Discover the best top things to do in Menai Bridge, United Kingdom including Anglesey Walking Holidays, Rib Ride, Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens, St Tysilio's Church, Oriel Tegfryn Gallery, The Presbyterian Church of Wales, Menai Heritage - Canolfan Thomas Telford Centre, Menai Suspension Bridge, Pili Palas Nature World, 42a Interiors & Antiques.
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Anglesey & Wales Walking Holidays offer walking holiday packages on the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path as well as the whole Wales Coast Path including North Wales Coast, Menai and Llyn Peninsula, Meirionnydd, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire coast paths. Other areas catered for are the North Wales Path, Offa's Dyke and Glyndwr's Way National Trails, as well as combined packages in Snowdonia and Wicklow Way (Ireland). All packages include accommodation, luggage transfers, maps and routes.
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RibRide, the original and best! A multi award winning Adventure Boat Tour company, one of only 12 operators worldwide to have been awarded the prestigious BlueFlag. Experience the tranquility of the Menai Straits, its stately homes, ferocious tides and whirlpools. Travel seaward to either Llanddwyn Island, a rocky peninsula of outstanding beauty surrounded by white sandy beaches or Puffin Island and its seal colony and swarms of varied birds. Our vessels are state of the art RIBs with quiet but powerful 300hp engines capable of carrying up to 11 people at 50 mph, in comfort however if you just want speed then Velocity is the worlds fastest RibRide. Alternatively RibRide Explorer operates from Holyhead taking in the Skerries and the Stacks (summer months) to witness the huge amounts of visiting birds and marine mammals. While you are with us, why not plan to enjoy Dylan's, our fabulous on site restaurant?
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Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens have undergone a spectacular transformation and are being restored to their former glory. First laid out in 1804 in the 'picturesque' style of Humphrey Repton, the famous Victorian landscape designer, the gardens had become derelict by 1996. There are 10 acres of gardens, included a 2 acre Walled Garden, fantastic valley gardens packed with unusual and interesting plants, flowering shrubs and trees; river and waterfalls. Home made cakes are served in the traditional Tea Room. Visitor Centre describing the history and restoration of the gardens. In 2017 open 12noon-5pm on Weds/Thurs/Suns in April; Tues/Weds/Thurs/Suns May-Sep; Weds/Thurs/Suns in October. Pre-booked private group tours by appointment.
Can't believe this has only been open to the public for 10 years. Stunning gardens with a huge variety of plants and areas from lovely borders to stunning waterfalls. Lovely visitor centre and tea rooms with tasty home made cakes.
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lovely church , a must visit if in Menai following the belgian promenade walk. Go inside, make a donation and take a postcard to frame when you get home.
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This community based museum tells the story of crossing the Menai Strait and celebrates the iconic, historic bridges and the famous engineers who built them. You can see artefacts from the original bridges, watch films of their reconstruction, try building a bridge or test your knowledge by doing the quiz, extend your visit with a walk over and under the Suspension Bridge or look for the lions on the Britannia Bridge and find out why the Menai Strait is so important for wildlife. Open every Wednesday and Thursday, Easter-October from 10:00-17:00 hours. Outside normal opening times, we are happy to welcome groups of 10 or more; please contact the office to discuss your visit. The Telford Centre can be found across from Waitrose, near the Menai Suspension Bridge.
Yesterday, as a family of 4 we attended the Menai Bridge Heritage walk with our extremely knowledgeable guide, Joanna. We have been to Anglesey many times before, but knew little of the history of the two bridges which connect the island to mainland Wales. The short walk along the stunning straits, was accompanied by some fascinating information from Joanna, who pitched the talk just right so that our two children, (aged 11 and 14) could keep up. A lovely way to spend a Sunday morning on Anglesey.
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A great structure, iconic for Anglesey. Easy to walk across but if you park in Menai Bridge and head to the coastal path you can get up close to it
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Visited over the weekend with my friends and their children..you can meet the animals and hold various creatures.. plenty of information on hand the staff are very friendly and helpful.. also there is a play area and a cafe .. great day out
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