To make your holiday easier, we've compiled a list of some of our top attractions based on their popularity, culture to the town and history.
The Pier was first constructed in the late 19th century, and it has kept tourists coming ever since to see its marvel. Ideal for families and couples.
Throughout the year, you can catch performers from all walks of life performing on the Llandudno Bandstand - it's incredible. Ideal for anyone.
Make your way further down the North Shore Promenade and you'll stumble across the Llandudno Paddling Pool with a nearby children's park. Ideal for all ages.
Happy Valley is home to wildlife animals and plants, family walks, a putting green, a ski slope and the cable car base station, all situated on the side of the Great Orme in Llandudno. If you're coming to Llandudno, you simply must visit Happy Valley.
The Great Orme Tramway is Britain’s only cable-hauled public road tramway and has been delighting visitors from near and far since it opened on July 31st 1902. It starts from the King's Head in Llandudno and stops at the Summit Complex on the Great Orme.
The Cable Car from the Happy Valley to the Great Orme Summit is, at over one mile each way, the longest Aerial Cabin Lift in the United Kingdom. It was built in 1969, and if you decide to take a ride, you'll enjoy views of Puffin Island, Angelsea and even further!
A brilliant weekend full of Victorian-esque novelties - it's great for families, with a range of fairground rides, stalls, even steam trains!
There are performers and other fairground games to enjoy too.
The Llandudno Christmas Market sees artisans from across North Wales and extending even further, with stalls and entertainment that's great for families with young children.
Around the town, you can find various Alice in Wonderland statues - there's also an app you can download on your smartphone to explore the adventure of Alice in Wonderland, it's a great way to spend a day with the family!