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Visit RSPB Conwy car-free
From Llandudno Junction, it’s a ½ mile walk to the reserve. The quickest route is to turn left from the station and left again onto Conway Road. There is a nicer, slightly longer route (just over a mile) along the estuary described in the By bike section.
Alternatively, bus 27 from Colwyn Bay to Conwy stops at Tesco in Llandudno, just across the A55 roundabout from the reserve. Several other buses run to Llandudno junction. Bus 25 from Eglwysbach stops too.
There are direct trains to Llandudno Junction from: Conwy & Colwyn Bay (5 mins), Bangor & Rhyl (15 mins), Llanrwst (25 mins), Holyhead & Chester (45 mins), Blaenau Ffestiniog (55 mins), Manchester Airport (2.5 hrs), Birmingham and London. When you travel by train, a Llandudno PlusBus ticket gives you unlimited travel around the town by bus.
Use our journey planner to get the best route from where you are.
Cyclists welcome - plan your route here
Free cup of tea or filter coffee from the reserve’s Waterside Coffee Shop when you show a valid train ticket to Llandudno Junction.
Here’s some information on accessibility on buses and trains.
About RSPB Conwy
With evening starling murmurations in winter, thousands of late spring orchids and waders in the autumn lagoons, RSPB Conwy offers year-round wildlife spectacles. Follow the boardwalk through a reedbed and the trail past mudflats, saltmarsh and dragonfly-haunted ponds.
For any queries about visiting contact RSPB Conwy on 01492 584091 or email@example.com
Address: RSPB Conwy, Llandudno Junction LL31 9XZ. Visit Website