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Marquess of Anglesey's Column, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll

#22 of 34 in Sightseeing in Anglesey
Monument Tourist Spot
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  • Sadly this attraction has been closed for years although you can still access the car park. The monument is in a poor state of repair but still looks magnificent.  more »
  • We have visited numerous times and it is definitely worth the track up. The views are spectacular and it is all sign posted very well with a large free car park. The only down side is that some of the...  more »
  • We visited on a misty day so couldn't see the top of the statue, but what we saw was very impressive. It was easy to find and we'll sign pis ted.  more »
  • From a distance the column is highly visible, so from a curiosity aspect it is worth a look. My excuse was to avoid going into the Shopping Mall by the railway station. The Marquis was 2nd in Command at the Battle of Waterloo. A good pub quiz question, and one of which I was ignorant. At some time in the past, for a small charge it was possible to ascend the columns' internal staircase. I would image it would have given an excellent view across the surrounding countryside. Now the base and the little cottage are overgrown & boarded-up, which negates the need to there. Which is a shame.
  • Disappointing as access to the statue has been closed to public. Area is overgrown. This place has been neglected.
  • Beautiful Scenery and tranquillity
  • A really impressive column, unfortunately currently closed until further notice for safety reasons. Hopefully will reopen at some point, it would be a terrible shame for it to be closed forever.
  • Beautiful view from the top