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Menai Bridge Tourist Information

The gateway to the Isle of Anglesey

Menai Bridge is a bustling town which lies on the banks of the Menai Strait in South East Anglesey, it's positioned roughly four and a half miles from the town of Beaumaris, whilst the renowned village of Llanfairpwllgwyngyll is only two miles away.


The town is certainly worth browsing around with its eclectic mix of buildings and colourful shop fronts, visiting tourists will find various shops around the town and a fine selection of eating establishments to choose from along with a number of welcoming pubs.

The town is a doddle to reach
Menai Bridge is the first town reached on Anglesey when travelling across from mainland Wales by road, and it's certainly done in style as visitors drive across the stunningly beautiful Menai Suspension Bridge. Buses frequently stop in the town throughout the day as they travel to and from various towns and villages on Anglesey, buses also regularly travel between the town and across to the city of Bangor on mainland Wales. The nearest train station is in Llanfairpwll a couple of miles away, it's a request stop train station which is the next stop along from the city of Bangor.

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The Anglesey Coastal Path passes along the shoreline of the Menai Strait, it combines a lovely leisurely walk along the tidal channel with magnificent views of the Menai Suspension Bridge that dominates the town.

There are a number of islands dotted along the Menai Strait, one of which is Church Island. The Island (which lies in the shadow of the Menai Suspension Bridge) is home to St Tysilio's Church, where its graveyard has graves of those who died either whilst helping build the Menai Bridge along with those who settled in the town after the work was completed. There is also a memorial on the island dedicated to local men who lost their lives during the World Wars, this also provides an excellent vantage point for views of the Menai Strait and the Menai Suspension Bridge and the Britannia Bridge (both of which form the crossings to Anglesey from mainland Wales).

Outside the town is Pili Palas Nature World, it's a small zoo full of tropical butterflies flying around which can land on you as you wander through the steamy butterfly house. There are other interesting animals, reptiles, birds, and insects at the zoo, along with an indoor play area and an outside adventure playground, a giant bouncy castle, ride-on tractors and a zip wire.

For those who fancy getting up close and personal with the Menai Strait, Rib Ride Adventure Boat Tours offer various boat trips. One of the amazing trips they offer zips passengers along the Menai Strait on an hour long rib boat ride under both the Menai Suspension Bridge and the Britannia Bridge, through the infamous Swellies, past ‘Millionaires Row’, past Garth Pier (the second-longest pier in Wales) then back to back to Menai Bridge.

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Menai Bridge tourist information

The gateway to the Isle of Anglesey

Menai Bridge is a bustling town which lies on the banks of the Menai Strait in South East Anglesey, it's positioned roughly four and a half miles from the town of Beaumaris, whilst the renowned village of Llanfairpwllgwyngyll is only two miles away.


The town is certainly worth browsing around with its eclectic mix of buildings and colourful shop fronts, visiting tourists will find various shops around the town and a fine selection of eating establishments to choose from along with a number of welcoming pubs.

The town is a doddle to reach
Menai Bridge is the first town reached on Anglesey when travelling across from mainland Wales by road, and it's certainly done in style as visitors drive across the stunningly beautiful Menai Suspension Bridge. Buses frequently stop in the town throughout the day as they travel to and from various towns and villages on Anglesey, buses also regularly travel between the town and across to the city of Bangor on mainland Wales. The nearest train station is in Llanfairpwll a couple of miles away, it's a request stop train station which is the next stop along from the city of Bangor.

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The Anglesey Coastal Path passes along the shoreline of the Menai Strait, it combines a lovely leisurely walk along the tidal channel with magnificent views of the Menai Suspension Bridge that dominates the town.

There are a number of islands dotted along the Menai Strait, one of which is Church Island. The Island (which lies in the shadow of the Menai Suspension Bridge) is home to St Tysilio's Church, where its graveyard has graves of those who died either whilst helping build the Menai Bridge along with those who settled in the town after the work was completed. There is also a memorial on the island dedicated to local men who lost their lives during the World Wars, this also provides an excellent vantage point for views of the Menai Strait and the Menai Suspension Bridge and the Britannia Bridge (both of which form the crossings to Anglesey from mainland Wales).

Outside the town is Pili Palas Nature World, it's a small zoo full of tropical butterflies flying around which can land on you as you wander through the steamy butterfly house. There are other interesting animals, reptiles, birds, and insects at the zoo, along with an indoor play area and an outside adventure playground, a giant bouncy castle, ride-on tractors and a zip wire.

For those who fancy getting up close and personal with the Menai Strait, Rib Ride Adventure Boat Tours offer various boat trips. One of the amazing trips they offer zips passengers along the Menai Strait on an hour long rib boat ride under both the Menai Suspension Bridge and the Britannia Bridge, through the infamous Swellies, past ‘Millionaires Row’, past Garth Pier (the second-longest pier in Wales) then back to back to Menai Bridge.

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