With its ornate Victorian, Grade 2 listed pier, this university town at the eastern end of the Menai Straits stands guard over the gateway to Anglesey. One of Wales' oldest cities, Bangor has cultural, historical and seaside attractions to suit any visitor.
Bangor St Deiniol's is the oldest cathedral foundation in Britain, dating back to the sixth century AD. Though none of the original building survives, the present 12th century church is a splendid stone archive of Welsh history.
Learn about the Welsh language, culture, costume and the Welsh dragon. There are textiles, art and archaeology exhibitions as well as the early furniture collection which includes a splendid oak drawer chest dating back to 1666, and a fine welsh dresser.
A great idea for a day out, entry to this destination is free!
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