There are a number of attractions from the period of the Newborough to be found within the gardens, such as the boathouse and the hermitage, as well as more recent sculptures and attractions which have been inspired by famous Welsh writers such as Kate Roberts, Caradog Pritchard and T. Rowland Hughes.
Glynllifon is a habitat for many species of wildlife, including, otters, badgers, the lesser horseshoe bat as well as a large variety of marine life and birds.
While you’re here, what about giving the following activities a go:
- woodland walks - venture off the beaten track onto one of the many paths within the park. Remember to wear suitable footwear.
- picnic site – why not bring your own lunch with you and enjoy a picnic under the canopy of the trees? A welcome distraction from the hustle and bustle of town.
- steam engine - restored by Fred Dibnah, Glynllifon’s steam engine is one of the oldest working steam engines in Britain.
We welcome a large number of groups to the Park each year, including schools, colleges, and various clubs and societies.
By prior arrangement, we can arrange specific events for groups, such as:
Groups can also rent the amphitheatre or the meeting / conference room to host their own events.
For further information, contact us on 01286 830222 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Shop and gallery
Situated within the restored estate saw mill the shop and gallery at Glynllifon boasts a selection of the finest Welsh art and craft.
- Original artwork
- Glass work
- Slate craft
- Wood work
- Cards and books
You can make an application to exhibit or sell your work in the gallery/ shop by downloading and completing the application form below.