A   A   A
610 233 Digwyddiad_Event


You will never be short of something to do in Snowdonia Mountains and Coast thanks to an extensive programme of events throughout the year. 
Until 30 August every Sunday, Monday and Thursday: Summer Fun: Penrhyn Castle, Bangor
Until 6 September:  Storiel, Bangor - There will be a series of guided tours in over the summer
Until 30 September: Summer Exhibition Plas Glyn-y-Weddw: Llanbedrog, Llŷn
Until 4 November: Harrison’s Garden by Luke Jerram: Penrhyn Castle, Bangor
Until 4 November: Manon Steffan Ros - 12 Stories: Penrhyn Castle, Bangor


Every Thursday: Tŷ Mawr Wybrnant Traditional Skills Thursdays: Betws-y-Coed
Various Dates Throughout August: Sailing Events and Competitions: Abersoch
16 & 23: Guided Bike Ride Porth y Swnt: Aberdaron, Llŷn
14, 21 & 28: Porth y Swnt 50 things: Aberdaron
17-19: Welsh IRC Championships Keelboat Event: Plas Heli, Pwllheli
18: Race the Train: Tywyn
18: Aberdyfi Food Festival
22: Meirioneth County Show: Corwen
24: Porthdinllaen Beach Fun Day: Morfa Nefyn, Llŷn
25: Ultra Trail Wales: Coed y Brenin, Dolgellau
30-2 September: UMUK Triathlon: Llanberis


6-9: Festival Number 6

Switzerland to Snowdon – A unique steam event in North Wales!
Visit Snowdon Mountain Railway this September and travel free of charge on a nineteenth-century steam train visiting all the way from the Brienz Rothorn Railway in Switzerland.

Doors Open to Gwynedd and Conwy’s Architectural Treasures
A number of historical buildings, gardens, interesting and unusual locations throughout Conwy and Gwynedd will be open to the public for free this September. As part of CADW’s 'Open Doors' scheme, more than 50 buildings will open their doors to the public as part of an annual programme that celebrates Wales’ architectural heritage. Throughout September, events and activities will be held at locations across both counties with opportunities for local residents and visitors to get a taste of the area’s history and heritage. You can download the leaflet and find more information about Open Doors at www.cadw.llyw.cymru/opendoors

Ysbyty’r Chwarel Llanberis Quarry Hospital

Days Open:

Throughout September - 

St Mark’s Church Brithdir
St Mary’s Church Penllech
St Beuno’s Church Penmorfa
St Brothen’s Church Llanfrothen  

September - 

8: Penrhyn Castle & Gardens Bangor
8: St Mary’s Church, Caernarfon
8: Llanbeblig Parish Church, Caernarfon
8: Betws Garmon, Church
8: Salem Chapel, Caernarfon
8: Royal Welsh Yacht Club, Caernarfon
8: Institute Building, Pavilion Hill, Caernarfon
8: Castle Square Presbyterian Church, Caernarfon
8, 9: The Old Courthouse, Caernarfon
9: Market Hall, Caernarfon
15: Archives and Special Collections Bangor University
15: Bangor University Museums collections & guided tours
16: St Gwyndaf’s Church,Llanwnda, Caernarfon
16: St Twrog Church, Llandwrog, Caernarfon
16: Lloyd George Museum, Llanystumdwy
16: Castell y Bere, Tywyn
22: Storiel Bangor
22, 30: Cae’r Gors, Rhosgadfan
22: Meirionnydd Archives, Dolgellau
22, 23: Quarry Hospital, Llanberis
29: Caernarfon Archives
29, 30: Harlech Castle
29, 30: Caernarfon Castle
29, 30: Criccieth Castle
30: Yr Ysgwrn, Trawsfynydd

Gwynedd Council is not responsible for the content of external internet sites

Economy and Community Department, Gwynedd Council, Caernarfon LL55 1SH | Copyright © Gwynedd Council 2018 | Terms and Conditions | Privacy Policy and Cookies | [email protected] | 01286 679686