From beach days to zoos and ancient castles, Anglesey has it all.

Whether you’re in the mood for staying local or exploring the island fully, you’ll be spoilt for choice come rain or shine.


Anglesey Sea Zoo

Get up close and personal with a variety of interesting British marine wildlife. Learn and discover as you explore the exhibits, find out about rare breeds and conservation efforts.

Finish the day by tucking into a homemade cake at the café and grab a souvenir to take back with you.

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Foel Farm Park

Experience working farm life and meet the animals at Foel Farm Park. With a variety of activities from feeding the animals to informative tractor ride tours, there’s something for the whole family to enjoy.

Explore the farm and cuddle a bunny in the bunny barn before returning to the country café for a bite to eat and a handmade chocolate or two!

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Beaumaris Castle

Famed for it’s unfinished symmetry, Beaumaris Castle has to be seen to be believed. Construction started in the 1200s before being abandoned over a century later. Explore this ancient stronghold’s crumbling walls and series of walls that created the ultimate defence.

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Plas Newydd House and Garden

With landscaped secluded gardens and uninterrupted views of Eryri National Park, the stunning ancestral home of the Marquess of Anglesey is the ideal day out.

Explore the house, with Rex Whistler’s 58-foot mural and The Old Dairy Shop, offering gifts and local produce.

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Seacoast Safaris

Experience Puffin Island and the Menai Strait by boat. With relaxed and insightful cruises, you can enjoy the Welsh wildlife in its natural habitat.

Take in the amazing scenery and keep an eye out for seals and elusive puffins.

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