Anglesey – Family Fun Island

Pack the buckets and spades away for the day and start to explore Anglesey. There are masses of family friendly walks and some of them are pushchair and wheelchair friendly. There are easy cycle routes to explore, The Anglesey Coastal Path winds its way around 125 miles of Anglesey coast and much of it is easy for little feet. Visit all the lighthouses and RNLI stations to understand the maritime history of such an incredible island.

If you feel the need to head indoors then there are masses of places to visit, ensuring the whole family has fun. Explore the mysteries of sea life at the Sea Zoo then say hello to the farm animals at Foel Farm in Brynsiencyn or the magical world of animals at Pili Palas in Menai Bridge. All these activities are inside but have a large amount of outside fun as well. Suitable for all ages.

Explore the history of Beaumaris by conquering Beaumaris Castle then walk along the Victorian pier to dangle crabbing lines over the railings – great for making those everlasting memories. Visit Red Boat Ice Cream Parlour and challenge your taste buds – with so many flavours to choose from it will be hard to resist the double scoop option.

For families who love anything to do with cars and motorbikes then pop along to Trac Môn and watch the petrol heads race. The atmosphere is exhilarating, the noise incredible and the adrenalin rush is awe inspiring!

Fancy having a go at racing but perhaps just a little slower than Trac Môn – visit Cartio Môn at Bodedern, where you can hire a go kart and race against each other. There are even little go karts for toddlers to ensure even they have a chance to speed!

Beaumaris Pier
Beaumaris Pier

Recreate your childhood – crabbing on the pier is the number one pastime in Beaumaris. Challenge each other – the winner chooses the next adventure!

Beaumaris RNLI
Beaumaris RNLI

Visitors always welcome. Watch the crew out on exercise every Thursday evening. Lovely RNLI shop with buckets and spades galore.

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Beaumaris Paddling Pool

An outdoor paddling pool with a roundabout to whizz round on and benches to picnic at, it is a great place to spend a relaxing afternoon with the children.

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Beaumaris Castle

Explore the castle and climb up to the ramparts to understand why it was built in this location. Cadw run lots of events in the castle – check their website for details.

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Happy Valley Play Park

Swings, slides and climbing frames await your children. Order a cup of tea and a slice of delicious cake from the Pavilion and listen to the children’s laughter.

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Beaumaris Gaol

Walk along the corridors peering into the cells and learning about how hard life in a Victorian Gaol could be. The treadmill still works so best behaviour!

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Pili Palas, Menai Bridge

The perfect all-weather adventure. Butterflies and bugs, scorpions and snakes, meerkats peering at llamas. Indoor and outdoor play areas.

Sea Zoo Anglesey
Anglesey Sea Zoo

The largest marine aquarium in Wales, sited right on the shore of the Menai Straits. A great weather-proof day out. Indoor and outdoor fun.

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Foel Farm

A great way for children to experience a working farm. Everyone is invited to meet, touch and feed the animals! Also a chocolate factory on site!

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Seawatch Centre, Moelfre

A small museum but well worth visiting. Documenting the rich maritime history of Moelfre and the surrounding coastal area.

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Moelfre Lifeboat Station

Learn about the remarkable rescues and why its lifeboat crew has been awarded 37 medals for gallantry! 2 Gold Medals were awarded to Coxswain Richard Evans!

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Holyhead Mountain

The highest point on Anglesey. There is a prehistoric hill-fort and the remains of a 19th Century semaphore station on its summit.

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RSPB South Stack Cliffs

Enjoy a close-up view onto a wonderful cliff-side nesting colony, with binoculars and telescopes provided. Live television pictures too!

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Llynnon Mill

Built in 1775, Llynnon Mill is the only working windmill in Wales! Children love to watch the miller at work and explore the 2 roundhouses in the grounds.

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Ucheldre Centre

The chapel building for an order of nuns saved by local residents, the building is now an arts centre – with a programme of excellent events.

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Penrhos Holyhead

A 200 acre nature reserve allowing visitors to enjoy the natural beauty of this area. Deciduous and coniferous woodland, bluebell beds and interesting flora and fauna.

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