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a SITE THAT symbolISES history, strength, and timeless beauty

The Marquess of Anglesey’s Column stands on an outcrop of rock in beautiful
woods, sparking historical and geological interest. The column was built in 1817 and has 115 steps leading up to the the statue of the Marquess and the viewing platform,with stunning views over Anglesey, the Menai Straits and Snowdonia.

On site you can learn of the fascinating history of the battle of Waterloo where the Marquess fought courageously and lost his leg. You can also find out about the unique geology of the area.

Adults wishing to explore + climb the column £9.50

Those wishing to utilise the virtual reality experience £7.50

Child 5-17 £5.00

Carer Free

Monday and Tuesday exclusive for group bookings Check facebook, if we have no group visits we will be open to the public.

Wednesday OPEN

Thursday OPEN

Friday OPEN

Saturday OPEN

Sunday OPEN

Low Season

(October-March)

10:00 – 16:00

Peak Season Opening

(April-September)

09:00 – 17:00

View more amazing images of the column

Visit our gallery full of iconic pictures of the Angelsey Column

Anglesey column’s aims and objectives

our aim

“Is the advancement of the education of the public by making accessible to the public, and the preservation, maintenance, upkeep and repair of, the Napoleonic War Memorial, known as the Marquess of Anglesey’s Column, on the Isle of Anglesey.”

The restoration and reopening of the Column has been supported by the Heritage
Lottery Fund and by other generous donors.

Leaflet

Download our helpful leaflet. Have a look at our newly updated brochure of the Column here

Read more about the re-opening

Interested in our story and wanting to learn more about the restoration of the Anglesey Column? Find out more