Welcome to our unique riverside town !.....
Conwy’s not just “the castle” !....... or even “the longest uninterrupted length of mediaeval town wall in Europe”….
Conwy’s narrow streets and alleyways reveal a fascinating history spanning over 900 years – we’ll show you an early 14th Century merchant’s house – possibly the oldest in Wales, a magnificent 16th century town house - certainly one of the finest in the country and, of course, the famous “Smallest House in Great Britain”, once inhabited by a 6'5" sailor, on the town’s picturesque and recently re-designed quayside…..
The walks are taking place in: 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.
Enjoy your stroll through history !
Wednesday 2:00pm (throughout July and August).
Vicarage Gardens car park (see map opposite).