Best Landmark in Gwynedd

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Gwynedd, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Castle Ditch, Caernarfon, Gwynedd LL55 2AY

Since 1283

Landmark, Castle, Historical Place, Garden, Tourist Attraction, Historic Environment Service, Administrative Centre, Architecture Structure, Town Walls, Eagle Tower & Heritage Site

Grade I Listed Building - There was a motte-and-bailey castle in the town of Caernarfon from the late 11th century, when King Edward I of England began replacing it with the current stone structure

Mon - Sun 9:30 am - 6:00 pm

This massive well preserved castle offers much more than I expected. In addition to the fabric of the building, which includes several towers and walkways on different levels, there are a number of interesting exhibits providing details of its history and why it was built on this site. The Welch Fusilier Regiment museum was excellent - well laid out, informative and probably better than other military museums that I've been to (this includes the Imperial was Museum). A great way to spend.
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Harlech, Gwynedd LL46 2YH

Since 1289

Historical Site, Garden, Landmark, Castle, Tourist Attraction, Architecture Structure, Twin-Towered Gatehouse, Heritage Site, Town Walls, Gift Shop, Guided Tour, Visitor Centre & Cafe

All children under 5 receive free entry - Grade I Listed Building - It was built by Edward I - UNESCO considers Harlech to be one of the finest examples of late 13th century and early 14th century military architecture in Europe

Price: Adult £6.50, Family £19.30, Senior Citizens, Students & Children Under 16 £4.20

Mon - Sun 9:30 am - 5:00 pm

A family membership will give you free entry to all the Cadw castles in the area so soon becomes very good value. This is our favourite castle. Harlech is a great little town with a fabulous beach and part of the coastal walk.Good places to stay and eat. The castle has a very nice cafe. It is a little expensive but the food is good. I had a homemade carrot, beetroot and ginger soup with a hunk of bread. It also turns into a tapas style restaurant in the evening. We will be visiting again!
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Castle Street, Criccieth, Gwynedd LL52 0DP

Since 1283

Castle, Historical Place, Landmark, Historical Information, Tourist Attraction, Architecture Structure, Garden, Welsh Castles, Exhibits & Gift Shop

Grade I Listed Building - It was built by Llywelyn the Great of the kingdom of Gwynedd but it was heavily modified following its capture by English forces of Edward I in the late 13th century

Price: Adult £5.00, Family £14.95M, Senior Citizens, Students & Children Under 16 £3.30

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Castle is a great experience. The entrance of to the castle has a really fun and factual interactive display for children. The interactive table is great but make sure they sit on the wooden throne and press the button. We had no children with us but really enjoyed it! The Castle is high up and the views are beautiful. There are information boards all round explaining where you are in the Castle or guide books are available with the history of the castle. The grass up there is like walking.
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