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Greenwood Forest Park
Snowdonia
Port Dinorwig (Y Felinheli), Gwynedd
just off the B4366 Bethel road—brown tourist signs
Tel. 0 1248 671 493
Especially for children; Tree World Great Hall built with frames of oak; film show; interactive exhibits; sculpture trail; mazes; rides and animals (for children); crafts and activities; woodland walks; arboretum; boardwalk; herb garden; shop, cafe
Web: Greenwood Centre

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Llandudno Pier
North Wales Coast and Borderlands
Great Orme, Llandudno
Tel. 0 1492 876 258
Victorian pier built 1876-78; entertainment arcades; shops; snack food and drinks

Llangollen Railway
North Wales Coast and Borderlands
Llangollen
Between the bridge over the River Dee and Abbey Rd (A542)
Tel. 01978 860979
Scenic, mostly steam hauled, railway line runs for 7.5 miles along the banks of the river Dee from Llangollen to Carrog; special events; shop and café on Llangollen station platform
Web: Llangollen Railway

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Mumbles Pier
Swansea, Gower, and the Vale of Neath
Mumbles Rd, Mumbles
Swansea
Tel. 01792 365200
Grade II listed pier built in 1898 with café and other eateries, family entertainment centre, synthetic ice rink; bowling
Web: Mumbles Pier

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National Show Caves
Carmarthenshire
Off the A4067
North-east of Swansea, east of Carmarthen, south-west of Brecon
Tel. 0 1639 730 284
Largest showcave complex in northern Europe with lighting effects, tableaux and commentary; includes Dan-yr-ogof cave, Cathedral Cave, Bone Cave; shire horses; modern example of Iron Age farm; life size models of dinosaurs and farm animals(for children); museum about limestone; modern replicas of stone circles; shop; coffee shop
Web: Showcaves

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Vale of Rheidol Railway
Ceredigion
Park Ave, Aberystwyth
Tel. 0 1970 625 819
Steam railway to Devil’s bridge; 11 ¾ journey, one hour each way; 1923-38 carriages in use
Web: Vale of Rheidol Railway

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