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Llandudno Pier was opened in 1878 and designed by Charles Henry Driver and James Brunlees. The pier is 695 metres long and summertimes it is possible to take a boat to the Isle of Man from here. On the pier you can find several children's rides, amusement halls, cafes, snack bars, licensed bars and seating areas. The pier is flanked by the Great Orme to the west and the Little Orme to the east and overlooks the Parade and Llandudno Beach.
Sandscastle Waterpark is a large indoor swimming centre with over 18 slides and other features such as a wave machine, water chutes, fun pools and a lazy river. There is also a food court area where you can choose from burger bars and snack bars. There is also an arcade at this attraction. Sandcastle Waterpark is open on Saturdays and Sunday 10am - 4pm.
Louis Tussauds Waxworks
Inside this attraction you can see displays of wax models. There are various sections which include Hollywood, Celeb City, Movie Premier, Corrie and Rock Factory. There is also a Chamber of Horrors and a Regal Room. There is also a Studio where visitors can find out about how the models are made and at the end of the tour there is a Mirror Maze. The admission price is 13 euros for adults and 10 euros for children. The Waxworks are open daily from 10am - 4pm.
Laxey Wheel and Mines Trail
The Laxey Wheel was built in 1854 by a local man from Laxey called John Casement. It is the largest working waterwheel in the world and was used to remove water from the mines. As well as the waterwheel there are 3 trails to walk along, all of which are signposted. Facilities include: picnic area, parking and shop. Disabled access is limited due to stairs and walks. The entrance fees are: £3.50 for adults with concessions for children and groups. The opening times are: April - October 10.00am - 5.00pm
South Lakes Wild Animal Park
Since it opened in 1994 this zoo park in the south of Cumbria has been involved in major conservation and animal breeding programmes. It provides a home for over 100 species (including lions, bears, penguins, primates, lemur and kangeroos), many free to roam around the park. There are demonstrations and hands-on exhibitions given by the keepers. The park is home to both the Sumatran Tiger Trust and the Wildlife Protection Foundation. A highlight of feeding time is the climbing of tall poles by the tigers to reach their meat, a device to keep them exercised. The park has a cafe serving fast food, a gift shop and a large picnic area. Opening hours: Daily 1am - 5pm Admission: Adult: £10.50 Senior, Child: £7.00 Car parking is free. The park is wheelchair accessible.