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Inigo Jones

Anglesey Sea Zoo see the Best of British marine life at Anglesey’s leading, all weather family attraction. Meet amazing invertebrates in the No Bone Zone, see the wolf fish lair and creep through the Seven Sisters shipwreck! Visit our British seahorse and lobster conservation programmes, a kelp forest full of huge fish and our mesmerising Moon Jellyfish display. Daily interactive talks, a fully licensed Rockpool Café with locally sourced produce, superb gift shop, crazy golf, adventure playground, giant bouncy castle and slide, with stunning views of the Menai Strait and Snowdonia National Park.
Free return visits for a week from the day of purchase! So you can return for our daily talks and fish feeds or to use the playground. For all ages and all weathers it’s a Splashing Day Out!
Directions Take the A55 across the Britannia Bridge, then follow the Brown Lobster signs along the A4080 from Llanfairpwll to Brynsiencyn.
Open: Daily February half term – end of November (see website or call us for winter opening times)

 
Inigo Jones

Inigo Jones Slate Works is open all year for self guided tours which include a film and a chance to have a go letter cutting and calligraphy.

Craft Showroom and Café on site

www.inigojones.co.uk
slate@inigojones.co.uk
01286 830242

 
Inigo Jones

Airworld Aviation Museum offers the opportunity to get close up to some historic aircraft. Set on an active airfield, the museum houses iconic machines such as the Hawker Hunter, D.H Vampire, along with the only T2 BAe Harrier remaining worldwide. Unusually, visitors may enter the cockpits of some of the aircraft and find out what it is like to sit in the narrow confines of a jet fighter aircraft.

www.airworldmuseum.co.uk
www.facebook.com/AirworldAviationMuseum
01286-832154

 
Visit Snowdonia Heritage
For information on the wealth of historical sites and attractions around the Llyn, use the interactive map and see some wonderful places to visit and explore. - click here for more
 
Plas Glyn-y-Weddw Oriel Plas Glyn-y-Weddw is a vibrant arts centre run by an independent charitable trust and situated in Llanbedrog near Pwllheli on the Llŷn Peninsula - click here for more
 
Llanbedrog Beach Llanbedrog beach between Abersoch and Pwllheli is managed by the National Trust and is well worth a visit during the summer to visit its gaily painted beach huts - click here for more.
 
The Tin Man Llanbedrog The ‘Tin Man’ situated on the top of Llanbedrog headland (Mynydd Tir y Cwmwd) is worth walking up to to enjoy the spectacular views from this vast area of headland - click here for more.
 
Abersoch Harbour Abersoch Harbour is a pretty harbour which straddles the Afon (River) Soch, you can walk along the jetty and take the children crab catching!
 
Whistling Sands Whistling Sands (Porth Oer) This beach on the North side of the peninsula has sand which actually squeaks under your feet. This is due to the shape of the sand particles and only one other beach in Europe has this same characteristic. The squeak is best heard on the dry sand just above the high tide mark.
 
Aberdaron Aberdaron is the most westerly situated village on the peninsula. It is picturesque with its whitewashed cottages along the beach, at Porth Meudwy slightly further to the North west you can get boats across to Bardsey.
 
Bardsey Island Bardsey Island is about 2 miles off the tip of the Llyn, it was taken over by the Bardsey Island Trust in 1979 and is managed by the Trust in conjunction with the Countryside Council for Wales and CADW. It is a National Nature Reserve, Site of Special Scientific Interest and part of the Llyn Environmentally Sensitive Area.
 
Surfing Porth Neigwl or Hell's Mouth is well known for its surf as it can often get huge south westerly swells which attract thousands of surfers.
 
Porth Ceiriad Porth Ceiriad beach is a beach which is not very easy to find but well worth a visit, now managed by the National Trust the cliffs here give a fascinating insight into the formation of this part of the Llŷn Peninsula which show millions of years of geological evolution.
 

 

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