July 2010

Pili Palas is an all ages and all weather attraction located on the Penmynydd Road, Menai Bridge, Anglesey. (Anglesey is approx 35 miles from Abersoch.)

As well as being Wales’ premier butterfly house – its also a jungle where you can meet exotic creatures such as Billy the 14ft Burmese Rock Python & Charlie the cockatoo, or venture into the Terrapin Tunnel, Lizard Land & new for 2010 – Bug Zone !

Other attractions include:

  • Pets Corner
  • Outdoor Adventure Playground
  • Indoor Play Zone
  • Bouncy Castle
  • Farm Yard
  • Nature Trail

There is a 70 seater cafe (with FREE Wi Fi) and a Gift shop.

Information
Open daily from 10am to 5.30pm, prices (2010):

Adults £6.75
OAPs/Students £5.95
Children (under 3’s FREE) £5.75
Family (2+2) £22.00

Website: www.pilipalas.co.uk
Tel: 01248 712 474
Postcode: LL59 5RP

This information has been provided to help families staying in North Wales find activities to do. If you have visited Pili Palas and would like to share your experience, please feel free to make a comment below.

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