Snowdonia Pass: your ticket to great savings in Snowdonia

Snowdonia Pass - card front and backThe Snowdonia Pass is a credit card-sized plastic pass which is accepted by dozens of participating businesses in the tourism, leisure and hospitality industries in Gwynedd, Anglesey and Conwy.

Once you buy a Snowdonia Pass just present it to a participating business (or mention the pass if you pre-book over the phone or by email), to benefit from an exclusive discount or ‘Snowdonia Pass deal’ offered by that business.

Snowdonia Pass is supported by Visit Wales, Visit Britain and Visit Snowdonia.

How to buy a Snowdonia Pass

You can buy a Snowdonia Pass in any of the following ways:

Snowdonia scenery - Snowdonia Pass

  • From this website – click any ‘buy a pass’ button to be taken to a secure checkout where you can safely enter your payment details. Your Snowdonia Pass will be sent to you by post.
  • From partner websites including Visit Snowdonia, Visit Britain and Attractions of Snowdonia. Your Snowdonia Pass will be sent to you by post.
  • From any of the Tourist Information Centres (TIC) and retailers listed below. You can take your pass away with you and use it immediately.

The Snowdonia Pass costs just £5, and there are some terms of use that you should be aware of – you can read these here.

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Snowdonia Pass TICs and retailers


Aberdyfi TIC
Snowdonia National Park Information Centre
Wharf Gardens
Sea View Terrace
Gwynedd LL35 0ED
01654 767321 / TIC.Aberdyfi@eryri-npa.gov.uk
Open: Easter to October – daily 9:30 – 17:00

Barmouth TIC
Station Road
Gwynedd LL42 1LU
01341 280787 / barmouth.tic@gwynedd.gov.uk
Open: winter – open Monday to Saturday 10.00am – 3.30pm, summer (Easter to End of September) – open Monday to Sunday 10.00am – 5.00pm

Beddgelert TIC
Snowdonia National Park Information Centre
Gwynedd LL55 4YD
01766 890615 / TIC.Beddgelert@eryri-npa.gov.uk

Betws y Coed TIC (Betws Hub) 
Snowdonia National Park Information Centre
Royal Oak Stables
Betws Y Coed
Gwynedd LL24 0AH
01690 710426 / tic.byc@eryri-npa.gov.uk

Caernarfon TIC 
Oriel Pendeitsh, Castle Street
Gwynedd LL55 1SE
01286 672232 / caernarfon.tic@gwynedd.gov.uk
Opening hours: winter – open Monday to Saturday 10.00am – 3.30pm, summer (Easter to end of September) – open Monday to Sunday 9.30am – 4.30pm

Porthmadog TIC
High Street
Gwynedd LL49 9LP
01766 512981 / porthmadog.tic@gwynedd.gov.uk
Opening hours: winter (October to Easter) – Monday to Saturday 10.00am – 3.30pm, summer (Easter to end of September) – Monday to Sunday 10.00am – 5.00pm

Portmeirion TIC
Gwynedd LL48 6ER
01766 770000 / info@portmeirion-village.com
Open daily 9:30-5:00

Pwllheli TIC
Neaudd Dwyfor
Penlan Street
Gwynedd LL53 5DE
01758 613000 / pwllheli.tic@gwynedd.gov.uk
Opening hours: April – September, Monday to Saturday 10:00 – 17:00


A Likely Story Bookstore
A Likely Story
College Green
Gwynedd LL36 9BS
07921 166808

Courts Newsagents
High Street
Gwynedd  LL53 7DR
01758 712318

Snowdonia Pass member organisations

Beics Menai Bikes
1, Slate Quay
Gwynedd LL55 2PB
01286 676 804
Open Monday-Saturday 9.30am-5pm

HWB Eryri (located at Electric Mountain)
Electric Mountain Visitor Centre
Gwynedd LL55 4UR
01286 870636
Open seven days a week

Glasfryn Parc
Y Ffor
LL53 6PG
01766 810 000
Open from 9.30am every day of the year except Christmas Day

GreenWood Forest Park
Y Felinheli
Gwynedd LL56 4QN
01248 671493
Open 10am-5.30pm March-October

Inigo Jones Slateworks
Tudor Slate Works
Y Groeslon
Gwynedd LL54 7UE
01286 830242
Open daily 9am-5pm except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day

King Arthur’s Labyrinth
Corris Craft Centre
Powys SY20 9RF
01654 761584
Open 21 March to 31 October, 10am to 5pm

Plas Tan y Bwlch
Blaenau Ffestiniog
Gwynedd LL41 3YU
01766 772600
Open daily 10am – 4pm

How to use your Snowdonia Pass

Dwyryd Estuary - Snowdonia PassBrowse the list of participating businesses to find out about the latest deals being offered by our partners. You can filter the list by category, or use the ‘search’ box if you’re looking for a specific business.

In the listings or search results, click the name of a business to open its profile page and find out more about the partner, including contact details, opening hours, social media links and any terms and conditions attached to the deal. Some partners require you to pre-book and quote ‘Snowdonia Pass’ during the booking process, so it’s important that you do read each partner’s terms and conditions.

If no pre-booking is required, simply visit the business and present your Snowdonia Pass to take advantage of the special deal on offer.

It’s important that you carefully check the deals on offer before you make your booking or visit a participating business, because deals can and do change from time to time. As Snowdonia Pass becomes more widely publicised among local businesses, we will see a lot of growth in our list of partners – so it’s to your advantage to regularly check the listings for changes and additions.

You can also keep up to date with Snowdonia Pass news, including the addition of new deals and new partners, by subscribing to our newsletter or connecting with us on social media. You’ll find the newsletter subscription form at the bottom of the website, and social media links at the top.

Who it’s for

Walking in Snowdonia - Snowdonia PassThe Snowdonia Pass is for anyone who wants to save money on leisure activities and holiday accommodation in Snowdonia. While it’s great for tourists and other visitors, it’s also perfect for local residents – the more you use your pass, the more you’ll save, so if you live in the Snowdonia region it’s worth buying a pass so that you can enjoy regular savings on your leisure activities. For example, if your favourite local restaurant is a Snowdonia Pass partner, you can save every time you eat there, subject to the partner’s offer and T&Cs.

Become a Snowdonia Pass partner

If you run a business in Gwynedd, Conwy or Anglesey and would like to become a partner and enjoy the fantastic benefits of being a Snowdonia Pass member, please email post@snowdoniapass.co.uk to register your interest.

Your business should fit into at least one of the following consumer-facing categories:

  • Accommodation – B&Bs, hotels, campsites, caravan parks, hostels, self-catering, and so on
  • Attractions and activities – family attractions, heritage sites, museums, galleries, performance spaces, outdoor activities, tour/activity guides, and so on
  • Food and drink – restaurants, cafes, producers, and so on
  • Retail – shops, markets, ecommerce websites and other retail outlets
  • Getting around – buses, trains, and other modes of transport

Benefits of membership

  • Increased visibility – reach hundreds of thousands of potential customers
  • Promotion of your business through local, regional and national marketing campaigns
  • Fully measurable monitoring of your subscription
  • Available to local residents as well as visitors – bringing the potential to increase footfall all year round, not just during the peak season
  • Engage with potential customers via our social media accounts, blog and newsletters
  • Only £75 + VAT for a twelve-month subscription

Who we are

Attractions of Snowdonia logoSnowdonia Pass is the brainchild of Attractions of Snowdonia, a consortium of Snowdonia attractions working together to promote and support the region’s tourism, leisure and hospitality industries.

The launch of Snowdonia Pass has been partially funded by Visit Wales, and the project has the support of several public bodies including Visit Britain, Visit Snowdonia and Cadw.









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