The area around Llandudno Junction is renowned for castle and parks and is famous for its 'The Killer'.
Sights and places of interest
Enrich your day out to Llandudno Junction by visiting or looking out for:
- Conwy Castle
- Conwy Suspension Bridge
- Teapot World (Teapot Museum)
- Aberconwy House
- Quay House, The Smallest House in Great Britain
- Aberconwy Abbey
- Conwy Town Walls
- Conwy, St Mary's and All Saints Church
- Plas Mawr
- Bodysgallen Hall
Planning your journey
Facilities at Llandudno Junction station
|Car Park||Monday To Friday - 24 Hours|
The toilets are located on Platform 1.
|Staff Help Available||
0500 - 2300 Monday to Saturday; 0900 - 2300 Sunday; Help provided by on train staff outside staffing hours.
Monday - 05:25-23:00
Sunday - 08:00-23:00
|Impaired Mobility Set Down||
|Ramp For Train Access||
|Step Free Access||
A footbridge with lifts and steps links the car park at the station front with all platforms
For full station facilities as stated in the Accessible Travel Policy, please visit the Transport for Wales website: www.tfwrail.wales/our-network/stations.
|National Key Toilets||
|Accessible Ticket Machines||
The ticket machine is next to the ticket office and takes cash, debit and credit cards.
|Height Adjusted Ticket Office Counter||
|Nearest Stations With More Facilities|