Caernarfon is a surprising place. Many only know it for its medieval castle but, for those who take the time to explore the hidden corners and side streets, it is a town steeped in history and intrigue.
Have you ever wondered why the Anglesey Hotel is the most haunted pub in Caernarfon or how the town is connected to one of the most brutal murders in British history? Have you any idea who the “nymphs of the pavement” were or where they frequented?
The walks are taking place in: Beaumaris, Conwy, Llangollen, Ruthin, Chirk and Rhuddlan
Walks last around one and half-hours. Just turn up. Adults £5, Children £3. Special walks can be arranged for groups.
If you would you like to unearth some of Caernarfon’s more colourful tales and legends, then you should join us as we delve into Caernarfon’s darker history.
Unfortunately the Caernarfon Tour is not running in summer 2013. Come back soon to see when the walks will start again.
Y Galeri Victoria Dock (see map opposite).