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Below is a list of the Top Wales Attractions with Websites , Phone Numbers , Images and links to Maps and Reviews, such as mountains, castles, mansions and beaches.

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Mount Snowdon north Wales, 73 miles southwest of Liverpool
Snowdon is the highest mountain in Wales, probably the most climbed mountain in Britain. It is situated in Snowdonia National Park in Gwynedd, by the town of Llanberis. The summit is 3,560 ft above sea level. The Snowdon Mountain Railway (a rack railway) now runs to the top for anyone not fit enough to hike to the top. A restaurant and shop can be found at the top station, just below the summit, with increadible views. Phone number 0844 493 8120.
visitsnowdonia.info . wiki/Page . Postcode LL55 4TY .

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Caernarfon Castle built from 1280s, 77 miles west of Liverpool
Caernarfon Castle is a medieval fortress in Gwynedd, northwest Wales. The castle was involved in many conflicts between Wales and England, and the English Civil War. Entry prices about £6 per adult. Tel: 01286 677 617.
www.caernarfon.com . wiki/page . Postcode: LL55 2AY .

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Beaumaris Castle built from 1295, 78 miles west of Liverpool
Beaumaris was the last and large castles built for King Edward I in Wales. The castle is claimed to be one of the most sophisticated works of medieval architecture in Britain. Entry prices about £5 per adult. Tel: 01248 810 361.
Website . wiki/page . Postcode: LL85 8AP .

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Dinefwr Park and Castle 24 miles north of Swansea
Dinefwr Park and Castle are a historic part of Wales, by the town of Llandeilo, with 2 forts from the Roman era. George and Cecil Rice are credited with designing the scenic 18th-century parkland that can be seen today. Newton House gives visitors a view of life in the early 1900s. Entry price about £6 per adult. Tel: 01558 824 512.
Website . wiki/page . Postcode: SA19 6RT.

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Erddig Hall built 1684-1687, 2 miles south of Wrexham
Claimed to be the jewel in the crown of Welsh country houses, Erddig is an impressive early 1700s country house, that gives a feeling for what life was like for the rich and famous during the 17s, 18s, and 1900s. Entry prices about £6 per adult. Tel: 01978 355 314.
Website . wiki/page . Postcode: LL13 0YT .

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Chirk Castle 11 miles south of Wrexham
Completed in 1310, Chirk is the last Welsh castle from the time of Edward I that is still lived in today. Attractions are the medieval tower and dungeon, 17th-century Long Gallery, 18th-century state apartments, and servants hall. The gardens are also a top attraction. Entry prices about £6 per adult. Tel: 01691 777 701.
Website . wiki/page . Postcode: LL14 5AF .

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Powis Castle and Garden 67 miles west of Birmingham
By the town of Welshpool, the impressive gardens were designed in the style of other top European gardens of the time. The earliest parts of the castle are from the early 1200s, with a number of extensions added over the centuries, leading to the building that is seen toady. Entry price about £7 - £13 per adult. Tel: 01938 551 944.
Website . wiki/page . Postcode: SY21 8RF.

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Beaches of Pembrokeshire on the southwest of Wales
Pembrokeshire is claimed to be Britain's only truly coastal National Park with a wide variety of top beaches, with more Blue Flag and Green Coast beaches than any other county in the country. Some beaches are easy to reach and ideal for families, others are harder to find, but are well worth the effort for the views and tranquility. There are also many fine beaches on the north west coast of Wales.
Website . wiki/page . Map.

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More National Trust Properties in Wales .

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