Don’t know what to do with that odd day of rain during your trip to North Wales? You probably came here for the great outdoors, with Wales’ gorgeous hill, mountain and woodland landscape too inviting to ignore. However, it’s important to have a backup plan so you can afford to be flexible just in case the heavens decide to open. While it’s not the best idea to hike Snowdon or take a stroll in Newborough woods, we have collated a good list of Plan Bs for you. If you are staying in a gorgeous hotel like the Glan Aber Hotel in Snowdonia then you may be contented to sit back and relax all day, maybe read a book while listening to the rain on the window pane.
Formally known as ‘The North Wales Theatre’. The Venue Cymru is the regions premiere live performance and production venue. Each day there are different world-class shows taking place. It’s worth checking out just in case that musical or plan you really wanted to catch was playing.
An underground cavern, you will find, is quite sheltered from the elements indeed. So of course this is the perfect location to set up a large network of suspended trampolines in the world! Bounce around underground in this intricate and beautifully created subterranean playground which is now famous worldwide.
North Wales’ biggest multiplex cinema in Llandudno Junction is the place ot be if you want to catch all the biggest and latest blockbuster movies. A classic trip to the cinema cant be beaten on any trip, no matter where you are in the world, what the weather’s like at your location, there’s nothing from stopping you getting absorbed into the world of the silver screen. You can even watch out for movies made in Snowdonia.
Redline Indoor Go-Karting
Race it out to see who the most skilled Go-Karter is! Redline is the perfect option because it is based indoors, and so there will be no nasty wet spells to distrupt your laps. There are several different tracks to choose from.
Anglesey Sea Zoo and Marine Centre.
The best place to get away from the water is.. Water apparently? The Anglesey Sea Zoo has a plethora of aquatic species to see and learn about. Witness sharks, seahorses, small fish. The aquarium is also involved in conservation projects such as a lobster hatchery, along with crawfish and seahorse conservation programmes, as well as cleaning the local beach and spreading environmental awareness.