llandudno extravaganzaLlandudno Victorian Extravaganza is back for its 2017 event! Taking place from 29th April to 1st May, the excitement is building in the area for what is one of the biggest and best events in North Wales.

The event is one of the highlights of the Welsh event calendar, gathering more interest and momentum every year. When the extravaganza was launched back in 1986, it was a way to celebrate the town’s rich history and link to the Victorian period, which showcased some of the Victorian technologies, costumes and games among the town’s superb buildings. More recent years have seen the addition of more stalls, Victorian events, fairground rides, music performers and musical concert entertainment, spread across the town – making use of the famous high streets and promenade.

The festival is now in its 31st year and promises to be better than ever before. You’ll see many strolling the town in their Victorian outfits, helping photographers get their perfect shots for their entry into the photography competition.

Carnival games, puppet shows, brass bands, duck ponds, coconut shys and even shooting games are all available to play whilst at this wonderful event, giving visitors a wonderful environment to enjoy themselves.

There are of course plentiful arrays of food and drink stalls that will be serving visitors, whilst local establishments will be open and serving visitors from far and wide with their fine Llandudno offerings, with a number of lovely pubs, restaurants and hotels ready to serve you.

Pop on over at some point to Llandudno for what will be an incredible weekend of a Victorian themed carnival celebrations. The excitement will be taking place across three days, 29th April, 30th April and 1st May 2017.

The official line up and schedule of events is to be released soon, so watch this space or alternatively check out the Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza Website.

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