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How much is the Llanberis Lake railway?

How much is the Llanberis Lake railway?

2020 Fares: Adult £9.30, Concessions £8.30, Child travelling alone £4.70, Child travelling with Adult £4.20 . Full range of family tickets available e.g. 2 adults & 2 children £25.00 or 1 adult & 3 children £20.90.

How long is the Llanberis Lake railway?

five mile
The five mile return trip takes around 60 minutes, and all advertised trains are scheduled to be hauled by one of our vintage steam engines rescued from the nearby Dinorwic slate quarries.

Does Llanberis have a train station?

Llanberis Station A warm Welsh welcome awaits you at Snowdon Mountain Railway, in the picturesque village of Llanberis. Visitors have been coming here to experience this unique railway since 1896, soaking up the sights and sounds of billowing steam in the heart of Snowdonia.

Can you take dogs on the Llanberis Lake railway?

The Llanberis Lake Narrow Gauge Railway allows well-behaved dogs on board for a small fee. The return trip lasts about an hour, but it is possible to break the journey to take a later train.

Where is the end of the Llanberis Lake Railway?

The original terminus at Gilfach Ddu is now a through station serving both the National Slate Museum and the nearby Dolbadarn Castle. On the return journey from Pen Llyn, passengers may alight at Cei Llydan station, where a picnic site is available with views of the Snowdonian mountains above Llanberis Pass.

Where is the train from Llanberis to Penllyn?

From Llanberis the train runs non-stop through the Padarn Country Park, joining the 1845 slate railway route to run along the shores of Lake Padarn to Penllyn, and giving stunning views of Snowdon, the highest peak in England and Wales.

When to go to Llanberis Lake for Easter?

Visit the annual Model Railway Exhibition at the National Slate Museum, adjacent to our Gilfach Ddu station. See the models then ride on the real thing! April 11 – 13th 2020. Hunt for the Easter Eggs cunningly hidden around the railway and stations.

When did the National Museum of Wales Open?

A day full of enjoyment and education awaits in a dramatically beautiful landscape on the shores of Llyn Padarn, and at the terminus of the Llanberis Lake Railway, one of the ‘Great Little Trains of Wales’, which runs along the waters port shoreline. The Museum originally opened to the public in 1972.