Enjoy fun-packed family days out at these three zoos and aquariums in North Wales!

If you are looking for attractions and things to do during your visits to our North Wales Holiday Parks we have a list of three top destinations for you to spend the day at. Making sure family members of all ages can be entertained is always important and this is why we have picked out some zoos and aquariums for you. Offering both education and activities to keep one and all busy throughout the day, the zoos and aquariums give visitors the chance to dive into a world of learning experiences that give you a superb hands-on day out. The question is, which one will you visit first? Here’s a look at the three: A cartoon stick family enjoying a day out near Lyons Holiday Parks Welsh Mountain Zoo, Colwyn Bay The Welsh Mountain Zoo, in Colwyn Bay, is the home of a whole host of amazing animals, from the simply amazing Sumatran tiger and beautiful snow leopard, as well as birds of prey, not to mention the chimpanzees, sea lions and penguins. The zoo has also been a longstanding haven for flora and fauna, featuring plants from Chile, Russia and the Himalayas. Rhyl SeaQuarium,  Rhyl Located on the attractive North Wales coastline, the Rhyl SeaQuarium is an aquarium with an extra feature up its sleeve- it has the only underwater walk-through tunnel in Wales! You can wander along the super seabed walk that allows visitors to get closer to the amazing inhabitants than ever before, including sharks and rays! Other attractions include the Ocean Falls Cascade, the Sea At Night then there’s the Lethal reef, home to some of the most poisonous creatures on the planet, but don’t panic, you will be more than safe just looking at them! Anglesey Sea Zoo, Anglesey Last, but definitely not least, we have Anglesey Sea Zoo. It’s about an hour from most of our parks, but you won’t be disappointed if you make a day of it. With its range of more than 150 marine species from the huge shark to the tiny seahorse, the sea zoo gives its visitors a wonderful insight into the diversity of wildlife living off the coast of Wales. Impressively, the zoo is also proud to be actively involved in a variety of conservation programmes, the Dolphin Rescue Service and the Lobster Hatchery of Wales are two they are working with.