City Sightseeing Llandudno - Hop on Hop off

The splendid Welsh resorts of Llandudno & Conwy lie between two gorgeous beaches and have retained much of their Victorian charm. You'll enjoy spectacular views of the Great Orme, the Pier, Conwy Castle and the surrounding countryside.

The North Parade is home to Llandudno Pier, a grade II listed building originally built in 1858. The marvellous structure boats a variety of attractions, eateries and lots of things to do including a fairground at the shore end. Opposite the pier you may even catch a traditional Punch & Judy show. Stroll along the length of the pier, the longest in Wales, for spectacular sea views. Llandudno Bay itself offers picnic spots, coastal walks and stunning views. Hop off and take a trip on The Great Orme Tramway which has been delighting visitors since it opened in 1902. An engineering sensation of its age, it's still the only cable-hauled tramway still operating on British public roads and has been lovingly restored.

Come rain or shine, the Home Front Experience is an all-weather attraction where there are plenty of things to do and discover. Take a trip down memory lane to life in 1940s Britain. In this unique living history museum, you can explore the war years on the home front captured in the nostalgia of shops, room displays and tableaux. For more absorbing history specifically regarding Llandudno, peruse the Llandudno Museum. Spot the footprint on the Roman tile, Find out about work in Llandudno’s Copper Mines and enter a Welsh kitchen with its traditional furniture, pots and pans. Visit the five art galleries at Oriel Mostyn which present varied and exciting exhibitions, showcasing the very best contemporary art that Wales has to offer.

In the heart of the town stands Plas Mawr, the 'Great Hall', built in Tudor times. Plas Mawr is arguably the finest surviving town house of the Elizabethan era to be found anywhere in Britain. Be in awe of the grandiose edifice and take the opportunity to see its lavish interior. Aberconwy House is the only medieval merchant's house in Conwy to have survived the turbulent history over nearly six centuries. Furnished rooms and an audio-visual presentation show daily life from different historical periods. Meander through leafy Bodlondeb Park, a diverse and attractive park encompassing a Local Nature Reserve and traditional parkland. It commands views of the Castle, Conwy Mountain and the estuary.

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*Please note that Routes/Maps are subject to change without notice. Any changes are beyond our control and no refunds will be offered. For the most up to date Route/Map please always enquire when in resort.

Season: March - October.
24 hours.
Start Point: North Parade.
First Tour: 9:45am.
Last Tour: 4:45pm.
60 minutes.
0 minutes and sometimes every 30 minutes in peak season.
Commentary: English.
Disabled access: Available.

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