Conwy Quay near Conwy Castle

North Wales
Conwy Quay is a popular location with plenty of attractions

Any visit to the town of Conwy in North Wales would not be complete without a walk along Conwy Quay.

The Quayside has many attractions for the visitor from Britain's Smallest House to the Mussel Museum.

You can always take a tour on the Conwy River Cruise which gives unrivaled views of Conwy and Conwy Castle as well as the Conwy Estaury.

Many of the festivals that take place in Conwy make use of the Quay including the Conwy River Festival, the Conwy Food Festival, and the Conwy Seed Festival.

Conwy River Cruises over unrivalled views of Conwy Castle and estuary

The Quay is still a working environment today with many of the boats that fish for Conwy Mussels being moored here.

The Conwy River Cruises offer a spectacular way to view Conwy Castle and the estuary and have regular trips throughout the day through the spring, summer, and autumn months.


There is no charge for access to Conwy Quay although some of the attractions on the Quayside do charge.

Opening Times

Conwy Quayside is open at all times and is a public access area.