Parc Glynllifon - the home of Adra
With miles of nature-rich rustic woodland walks, charming historic features and contemporary sculptures - Parc Glynllifon, a country park owned by Gwynedd Council - is perfect for relaxing picnics, leisurely walks and spending quality time with the family. Whether you're a dog-walker, nature lover, jogger or curious child - there's something for everyone.
Enjoy the special atmosphere of the mansion's old pleasure grounds. A Grade One listed garden and dedicated Site of Special Scientific Interest, the grounds of Parc Glynllifon is home to some of the rarest flora and fauna in the country, a diverse selection of exotic trees and plans and home to many rare wildlife species. Within the grounds you'll find follies dating back to the 18th century along with comtemporary scupltures and installations.
Things to see and do:
- Tree trail featuring 50 tree species
- Family treasure hunt and orienteering course
- Historical exhibition on Plas Glynllifon and estate
- Historical steam engine
- Cafe, craft workshops, ample free parking for coaches and cars
Opening hours and entrance fees:
Peak season (1 April-30 September)
Low season (1 October-31 March)
Park members (Parc Glynllifon Friends) have unlimited access every day throughout the year.
Day family entry (2+2) £10
Family (2+2) £45
The maintenance of the historic grounds is entirely funded by the entrance fee - thank you for your support! Access to the shop, cafe and workshops are free of charge.
For full details visit: www.gwynedd.gov.uk/parcglynllifon
Entrance tickets to Parc Glynllifon are administered by Adra (Cymru) Cyf on behalf of Gwynedd Council. Adra has no responsibility over the park's management or maintenance.
Parc Glynllifon is located near the village of Llandwrog, just off the main A499 road between Caernarfon and Pwllheli.
Parc Glynllifon, Clynnog Road, nr Caernarfon, Gwynedd LL54 5DY