Attractions close by

Harrington’s is ideally placed to explore the many attractions of Llandudno and North Wales. Situated in the heart of the town close to the award winning Beaches within easy reach of the spectacular Snowdonia National Park, and the Historic Heritage sites of Conwy and Caernarfon and many more.

There are so many things that make Llandudno so special –

Why not take the Tramway up to the Great Orme summit which has breath taking views, the journey is half the fun! Experience travelling in one of the beautiful restored tramcars which are more than 100 years old, on the only UK cable-hauled tramway still in operation on British public roads as well as the longest funicular tramway.

Enjoy an hour long tour along Marine Drive on an Historic Classic Coach taking in the views of the Great Orme along the way.

The colourful and fun Land Train runs between the North & West Shores. Take the train and enjoy a new experience, fun for all ages. The West shore gives you some of the best views of the Conway Estuary, a must for the children as well as adults.

Take a high flying ride to the Summit of the Great Orme on the longest cable car in the UK if you dare!

First opened in 1878 the Pier is the longest in Wales. Take in the views as you walk along one of the UK’s finest examples of a Victorian Pier.

Llandudno (Maesdu) Golf Club - An 18 hole championship parkland course enjoying a coastal setting.
North Wales Golf Club - Situated on the West Shore enjoying views over the Conwy Estuary.

Enjoyed by all levels of skiers and snowboarders alike. Why not try the “sno-tubes” which are large inflatable rings down the hill, or the Cresta Run which at 750 metres is the longest toboggan run in Wales.

Round off a visit to the Great Orme with a trip to this Bronze Age Mine with its 4000 year old underground caverns.

A visit to this well respected award winning Gallery to appreciate the best of International Contemporary Art is a must.

One of North Wales Premier Entertainment & Arts Venues, with its Theatre, Arena and Conference Centre. Enjoy a variety of shows from Ballet, Opera, Dance and Drama and not forgetting the all-important seasonal Panto.

Enjoy a very different walk around Llandudno by following the White Rabbit Footprints –

Alice Liddell, the young girl who inspired Lewis Carroll to write the famous Alice in Wonderland stories spent many happy childhood holidays with her family in Llandudno during the 1860s and 1870s.

The strong connection between the town and Alice has been marked by a series of wooden figures from the tales, so why not follow the bronze White Rabbit Footprints set into the pavements and see how many you can find? Look out for the Queen of Hearts, the Mad Hatter, White Rabbit and of course Alice herself. Pick up a town trail map from the Tourist Information Office or download the White Rabbit App for a Digital E-Tour.

include the well-loved Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza in May and the spectacular Christmas Market in November, not forgetting all the other events taking place throughout the year including the Llandudno Air Show, Car Rally stages and Llandudno Arts Weekend.

Please note some attractions may operate seasonal opening times, please check with relevant websites or Tourist Information Centre for further information.

Contact Details

Harringtons at 14
Chapel Street
LL30 2SY

Tel: 01492 877531

“Where should I go?” said Alice, "That depends on where you want to end up" said the Cheshire Cat.”