About Bangor Railway Station
Bangor Railway Station is the main train station serving the city of Bangor, Gwynedd, Wales. Opened in 1848, the station is now Wales’ most active in terms of passenger numbers, and stands as the last remaining mainland station on the north coast of Wales between Holyhead and Crewe.
Explore Snowdonia National Park
Snowdonia ranks among the largest national parks in Britain, and any visitor will tell you that it’s one of the most beautiful parts of Wales. It’s also one of the country’s highest points, with Mount Snowdon’s peak towering 3,560ft. With 823 square miles to explore, visitors will always find something to their tastes, from peaceful meandering pathways through the mountains to rugged, challenging mountain bike trails. Whatever brings you to Gwynedd, Snowdonia is sure to refresh your senses, and make you feel that much closer to nature.
Discover Penrhyn Castle
One of Wales’ mightiest historical buildings, and an intriguing relic of its turbulent past, Penrhyn Castle is always worth a visit for those in the Bangor area. Its incredible medieval façade prefaces amazingly detailed architecture, lavish, historical interiors, and one of the finest art collections in the county. After walking through its Victorian kitchens and Neo-Norman stairways, visitors can spend a while exploring the sprawling surrounding woodland, with spectacular views of Snowdonia.
Planning a trip to Bangor Railway Station? Travelodge Bangor Hotel is just a 10-minute drive away, and Travelodge Caernarfon Hotel can be reached in 20.