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Things To Do On A Rainy Day in North Wales

Raining, we’ve got it covered….. No need for the rain to stop play when you are in North Wales – simply check out the top places to visit when it is raining.

1. Llechwedd Slate Caverns, Blaenau Ffestiniog
Located in the heart of Snowdonia, Llechwedd Slate Caverns is a great day out for the family when it is raining.
Experience a Victorian mine tour which allows you to travel deep into the vast mine, the steepest cable railway in Britain, taking you hundreds of feet underground.
The tour takes around one hour and finishes with a visit to the Mill and for more information visit their website.

2. Anglesey Sea Zoo and Marine Resource Centre, Llanfairpwll

Anglesey Sea Zoo is a great weatherproof day out, where you can watch feeding, diving displays, fish for your own pearl oyster or even go on a sea safari! There’s a café, and if the weather clears a giant octopus bouncy castle, a pirate’s playground, gator swamp boats and Captain Jake’s crazy golf outside.
The zoo is open from 10am to 5.45pm and for further information visit https://www.angleseyseazoo.co.uk

3. Bounce Below, Blaenau Ffestiniog
Trampolines, walkways and slides are suspended from an underground Victorian slate cavern in the world’s largest subterranean trampoline. The unique experience of Bounce Below is located at Zip World Titan where whatever the weather you will be able to have plenty of fun bouncing around on the giant trampolines.
For further details visit their website.

4. Llechwedd Slate Caverns
Located in the heart of Snowdonia, Llechwedd Slate Caverns is a great day out for the family when it is raining.
Experience a Victorian mine tour which allows you to travel deep into the vast mine, the steepest cable railway in Britain, taking you hundreds of feet underground.
The tour takes around one hour and finishes with a visit to the Mill and for more information visit their website.

5. SeaQuarium
SeaQuarium – lots to see without getting wet yourself. Located on an open seafront on the beautiful North Wales coastline. Featuring species from around the world on show in 9 different zones, plus our amazing outdoor Sea Lion Cove where you can meet our delightful harbour seals. This state-of-the-art exhibit gives you a fantastic underwater view of our seals in their 33,000-gallon pool.
For more information visit http://www.seaquarium.co.uk/rhyl-index.php

6. Go Below
Go Below underground adventure – an ideal place for those rainy days.
The underground adventure explores a mountain through a series of challenges zip-line through caverns, beam over an abyss or abseil your way down to the deepest point in the UK.
To book and select a date or for more information visit their website.

So even if the sun might not always be shining in North Wales, you now know the places to visit where you can still have loads of fun without getting wet!

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