People pass through Holyhead!
People donít stay a while and explore!
Why not take the opportunity to have a wander around Holyhead with a professional guide and where many interesting facts past and present will be revealed.
Find out about the obelisk dominating the rocky outcrop by the port or why there is an ĎAdmiralty Archí leading to nowhere.
Hear tales about past colourful characters of Holyhead. Its value to Ireland and some tales about the Romans.
The stories of some saints, sailors and sinners, the importance of the Railway and why we have the remains of a Woolly Mammoth in the Maritime Museum.
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.
Unfortunately the Holyhead Tour is not running in summer 2013. Come back soon to see when the walks will start again!
Start and end at the Venue Walkway Cafe. Located at the town end of the Celtic Bridge (see map opposite).
Last Visit Point
Holyhead Maritime Museum. The walk does not incorporate a visit to the museum and continues on to the Venue Walkway.
There is an opportunity to visit the museum independently*
*Entrance fee applies.