Groups North Wales

Telephone: 01492 531 731


For a small place, North Wales has a big list of attractions.

Take a gentle trip on a horse-drawn canal boat, or journey deep underground at Llechwedd.

Head to the Great Orme and travel on board the UK’s only cable hauled public road tramway or get acquainted on a narrow gauge steam train.

Whatever you choose to do, it’s easy to see what makes North Wales so… well, attractive.

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The Welsh Mountain Zoo

Contact: Group Department

Flagstaff Estate
Old Highway
Colwyn Bay
LL28 5UY

Phone: 01492 532 938


Go Wild in Wales for a great day out in a friendly caring conservation zoo in lovely garden surroundings.

Spend a perfect day at the National Zoo of Wales in the company of rare and endangered animals from around the world including tigers, monkeys and sea lions. 

Special Events:
See website for details Dates Open:
All year except Christmas Day

Opening Times:
Apr – Oct: 9.30am – 6pm, last admission before 5pm
Nov – Mar: 9.30am – 5pm, last admission before 4pm

Net Group Rates:
Adults: £10;
Child/OAP £7.15;
Prices apply for groups of 15+

The Great Orme Tramway

Contact: Lisa Madden

Victoria Station,
Church Walks,
LL30 2NB

Phone: 01492 577 877


Delighting visitors since 1902, the tramway is a unique attraction for all ages.  Climb aboard one of our beautifully restored tramcars and begin your ascent through the winding roads of the Great Orme to the summit.

At the Halfway Station you can observe the powerful funicular railway system in action.

Jump onto another beautifully restored tramcar to complete your journey to the summit, where you can sit and relax while taking in the splendid views of North Wales and beyond!

Dates Open:
Open late March to late October 7 days a week

Opening Times:
10am - 6pm (closes 5pm March and October)

Net Group Rates:
Special discounts for families and groups

Bodelwyddan Castle and Park

Contact: Michelle Oatway

LL18 5YA

Phone: 01745 584060


Bodelwyddan Castle is a unique and prestigious heritage venue.  With over 600 years of history, the historic house today is a museum and Welsh home of the National Portrait Gallery.

The extensive Country Park features fascinating First World War trenches, gardens and beautiful woodland.  Our hands-on galleries, year-round events and activities for children make us a favorite family friendly attraction too.

Access - Guided tours; trained VIP guides and tactile resources; BSL multimedia guide; induction loop free WiFi; disabled coach drop-off zone.

Driver Incentives - Complimentary ticket; meal voucher; free familiarization pass; free parking; easy access from A55.

Special Events:
Please see website for details Net Group Rates:
Please see website

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