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The Guildhall comprises the Mayor's Parlour, built in the nineteenth century, the Council Chamber and Entrance added in 1925. Buildings have stood on this site since the thirteenth Century. The Council Chamber was previously a court, and the Guildhall is now home to Conwy Town Council.

You will be able to see the Lloyd George exhibit, plus historical slide shows. 

Address - Guildhall, Rose Hill Street, Conwy, LL32 8LD.

Regular train services run from London, Holyhead and Chester, some direct to Conwy and some with connecting shuttle service from adjacent Llandudno Junction.

To access Conwy, the M56 joins the A55, which is the main coastal route through North Wales.

On entering the building you are faced with a flight of stairs. There is a chair lift if required.