Top 5 rainy day activities in North Wales.

North Wales does not fall short of fantastic scenery and outdoor activities for all the family to enjoy, but we all know the weather in the United Kingdom can be extremely unreliable. If you are taking a trip to one of the many holiday parks in North Wales, this article will give you an insight into some of the best indoor activities for a rainy day. SeaQuariumThe SeaQuarium is located on the glorious North Wales coastline in Rhyl. The aquarium is home to hundreds of species from all over the world and is a research and conservation centre, which makes it a firm favourite for both children and animal lovers alike. With the chance to see so many different species under one roof and be entertained by some clever sea lions, it really is one not to be missed. Venue CymruVenue Cymru is located on the waterfront of the seaside resort of Llandudno in North Wales. Visitors can be entertained by blockbuster films, live music acts and even the Welsh National Opera. In recent years the venue has also been the place to see major theatrical productions, but be sure to visit the café for some glorious views across the classic Victorian pier. National Slate MuseumLlanberis, North Wales is home to a previous slate quarry dating back to the 1870’s, and now to an established National Slate Museum. It is a must visit for those interested in history and heritage, with opportunities to learn about the worker’s lives through displays, workshops and demonstrations. Beacon Climbing CentreLocated in Caernarfon, Beacon Climbing Centre is the largest of its type in North Wales. The centre boasts colour coded walls according to their difficulty and a crazy climb area specially designed for families, making the centre a great day out with the kids. Are you a first time climber? Beacon Climbing Centre have that covered with introductory courses on offer. Tan Y DdraigAre you looking for an activity that will create a special souvenir of your holiday? Head to the Tan Y Ddraig painting studio in Llanberis to paint a plate, mug or ornament to take home with you. Visitors have the chance to print their family’s handprints or footprints, which will be glazed and taken away as a memorable keepsake. Image  Andrew Stuart

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