Snowdonia

Escape to an awe-inspiring landscape steeped in myth and legend.

Places to visit

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Which places are open and what you need to know before you visit 

We're starting to open some gardens and parklands in England and Northern Ireland at reduced capacity, through advance bookings every week. Most places up to 8 June have now reached capacity. New tickets are released every Friday and we'll continue to add new places over the coming weeks. More than 200 coast and countryside car parks are now open. All houses remain closed for now and all places in Wales remain closed following Welsh Government advice. Read this article to find out what's open and what to expect from your visit.​

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Important update on Welsh Government legislation  

New Welsh Government legislation; Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (Wales) Regulations 2020 has now come into force. This affects access to certain public paths and land accessible by the public. Please check back for updates and information about which areas are affected.

Explore our places

Make the most of Snowdonia

Natural wonders
Three people walking past a river on the Migneint, Conwy

Upper Conwy Catchment Project 

Find out how we're working with partners and communities for a healthier, cleaner catchment.

Sheep herding  at Hafod Y Llan

Farming 

Snowdonia's landscape can be a challenging place to farm. Find out how we're working with tenants to ensure we have resilient nature friendly farms.

Close up of first Welsh Bible printed in 1588 opened onto page of First Testament at Ty Mawr Wyrbnant, Snowdonia

Low carbon conservation 

Find out how we've been using a stream to keep a culturally significant collection dry at Tŷ Mawr Wybrnant.

A land of legends

Help keep Snowdonia beautiful

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With your support vital paths and routes in Snowdonia that are in desperate need of repair can be restored. Please support this appeal and help protect Snowdonia for ever, for everyone.