A re-created 'relic' of the Victorian era, the camera obscura is an immense pinhole camera allowing you to see practically into the...
Constitution Hill rises from the northern end of the seafront promenade; on a clear day you can see the Llŷn Peninsula from its blustery...
This museum is in the Coliseum, which opened in 1905 as a theatre, then served as a cinema promising 'amusement without vulgarity' from...
This traditional single-screen shows current mainstream releases and runs a bar for a pre-flick beer.
If you've ever wondered how Italian food tastes when made with Welsh ingredients – think pizzas and calzones with Welsh pork sausage or...
Cliff Tce · interesting places nearby
Cliff Railway information
If your legs aren't up to the climb of Constitution Hill (130m), you can catch a lift on the trundling little Cliff Railway, the UK's longest electric funicular and possibly its slowest too, at a breakneck 4mph. It must have been glacial when first built, in 1896, when it was powered by a water-balance system.