Conwy Estuary

Conwy Estuary

Children love hands on learning. At Conwy there are special Wildlife Discovery Trails which will give them an unforgettable experience. Habitat : wetland, scrub, coastal, estuary

Check their website : www.rspb.org.uk/conwy

Situated on the banks of the Conwy estuary, with magnificent views of Snowdonia and Conwy Castle, this reserve is delightful at any time of the year.

They have regular guided walks along pushchair-friendly paths.

Events to suit everybody from keen birdwatchers to beginners or young families.

The visitor centre can help you spot godwits and shelducks or any of the 200+ different species of birds seen at the reserve.

Don't forget to visit the Waterside Coffee Shop overlooking a lagoon. 

And the all too important gift shop too.

Farmers market the last Wednesday of every month.

How to get there:

Access from A55 expressway.  Leave A55 at J18 signed Deganwy: reserve entrance on roundabout above expressway

Additional Information:

Open all year

Shop & visitor centre open every day (except Christmas day) 9.30am-5pm

Coffee shop open 10am-4.30pm (4pm November-March)

Tel : 01492 584091

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Local attraction

Parent & Tots 15% discount

Terms and conditions apply

  • Children must be pre-school age
  • Excludes school holidays
  • Quote P&T15

Pensioner 15% discount

Terms and conditions apply

  • Lead guest must be a pensioner - proof of age required
  • Excludes school holidays
  • Quote YOUNGATHEART15

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Ferris Wheel
Boats In Harbour
Child On Funfair Motorbike
Children On Beach
Evening Coastal Scene
Seaweed And Girl On Beach

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