Annual Pass - Parc Glynllifon

Parc Glynllifon

Available to 1 January 2025

Book now from £30.00

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Welcome to Parc Glynllifon Country Park, Caernarfon

Home to some of the rarest flora and fauna in Wales, enjoy a great day outdoors at Parc Glynllifon and immerse yourself in nature as you explore the beautiful gardens, discover rich history and enjoy a range of cafes, playgrounds and boutique shops.

Your Parc Glynllifon Day Pass:

  • Suitable for ages 3+
  • Lasts for one whole year!
  • Enjoy unlimited access to the park 
  • Skip the queues when you book online in advance 
  • Please note: You may be asked for proof of ID

Things to do at Parc Glynllifon

A sprawling park filled with filming locations and shops, a historic manor house, an agricultural college and a rich history of royalty, Parc Glynllifon is filled with things to do with your family, connecting people of all ages to North Wales' nature:

  • Children's Grove: Celebrate Welsh children's writing with sculptures, play areas and storytelling hollows
  • The Steam Engine: Renovated in the 1980s, see one of the oldest working steam engines in Britain
  • Glanrafon Mill: Originally a flour mill, a turbine was installed in 1915 to generate electricity for the house and estate
  • The Boathouse: Used by the third Lord Newborough's children, the tiny tower houses a miniature privy
  • Plas Glynllifon: Considered the finest Regency mansion in North Wales, the Grade I Listed building was built over 150 years ago!
  • 'Cromlech' Stone Structure: A folly based on Celtic megaliths
  • Cilmyn Blackfoot: According to legend, the Glynllifon's descended from this semi-mythological figure in the 9th Century
  • The Children's Mill: Another favourite folly of Lord Newborough's nine children 
  • The Hermitage: A chapel for holding funerals for the family's pets - today, there lies a circle of Yew trees signifying the pet cemetary's location
  • The Ampitheatre: Celebrate the work of modern playwrights with open-air events on the estate's Yew tree island
  • Caves and Grottoes: See the 19th Century fashionable grotto as it stands out amongst the informal gardens
  • 'Gwerin Y Graith' Art Installation: Inspired by the Welsh novelists raised in the nearby slate-quarrying communities
  • Fountain: See the only working fountain from a classical series of three built in the 1840s
  • 'Coed Y Teras' Walkway: The Lesser Horseshoe bats who roosts in the mansion cellars use this path to forage at night

With so many things to do, see and interact with, visit Parc Glynllifon in North Wales and enjoy a great family day out in Caernarfon. 

Clynnog Rd,
Llandwrog,
Caernarfon LL54 5DY
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How to find us

Address: Parc Glynllifon, Clynnog Road, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL54 5DY

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Getting There:

  • The park is just 20 minutes drive from Bangor to the North, and Porthmadog to the South.
  • Head along the A499 until you reach the large arch entrance, on your left if heading South.
  • Drive through the arch and take the first left, taking you to the parking area.
  • Continue on foot beyond the parking area to the cafe, shop and gate into the main park. 
  • Parking: Included in ticket price. 
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Dog-friendly
  • Food and drink
  • Parking onsite
  • Toilets
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Cafe

The park and facilities provided are all accessible.

Yes, Parc Glynllifon is home to The Black Cat Cafe, which is open all year round. The Cafe serves both hot and cold food, as well as afternoon tea and snacks. 

Picnic areas are also available for those who want to enjoy a homemade lunch. 

Yes, Parc Glynllifon has a newly resurfaced car park right by the entrance. 

The parking fee is included in your ticket price. 

The opening times for Parc Glynllifon are as follows:

Peak Season:

  • 1 April - 30 September
  • Mon - Sat: 10:00 - 17:00
  • Sun: 11:00 - 16:00

Low Season:

  • 1 October - 31 March
  • Thurs - Sat: 10:00 - 17:00
  • Sun: 11:00 - 16:00

Yes, Parc Glynllifon is dog-friendly. Please keep your dogs on leads and be respectful of other visitors. 

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