Conwy RSPB Nature Reserve
Conwy RSPB Nature Reserve
This reserve is delightful all year. There are events to suit everyone from keen birdwatchers to beginners or young families.
What makes it special
- Great for birdwatchers
- Nature and beauty
Visitor centre opening times are 9.30am - 5pm.
The cafe is open 10am - 4.30pm (until 4pm between November - March).
Closed 25th December.
Free entrance to RSPB members: Yes
Family ticket: £15.00
Other things to do nearby
Dramatic limestone headland renowned for its wildlife and history. Don't miss the live camera that watches the seabird colonies.
The Smallest House in Great Britain can be found nestled amongst a terrace of houses on Conwy's quayside.
Travel on Britain’s only rack and pinion railway to Hafod Eryri, the stunning new visitor centre at the Summit of Snowdon. Visit the website
From the front door of all our Snowdonia hostels you will be treated to unrivalled access to some of the UK's finest walking and hiking territory. From YHA Snowdon Pen-Y-Pass: There are three route
Discover the timeless appeal of narrow-gauge steam trains. Enjoy views of Snowdonia as you travel along the shores of Llyn Padarn.
Discover a landscape that was sculptured by ice thousands of years ago.
The rides and activities at this unique eco-attraction have been designed for fun with a difference – you provide the energy!
One of the most impressive castles in Wales, overlooking the Conwy estuary. Don't miss a walk along the town walls. Visit the website
This enormous neo-Norman castle is crammed with fascinating items, such as a one-ton slate bed made for Queen Victoria.
There's 80 acres of magnificent gardens to explore, with lovely Italianate terraces, formal lawns and magical wooded valley.
High level activities to get the heart racing! Enjoy the leaps, swings and zip line with spectacular views of Snowdonia.
The Fairy Glen is a secluded and enchanting gorge carved by the river Conwy.
Electric Mountain is home to the Dinorwig Power Station, set in the mountains of Snowdonia and dubbed "Britain's largest battery" this hydroelectric station houses 6 electric generators producing
A wonderful location for horse riding, pony trekking or extended day trail rides with breathtaking views across the Snowdonia Mountains. A variety of routes and options cater for all types of rider
We have several forestry routes leading from the hostel grounds to go off and explore on foot - just ask at reception! Discovering Britain walk with the Royal Geographical Society: The Qu
Swallow Falls Waterfall is the highest continuous waterfall in Wales. The falls are set on the River Llugwy in the beautiful Gwydir Forest. Visit the website.