Towers, and prepare to be dazzled in the Forest Theatre.
Perfect for a Rainy Day – Indoor Attraction in Caernarfon
Suitable for any age is the Fun Centre , North Wales’ biggest indoor adventure play centre. From 25ft high giant drop slides, rope bridges, tube slides, climbing nets, rope swings, and tumble towers for the older kids. Plus, ball pools, and a separate under 5’s play area for smaller children. The whole family can join in with the Laser Space Sport game, or you can race each other around the track on our mini electric Go-Carts.
Staying on the Peninsula? Our Favourite Family Attraction in Pwllheli
Also perfect for all the family is Glasfryn Parc . With vast indoor and outdoor spaces packed with tonnes of activities, this is sure to keep the family entertained for the whole day. The beautiful lakes are home to an Aqua Park, where you can learn to Wakeboard with qualified instructors, or if you’re an experienced wakeboarder, challenge yourself on the many obstacles. Adrenaline seekers should head for the tower and leap onto ‘The Blob’, sending your friends flying through the air into the lake. Or, if you’re after a more relaxing water sport, why not take in the stunning mountain views from our kayaks or SUP’s. Race around the flood-lit Go-Kart Circuits, practice your aim at Clay Pigeon Shooting, Archery or Crazy Golf or when your ready to take it down an octave, head inside for some Ten-Pin Bowling.
Family Attraction Nestled in the Conwy Valley
Older children are sure to love Adventure Parc Snowdonia , home to the world’s first inland surf lagoon, where man-made waves roll against a backdrop of mountains and forests. Whilst inside, the ‘Adrenaline Indoors’ facility, makes sure the weather doesn’t put a dampener on your fun.
South Snowdonia – A Mid Wales Family Attraction
Deep underground there is an entire world to discover. King Arthur’s Labyrinth in Corris is an underground adventure where you sail through the magical portal of a waterfall, back in time and into the Dark Ages. Legendary tales of King Arthur and other Welsh legends spill out as you’re guided through the caverns by a hooded boatman. You’ll hear stories of dragons, giants, fierce battles, and more, with dramatic scenes, light, and sound. King Arthur’s Labyrinth share its site with the Corris Craft Centre where you can see nine handmade crafts in action, including the multi award-winning Dyfi Gin Distillery. You can even have a go at making your own crafts.
There is so much to do across the region with something for everyone during this busy half-term break. Download our map and discover more…