North Wales is a holiday region that’s passionate about language, music and history, with magnificent castles, railways and festivals. The scenery’s superb – fine beaches, tumbling rivers and of course the mountains, lakes and waterfalls of Snowdonia. The region is considered by many one of the best destinations for holidays in the United Kingdom.
The Wales Harp Festival is set in Caernarfon, a community and port in Gwynedd with a population of 9,615 inhabitants. Caernarfon has what is possibly the most famous of Wales’s castles, and many visitors come each year to Caernarfon to appreciate this magnificent heritage site.
Our venue, Galeri Arts Centre just outside Caernarfon castle walls, offers stunning sea views apart from being close to all local amenities. Our facilities provide parking spaces with easy access to the building, toilets accessible on all levels, wheelchair access, cafe, lounge area and guide dogs are welcome.
The Wales Harp Festival offers an excellent opportunity to learn, participate and enjoy Harp music in one of the most beaufitul region of the UK where nature and historic architecture provide the best experiences for any tourist. Why not combine this opportunity to visit the harp festival with exploring our region?
How to find us
The Wales International Harp Festival takes place at Galeri Arts Centre, Doc Victoria Caernarfon, which is less than a stone’s throw away from the ancient walls of Caernarfon.
The nearest train station is Bangor, and there is a regular bus service to Caernarfon. It’s possible to see the full bus timetable on the Traveline Cymru website.
Leave the A55 signposted Caernarfon, and follow the A487 to Caernarfon. When you come into the town, take the first exit on the roundabout next to Morrisons. On the second roundabout take the third exit signposted Doc Fictoria.
There is a pay and display car park in front of Galeri, including disabled parking. Other pay and display carparks including one opposite Galeri, and at the end of the road below Morrisons supermarket.