Plan Your Visit

Your Snowdon adventure starts here

Roadworks 2022

National Grid are replacing the existing underground cables between Dinorwig power station and the substation at Pentir.

Roadworks will be in place between the A4086 in Llanberis continuing westward along the A4086. The road will remain open using a temporary traffic light system.

There is a temporary closure at the top of Llanberis High Street where it meets the A4086. Traffic will be diverted with alternative routes clearly marked.

Similar roadworks will begin on the A4244 between Brynrefail and Pentir Substation on the B4547.

If you’re visiting us, please allow extra time for your journey as traffic can build up during busy periods.

The latest up-to-date information on this project can be found on the National Grid website.

Llanberis Station

A warm Welsh welcome awaits you at Snowdon Mountain Railway, in the picturesque village of Llanberis. Visitors have been coming here to experience this unique railway since 1896, soaking up the sights and sounds of billowing steam in the heart of Snowdonia. Today’s visitor can do the same and relax in our flower-lined forecourt, taking in the views of the surrounding mountains, before they begin their journey up through the clouds to Yr Wyddfa, Snowdon.

Gift Shop

Our station gift shop is housed in the original Booking Hall from 1896. The original beams are exposed, and Victorian shop fittings were sourced to enhance the stations heritage. The shop has a selection of authentic Welsh products including locally crafted ales and spirits, unique Snowdon Mountain Railway souvenirs, clothing and Celtic jewellery.

Food & Drink

Our fully licensed Station Buffet and Platform Grill serve a tasty variety of hot and cold snacks from burgers, hot dogs and fries to delicious sandwiches. Hot and cold drinks and a selection of cakes from the local bakery are also available throughout the day, you can even enjoy a Whippy or soft scoop ice cream from our vintage ice cream tram.

Vegan

Film Theatre – See Snowdon from Above

Step inside our film theatre and watch spectacular drone footage of Snowdon Mountain Railway. Enjoy a bird’s eye view of the train journey from Llanberis up Snowdon and take in the beautiful mountain scenery from above. Free to watch!

Download the FREE Snowdon Mountain Railway App

Enhance your trip on the Snowdon Mountain Railway (SMR) with our new App. Discover more about the railway, its stations and it’s fleet of trains complete with audio narration, 360 photos, facts and stories. Available to download from Google Play and Apple App Store.

Parking in Llanberis

We have our own pay and display car park at Snowdon Mountain Railway, which is located behind the station on Victoria Terrace (see postcode LL55 4TT) which does not require pre-booking. Parking can be limited during busy periods.

There is also ample paid parking in Llanberis which does not require pre-booking.

The only parking near Snowdon which does require pre-booking is the Pen-y-Pass car park which is not in Llanberis where our station is located.

The following parking tariffs apply for the Snowdon Mountain Railway car park:

Up to 30 minutes – FREE (no ticket required)
4 additional hours – £4
8 additional hours – £8
12 additional hours – £12

 

Parking tariffs apply 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Tariffs apply for Blue Badge holders.

There are two payment machines located in the car park which accept coins.

You can purchase additional time (if required) at the payment machines before leaving the car park. Failure to comply with the terms and conditions will result in a Parking Charge of £100.

If trains are cancelled at short notice we do not offer refunds on parking.

The car park across the road from the station is not owned or operated by Snowdon Mountain Railway.

How to Find Us

The Railway operates from Llanberis Station on the A4086. Approximate travelling times from:

Place Distance
Caernarfon 20 minutes
Llandudno 50 minutes
A55 Junction 2 Bangor 25 minutes
Bangor 30 minutes
Betws-y-Coed 40 minutes
Porthmadog 45 minutes
Chester 90 minutes