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Llandudno Pier is a Grade II* listed pier in the seaside resort of Llandudno, North Wales, United Kingdom. At 2,295 feet (700 m), the pier is the longest in Wales and the fifth longest in England and Wales. In 2005, was voted "Pier of the Year 2005" by the members of the National Piers Society.
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A lovely place to go with the family, have something for everyone. We went on a lovely sunny day which really made a difference, can sit outside with a drink and enjoy the beautiful views. Standard seaside attractions and tourist shops to enjoy and the surrounding area is beautiful with lots of shops and restaurants around. Definitely worth a day trip if the weather is looking good.
A very nice pier. Kept very clean. Plenty to do for the kids with children's rides at the beginning. There is also a amusement arcade. Quite a few kiosks selling different fast foods. A lovely long walk to the end of the pier which on a sunny day the breeze is fantastic. But can be bitter in the winter. I would certainly recommend a visit.
Definitely take a walk down the pier and have a go on the slots. Lots of little shops en route. Also toilets near the end. Don't worry about them over hanging the edge though! You might be lucky and spy a seal. Great view.
Delightful architecture, full of original features such as ornate ironwork and stained glass windows. Lots of little shops selling coffee, ice-cream or souvenirs. There's also a fishing platform at the end. Great views of the Great Orme and back across the bay to this excellently maintained town. There's a small downside. There's no theatre or other grand attraction to get to and a bar and burger stand just seems a bit out of keeping with this glorious old construction.
The longest pier in Wales, replete with its original Victorian kiosks and looking every bit as splendid as when it first opened. There's a coffee shop and a bar at the end, plus two amusement arcades, doughnuts, hot dogs and burgers, ice cream, candy floss, pick 'n' mix, kids' toys... in short, it's a youngsters' paradise (and not just for youngsters!) It's free too, and open until late (10pm I think) in the summer months. Perfect any time of day for a stroll.
Must-do in Llandudno. Love the structure itself of the pier and the unobstructed views it offers. Simple Victorian lines... Don't care so much for the attractions but we did play a game of air hockey, good fun. Watch out for the sea gulls! One of them swooped down to grab the cone of the woman in front of us. No harm done but it might have been different with a kid.
Lots of quirky little shops selling all sorts of things. Not just the usual seaside fayre (though that's well catered for too). Take a look over the side during the summer and enjoy the spectacle of thousands of jellyfish drifting by. A jolly good pier.
Nice to see The Pier having some painting done as it dose look a little dated. but we should support these timeless places. Very clean and tidy nice walk in the sun shine beautiful day so lucky with the weather too. CD stall has a great selection of music and good prices. Best of British.
I'd recommend to try and visit when it's not so busy. But we still had a lovely time. Lots of shops along the way. Some of them quirky ones, which is what we love. And we loved the cheese place and testing, unfortunately couldn't buy any as we had nowhere to keep it for the time of our stay there. At the end of the pier you can get some drinks as there's a pub, there and you can sit outside enjoying the drinks and the views.
A great traditional pier in great condition. There are all the typical amusement arcades and some funfair rides for younger children. And there are fishing permits available for the far end of the pier. The only problem you will have is parking! Not easy. Have fun. And an ice cream.
The Pier is located at the end of the Promenade next to the Great Orme. When I visited it was out of season with a lot of the attractions and shops closed. Entry to the pier is free and there are fantastic views on a clear day. There are a couple of places at the end of the pier where you can grab a drink or food at reasonable prices.
A typical Elizabethan pierce that appears to be in good condition. Typical seaside amusement arcade at the entrance with seaside style shops selling gifts rock novelties etc along the length. Several cafes and ice cream stalls adorn it's length. A slot machine arcade is located at the far end. Sea fishing is available on the length but mainly at the end. Pier offers a good bracing walk out to sea. A very popular tourist attraction and worth a visit. Parking is only available on the nearby roads.
One of the main attractions in the town and it's really well received especially in summer. There's loads of rides and little stalls that sell bits and food. Its always worth walking along especially when the sun is out and you can appreciate the views out to sea and back to the promenade. It's a little worse for wear in places but it's always busy and with plenty to occupy you for a while.
A very nice place to visit. Perfect time is the summer. However, you can get an amazing experience in spring as well. The place and the people are really welcoming. You can also get the benefits from the pubs and restaurants which are really close to the pier. If you have plan to stay overnight, plan it ahead.
This is a well maintained pier. Lovely shops, entertainment arcades, rides and bouncy castles for children. Fishing platforms at the end of pier, shop selling bate at pier entrance. Beautifully lit up at night, gorgeous Christmas decorations. A long pier, providing a good walk, and stunning views in every direction. One of the best in Britain for views and lots of seats on pier too!
Was freezing when I went to Llandudno but it should be fun visiting in summers. Lots of fun activities for kids. Ample of eating places and parking. You can walk on the pier all the way to end and enjoy a beer with some live music. There are toilets on the pier as well if u had a few 🍺 🍺 😊. And yes, a fishing point too for enthusiasts.
Still love the pier. Been coming since I was a kid.now I bring my kids. Fun for all ages
Great place to walk and unwind. The pier is beautiful. Although a predominantly pebble beach there is a small section of sand for building your castles.
Quaint seaside town pier. Which in the summer time in sure would be lovely. During the winter it's a tad cold. But what would you expect in the UK!
Nice scenic place . It is one of the longest pier I ever visited . There are lot of small shops on pier which serve food and snacks . There is a very big game room. For those who wanted to do fishing need to take an extra ticket . Ample street parking is available . £2 for 4 hours. Awesome place must visit
Nice place to walk and see some history. Not many Victorian piers like this left, so quite a special walk. The pier is quite run down and some of the shops and entertainment need refreshing. Easily spend too long in the amusement arcade.