Blaenau Ffestiniog is very lucky to have this attraction on its doorstep!
It was the owners at the Queens Hotel that highly recommended ‘It’s a small world’ to me and boy am I glad they did. Having travelled the lengths and breadths of the British Isles and Ireland to bring you the very best attractions, as much as it’s great to recommend the biggest of attractions to you, for me, the small hidden gems are just as important, as they’re the ones you’ve never heard of. Here time stands still and in some ways, turns backwards. It also has the ability of being able to turn adults back into kids and kids into adults almost instantaneously. There’s no entrance fee at the door, you just pay for whichever attractions within ‘It’s a small World’ that takes your fancy, but even if you did everything here, it wouldn’t break the bank!
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It's a small world, Church Street, Blaenau Ffestiniog, UK
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