never seems to stop raining at the moment, but in Llandudno, North Wales has some great attractions to enjoy whatever the weather. The city of North Wales’s premier beach resort, and plenty of great attractions to enjoy when the rain falls art museums from the latest movies.
There is always a show of Venue Cymru whether you are looking for adult entertainment, or something for the kids. North Wales is a regular stopping place in the country’s best comedians and bands. The theater also offers high-quality cuisine has its own restaurant, so you can make a whole day if you want.
If bowling is more your thing, then Llandudno’s Mostyn Champneys retail Superbowl located in the park just south of Parc Llandudno. Eight bands, as well as an on-site restaurant and bar. Discounts are available for multiple games.
The great art visit Oriel Mostyn which is close to the city center. There is a wide range of contemporary art old, and regular exhibitions of local artists. Oriel Mostyn is the largest independently funded art gallery in Wales. The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10: 00-13: 00 and 13: 30-17: 00th
The Home Front Museum describes in detail what life was like for the locals during the Second World War. The museum has a wide variety of objects and memorabilia during the World War II. The museum is easily accessible by foot and a few minutes walk from the city center.
The current movies, visit Cineworld Llandudno is located in the nearby town of Llandudno Junction. The nine cinema screens in the multiplex regular mix of existing and children’s movies. Every Saturday morning a special children’s movie where entry is only a pound apiece, great for the whole family. Plenty of places to grab a meal next to the cinema three fast-food restaurants.