Attractions

The Berwyn Mountains stretch all the way from Llangollen in the east, along the Dee Valley, to Bala in the west. The highest peak is…
Castell Dinas Brân is a medieval castle located within the earthworks of an earlier Iron Age hillfort and was probably built in the 1260s by…
Dragon's Den indoor children's play area is within Maxines bookshop and caféCastle Street LL20 8NY www.cafeandbooks.co.uk facebook.com
Gwalia Ceramics is a unique Gallery promoting and selling beautiful ceramics made by established Makers as well as those just embarking on their careers. Our…
Make today special and bring the family to Llangollen Railway. Your visit will captivate, charm and engage you, leaving you with many lasting memories. We…
Horse-drawn boat trips go from the canal wharf towards the Horseshoe Falls, which were built by Thomas Telford c. 1808 to feed water into the…
Llangollen Museum in Parade Street is housed in an unusual mid-20th century, circular building reminiscent of a castle tower. Run mainly by volunteer staff, it…
Llangollen Motor Car and Motor Cycle Museum houses a nostalgic collection of cars and bikes dating from 1912 to 1975 plus ephemera associated with the…
Plas Newydd, Llangollen is a stone built house converted into a gothic ‘fantasy’ by its most famous inhabitants – ‘The Ladies of Llangollen'. The ladies…
The ROYAL INTERNATIONAL PAVILION is a quality venue for all kinds of events including the International Musical Eisteddfod in July and the Food Festival in…
ST COLLEN’S CHURCH is dedicated to an Irish-Welsh monk, Collen, who is reputed to have arrived in Llangollen by coracle in the 7th century. The…
The abbey of Valle Crucis (Abaty Glyn Egwestyl or Abaty Glyn y Groes in Welsh) lies to the north of Llangollen and was founded by…
The Victoria Promenade is a delightful walk bordering the River Dee. It was opened in 1897 to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria and…