Britain's longest cable car runs from the Happy Valley Gardens above the pier (subject to the somewhat changeable weather, of course)...
Departs from the pier for a hop-on/hop-off double-decker bus tour of Llandudno and Conwy; tickets are valid for 24 hours.
Professor Codman’s Punch & Judy Show
Queen Victoria herself watched this show, performed by the same family with the same puppets since 1860. Mr Punch’s iconic...
Osborne's Cafe Grill
If you really want to live the grand Victorian fantasy, starch your shirt and head to Osbourne House, where military types peer out of...
Llandudno Pier information
Lonely Planet review
A trip to Llandudno isn’t complete until you’ve strolled along the Victorian pier, eating ice cream and shooing away seagulls. At 670m it's the longest pier in Wales. When it opened in 1878 its main use was as a disembarkation point for passengers from the Isle of Man steamers. Those days are long gone, and candyfloss, slot machines and views of the offshore wind farm are now the order of the day. High art it ain't, but the kids will love it.