will find plenty of interest in Llandudno. In the town is the award winning Mostyn Gallery
which features changing exhibitions of contemporary art including video presentations.
On the seafront is Venue Cymru
- One of Wales' top theatres which presents a varied programme including the Welsh National Opera, Pop concerts and West End shows.
The town also has a Cineworld
Multiplex cinema at Llandudno Junction and a Superbowl
bowling alley in the town centre
If shopping is your choice then Llandudno has plenty to offer. The town itself is remarkable in that most of the main street - Mostyn Street, is furnished with victorian iron canopies which allow shoppers to browse through the town without fear of rain. The town boasts a wide range of chain stores and small independant shops with pavement cafes a-plenty to while away your time on a sunny afternoon. The new development of Parc Llandudno provides the high street shopping that you would expect of a much larger town.
And then , of course, there are the beaches of which Llandudno has two!
The main promenade runs the length of North beach, a tremendous sweeping curve which is a pleasure to walk on in all seasons. A busy bustling promenade with traditional seasonal features such as the Sunday brass band concerts and the Punch and Judy show.
On the other side of the isthmus is West Shore with its vistas towards Snowdonia across the Conwy Estuary. This is a quiet beach, expansive and sandy with rock pools and plenty of wildlife, just the place to be with the family on a sunny afternoon. This was also the beach where Lewis Carrol walked with Alice and the area was the inspiration for Through the Looking Glass - a statue of the White Rabbit can be found at the end of the duck pond!
The Risboro Hotel is at the heart of this lovely town, close to all of these attractions.