Bodowyr Burial Chamber is a Neolithic chambered tomb. The chamber has three upright stones about a metre high supporting a robust, wedge-shaped capstone. A large stone lying flat nearby on the Read more [...]
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Llynnon Mill is the only working windmill in Wales. Watch the traditional way of making flour with the big windmill sails driving large millstones to make stone-ground flour from organic Read more [...]
Bryn Celli Ddu Burial Chamber, a chambered Neolithic tomb on the site of a former henge monument.
Caer Lêb (name means Leaven Castle) is a low-lying rectilinear enclosure, with double banks and ditches.
Caer Gybi Roman Fort is small rectangular for overlooking the harbour which formed a defense against raiders from across the Irish Sea. After the departure of the Romans from Britain Read more [...]
Beaumaris Castle was the last and largest of King Edward I Welsh fortifications started in the 1290’s. Defences survive, surrounded by a partly restored moat. Beaumaris Castle is built on Read more [...]
Plas Newydd is an 18th Century mansion house designed by James Wyatt, home of the Marquess of Anglesey. Large gardens, woodland walks and a marine walk along the Menai Straits Read more [...]
Caer y Tŵr, Iron Age hill fort with late Roman watchtower, on the summit of Holyhead mountain.
Din Dryfol Burial Chamber, Neolithic chambered tomb consisting of several large stones, one stands at about 10 feet (3 metres) high. The capstone has collapsed and many stones are missing Read more [...]
Swtan is a fully restored example of a 17th century Welsh cottage with a thatched roof, crogloft. It is situated on the beautiful north west Wales coast of Anglesey, in Read more [...]
Din Lligwy Huts are well-preserved stone-built huts in an enclosure dating from the Romano-British period. Excavation has revealed a variety of buildings, including roundhouses and rectangular barns/workshops.
Castell Bryn Gwyn is a circular bank of Neolithic origin, surviving to a height of 12 feet. Artifacts found give evidence of Iron Age and Roman settlements.