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If you feel like exploring some of Anglesey’s culture, how about a visit to Plas Newydd or Amlwch Copper Kingdom? There are country houses, castles and ancient ruins all within a 30 minute drive from Tyddyn Isaf.

Parys Mountain

Amlwch Copper Kingdom

In the 1780’s the mines at Parys Mountain controlled the price of copper throughout the world. Now visits are able to appreciate Amlwch’s shipbuilding and copper mining heritage in the stunning surrounding of the red, yellow, purple and white rocks.

For more information call 01407 832255 or visit their website

Beaumaris castle

Beaumaris Castle

Kind Edward 1 began building Beaumaris Castle is 1295 – it was the last of his ‘iron ring’ of castles along the North Wales coast and is considered to be technically perfect. Take a visit to the castle to appreciate the walls-within-walls structure, the water-filled moat, arrow slits and murder holes. Whilst in Beaumaris why not also take time to visit the old Beaumaris Gaol.

For more information call 01248 810361 or visit their website

Llynnon Mill

Llynnon Mill

Llynnon Mill is the only working windmill in Wales and has been fully restored so that it now produces stone ground wholemeal flour using organic wheat.

For more information call 01407 730797 or visit their website

Oriel Ynys mon

Oriel Ynys Mon

This fantastic gallery allow visitors to appreciate the history of Anglesey and its people, its formation and development, and its heritage. There is also the opportunity to view the Charles Tunnicliffe wildlife paintings which are world renowned.

For more information call 01248 724444

Plas Newydd Plas Newydd (National Trust)

Plas Newydd Country House and Gardens are located on the banks of the Menai Straits. It also has a fantastic display of artwork, including Rex Whistlers largest painting. Enjoy stunning views, and maybe even a picnic in the landscaped grounds. If you’re visiting in Spring don’t miss out on a trip to the magnificent five acre Rhododendron Garden.

For more information call 01248 714795 or visit their website

South Stack South Stack

South Stack Lighthouse, and Ellins Tower are possibly the most picturesque locations on Anglesey. As part of an RSPB reserve there is a wealth of wildlife throughout the summer, with over 4000 birds visiting the area. Visitors can not only learn about the fascinating history of the lighthouse as they descend the 400 steps to it, but can also appreciate the complex rock formations and geology of the surrounding vertical cliff faces.

For more information call01407 763900 or visit their website

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Treftadaeth Menai Heritage

If you take time to visit Anglesey’s Two famous bridges, it is well worth stopping at the Menai Heritage Centre. The centre holds historical drawing and documents pertaining to the building of Thomas Telfords Menai Bridge, and Robert Stephenson’s Britannia Bridge.

For more information call 01248 715046 or visit their website

 

 

Din Lligwy Burial Chambers

Llanwenllwyfo Church

 

The following places arn't located on Anglesey, but they are all within an hours drive so definitely worth a visit!

 

Bodnant Gardens

Bodnant gardens (National Trust)

80 Acres of magnificent gardens with expansive lawns and intimate corners. These gardens are continually changing demonstrating glorious displays of colour and form.

For more information call 01492 650460 or visit their website

Caernarfon Castle

Caernarfon Castle

A majestic stronghold built more than 800 years ago. This castle has World Heritage status and is full of imaginative exhibitions. Visitors can also see the weathered stone eagle that still perches on top of the Eagle Tower.

For more information call 01286 677617 or visit their website

Conwy Castle

Conwy Castle

Conwy Castle and the town walls are amongst the finest surviving medieval fortifications to be seen anywhere in Britain. This castle also has World Heritage Status.

For more information call 01492 592358 or visit their website

Penrhyn Castle

Penrhyn Castle (National Trust)

This enormous 19th-century neo-Norman castle sits between Snowdonia and the Menai Strait. It is crammed with fascinating items, such as a one-ton slate bed made for Queen Victoria, elaborate carvings, plasterwork and mock-Norman furniture. In addition, it has an outstanding collection of paintings. The 24.3 hectares (60 acres) of grounds include parkland, an exotic tree and shrub collection as well as a Victorian walled garden.

For more information call 01248 353084 or visit their website

Portmeirion Portmeirion

Portmeirion is a beautiful village that has been designed as a conservation area. All of the buildings offer an array of architecture and are all listed buildings.

For more information call 01766 770000 or visit their website