The Conwy Council have recently released something called the ‘Conwy Card’: a way of giving back to the local community so they can appreciate all the things that make the county so special at a discount rate.
After receiving the Conwy Card, residents can look forward to up to 20% off the regular price for the many tourist and outdoor activity destinations throughout the region. The scheme is being piloted for an initial 12 months but depending on its popularity and success, it could be rolled out for the long-term.
Thanks to funding from Tourism Partnership North Wales and The Outdoor Tourism Project, the Conwy County Borough staff have been able to deliver the Conwy Cards directly to residents’ door.
Which attractions are participating?
Below you will be able to find all of the businesses in North Wales that are taking part in the initiative and if it really takes off, you can expect many more high-calibre names to participate. NorthWales.com have even worked out the discount rates just for you*.
Adrenaline seekers will revel in being able to take to the trees at a discount rate at this popular Betws-Y-Coed location.
T: 01690 710914
Regular admission (for adventure course): £25. Conwy Card rate: £20
A day out with the kids is not often as educational and equally fun as it is at this attraction in the Conwy Valley.
T: 01492 584323
Regular price (any craft activity): £6.50 . Conwy Card Rate: £5.20
Alpine Open Top Sightseeing
Take in the beautiful landscapes of Llandudno and Conwy on this open-top bus ride which is fun for all the family.
T: 0800 043 2452
Regular admission: £8. Conwy Card Rate: £6.40
Home Front Museum
Discover the landscape of North Wales during the Second World War with this Llandudno museum.
T: 01492 871032
Regular admission (family of 2 adults and 2 children): £9. Conwy Card rate: £7.20
Great Orme Tramway
Travel to the top of The Great Orme in style on one of these tramcars but maybe think twice if you’re scared of heights!
Regular admission (adults): £6. Conwy Card rate: £4.80
Travel through an abandoned slate mine with the experts but make sure you remember your torch as you conquer some fun challenges.
Regular admission (adults): £49. Conwy Card Rate: £39.20
Featured in our top 5 attractions in North Wales, there are fewer places more tranquil than this throughout the whole region.
Regular admission (adults): £9.50. Conwy Card Rate: £7.60 (estimate)
Situated in Conwy, Aberconwy House is a beautiful remnant of the 14th century in this historic town.
Regular admission (adult – house and bridge): £4. Conwy Card Rate: £3.20
Conwy Suspension Bridge
Built by Thomas Telford in 1826, this is one of the most popular attractions that Conwy has to offer.
Regular admission (family): £2.50. Conwy Card Rate: £2
Find out about the interesting history of Llandudno at this location that offers plenty of exhibitions and fascinating displays of days gone by.
Regular admission (family of 2 adults, 3 children): £5. Conwy Card Rate: £4
Colwyn Bay Watersports
The coast of this superb town is the location for lots of water fun so if you are after sailing, kayaking and more, this is the place to do it.
Discounts available on equipment hire, contact the email address above for more information.
Llandudno Ski Slope
One of the newer attractions in Llanduno, skiers and snowboarders should not pass up the opportunity to practise at these excellent facilities.
20% off all activities and current promotions, contact the email address above for more information.
Ever wanted to unleash havoc with your friends in the great outdoors? Then this attraction based in Abegele is the perfect opportunity for you to do just that.
20% off equipment hire, contact the email address above for more information.
Great Orme Ancient Mine
The last on the list but by no means the least thrilling. Venture under the Great Orme with family for a day of fun in Llandudno.
Regular admission (adult): £6.75. Conwy Card Rate: £5.40
*the rates supplied above are estimations, prices may vary
Latest posts by North Wales Admin (see all)
- Mother’s Day Restaurants in North Wales 2017 - March 10, 2017
- New North Wales Metro Transportation Plans Launched - March 8, 2017
- Festival No. 6 is Returning to Portmeirion This September - February 8, 2017