Things to do in Conwy

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Things to Do in Conwy



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  • NPI338
    Chester, UK392 contributions
    We arrived at a brilliant time between two school visits! Friendly and helpful staff. Great audio tour with fascinating information which you can undertake at your own speed. There are also extra audio commentaries if you want to have more information in many rooms. We also found out that a disabled person and a companion can join for free!
    Written 26 October 2023
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  • TSS1507
    York, UK63 contributions
    Absolutely loved this. A must. I live in York and Conwy is stunning. We got lovely with the weather despite forecasts and the views are wonderful! Well worth the money and spending a couple of hours
    Written 5 February 2024
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  • jjbjnj
    Warrington, UK74 contributions
    They call it the best free show in town and it truly is! We started at the sea end and the walk was steep in places with plenty of steps along the way. The views were fantastic and we could see for miles from the estuary right over to the castle itself where our walk ended. It takes about 30 minutes in total, but you can get on the walls part way along. Would definitely recommend but not suitable for those who don't like heights or struggle with mobility.
    Written 25 February 2024
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  • Stewart C
    Chatham, UK1,074 contributions
    We visited the Smallest House in Britain whilst on a trip to Conwy on a weekday morning. We had driven to Conwy and there is ample (pay & display) car parking available in the town.
    The smallest House is quite literally as described and a visit here will not take you long, the downside to this is that it can only accommodate a couple of visitors at a time so get here early before the queue starts to build. There is a small fee to enter the house and the lady taking the money was very friendly and offered to take our photo outside the front door. Once inside the, the interior effectively comprises two small rooms, one downstairs and one up and is very cramped. Too small even to take meaningful pictures! On the day of our visit, an audio commentary gave the story of the house and some other useful information.
    Worth a visit to say you have been here for what is a quirky experience.
    Written 20 September 2023
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  • Somuchmessing
    38 contributions
    Great 360 deg views from the top. The mountain can be easily accessed from Conwy without the need for a car and can be incorporated in a number of walks. You could walk to Penmaenmawr and get the No.5 bus back to Conwy for example. It has one or two steep paths and sensible footwear should be worn not flip flops whilst clutching a take-away coffee! As a previous reviewer mentioned the mountain bikers can be a pain and churn up the paths. Also some dog owners will NOT keep their dogs on a leash which they are told to do due to livestock at certain times of the year. Plus some leave dog muck and their little filled doggy bags. On a more positive note the colours of the vegetation is beautiful and changes with the seasons. The bird life is interesting too. It is a lovely walk and gets you away from the crowds in Conwy.
    Written 17 November 2023
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  • TravelingSoccerLoon
    Saint Paul, MN3,429 contributions
    Built in the 1820's and constructed to match the architecture of the 13th century castle, this was one of the first suspension bridges in the world. No longer open to cars, for a small fee, there is a pedestrian path which provides striking views of Conwy Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and beautiful views of the River Conwy and the surrounding countryside.
    Written 22 February 2023
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  • dg2014jg
    Magnolia, TX920 contributions
    Pleasant way to pass some time as you visit Conwy. We enjoyed just sitting on the stone walls and letting ourselves relax.
    Written 17 August 2023
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  • Heather W
    3 contributions
    Lovely little local sandy beach with views. Nice stroll to the right and a Marina pub awaits with views also. It is an easy walk to the sand, would be nice if it had a public toilet tho. There is a caravan Park which may let you use the restaurant loo in a pinch.
    Written 5 September 2023
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  • JMCSTL
    Saint Louis, MO6,000 contributions
    St Mary and All Saints Church is hidden in the centre of the walled town, but well worth seeking out to visit when you are in Conwy. My wife & I spent about 20 minutes of our summer weekday town walking tour admiring the church building exterior & the interior spaces, with friendly church attendants inside available to answer questions & explain key features.

    The church was originally established by Cistercian monks as an abbey temple in the late 12th Century, but was turned over to England's King Edward I under terms of the English-Welsh Treaty of Aberconwy in 1277 AD. The building has since undergone several changes & expansions, but it has retained the medieval feel that makes it so intriguing & inspiring. St Mary and All Saints Church should be on the must-see list of anyone exploring the walled town of Conwy, and popping in during the time of a worship service would add a further boost to your touring spirits.
    Written 30 July 2023
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  • Sam E
    3 contributions
    This was a great experience, so interesting to see how it’s made.
    The smells are so good and the sample was fantastic.
    Bought some to keep the story alive.
    Recommend this tour, if you’re free.
    Written 29 July 2022
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  • Rotoblator
    13 contributions
    Great place for a walk. You have woods which provide shade. You have wonderful sea views. There's also a great parkland area leading down to a beach.
    Easy walk into Conwy Town.
    The car park is very cheap too.
    Highly recommended.
    Written 5 September 2022
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  • Willimina Segal
    26 contributions
    Visited the Archive at Conwy Culture Centre today and was very impressed. I was attending the centre to study some records relating to local history, and had made a reservation via Facebook Messenger beforehand.

    On arrival I was greeted warmly by a member of staff, who had already laid out the documents that I wished to see, prepared the microfiche viewer for me and reserved a space for me to sit and view them.

    The staff here are amazing, the man that assisted me and my husband was extremely helpful, engaged and eager to assist where needed. He really made us feel welcome.

    I would definitely recommend this facility to anyone interested in learning local / family history and I will definitely be returning.

    Also at the Culture Centre there is a cafe, the library and what looked to be lovely grounds. Unfortunately I was so keen to spend all the available time I had with the fascinating documents that I didn’t have opportunity to explore the full facility, but look forward to doing so next time.
    Written 1 March 2023
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