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- Garth Pier: Built as a promenade pier, opening in 1893, this is the second longest pier in Wales.
- St. Deiniol Golf Club: With an 18 hole James Braid course overlooking the city this club was founded in 1906.
- Clock Tower: The focal point of the longest high street in Wales, this Grade II listed tower was built in 1886.
- Penrhyn Castle: Dating back to 1438, the current Grade I listed building was built around 1830.
- Y Caban: A controversial art installation erected in 2015 representing a welsh quarryman's 'lunch hall'.
- University: Under Royal Charter since 1885, the Grade I listed main building had it's foundation stone laid by King Edward VII in 1907 and formally opened by King George V in 1911.
- Menai Suspension Bridge: Designed by Thomas Telford and completed in 1826 this Grade I listed bridge links Bangor to the island of Anglesey and is even mentioned in Lewis Carroll's Through The Looking Glass.
- Clogwyn y Geifr: Known locally as "The Devil's Kitchen" this 600m high moutain is part of Wales' first nature reserve, Cwm Idwal, which was popular with Charles Darwin.
- Garnedd Ugain: Wales second highest mountain with a distinctive pyramid summit, over 1km high.
- Snowdon: Wales highest mountain, also over 1km high, with the Hafod Eryri vistors center at it's summit reachable by the Snowdon Mountain Railway.