Looking for a great day out with kids in North Wales? A visit to Plas Newydd House And Gardens could be just what you are looking for.
Owned and managed by the National Trust, this enchanting mansion and gardens boasts spectacular views of Snowdonia and across the Menai Strait.
As part of the National Trust’s ‘Experience ’50 things to do before you’re 11¾’ families can have a great day out learning all about the animals that live in the pond, exploring the gardens, watching plants grow from seeds, go on a bug hunt, and even roll down a VERY VERY VERY big hill!
Head off on a family adventure to the woodlands and gardens and go on the hunt for the red squirrels. The Grade 1-listed landscape at Plas Newydd consists of 40 acres of garden and 129 acres of woodland and parkland for families to explore…. perfect for a relaxing family stroll and a mini beast hunt. Don’t forget a beautiful marine walk alongside the Menai Strait.
Complete with Treehouse and a frisbee golf course, the kids are guaranteed to have a great time on the children’s play area.
Finally, a visit to this iconic mansion is a must and see who can spot the first articulated wooden leg. Historians can also observe relics from the battle of Waterloo with a trip to Plas Newydd’s Military museum.
Plas Newydd offers a whole day of things to see and do with a family.
Additional information: *Front-carrying baby slings and hip-carrying infant seat for loan. *Ground floor accesible, buggy shuttle service and digital tour of 1st floor. *Dogs welcome in the Old Dairy Cafe, shops and garden, excluding the Italianate terrace garden. *Free entry for National Trust members.