3/4/18 - Detailed plans will now be developed and we look forward to sharing these with you over the coming months
20/4/18 - Details on the Planning Application for Redevelopment of Electric Mountain Visitor Centre
3/5/18 - Refurbishment Leaflet
3/5/18 - A planning application has recently been approved by Gwynedd Council for the construction of a temporary visitor centre building and alterations to the existing visitor centre car park. The temporary visitor centre is required in order to ensure that the Visitor Centre power station tour function can continue to operate whilst the proposed refurbishment works are taking place
Press Release 4th May 2018
1/9/18 - REFURBISHMENT PROJECT
The Electric Mountain Visitor Centre will shortly be undergoing some major refurbishment.
In preparation for this, our tour operations and retail area will cease operating on Friday 14th September 2018.
Due to operational circumstances however, the Café will close from Thursday 30th August 2018.
13/09/18 - ATM Machine
In line with the planned refurbishment of the Electric Mountain Visitor Centre, the Barclays ATM machine located at the Visitor Centre will be removed next week. There are three alternative ATM machines in Llanberis located at 'One Stop', the SPAR and opposite Pete's Eats on the High Street
14/09/18 - Last Day
Today was our last day open to the public. As we go into project phase, we have closed our doors whilst we clear and prepare to handover to the construction team.
Electric Mountain will recommence public tours in April 2019, keep checking back here on our website
During the project phase you can still contact us. Diane and Ana are available as follows if you have any questions;
Diane, Centre Manager; 01286 873025
Ana, Tour Team Leader/Adminitrator; 01286 873020 or
January 2019 - Redevelopment Update
Follow the link to see our latest updates Refurb Update January 2019
February 2019 - Temporary Building installation in our car park
March 24th 2019 - The Electric Mountain team start moving into the temp build
April 1st 2019 - We open our doors to the temp building and welcome back our tour visitor for another season!
June 2019 - Refurbishment Update
The Electric Mountain Visitor Centre refurbishment has recently been put out to competitive tender by
First Hydro Company. A key component of the tender process is that it ensures local contractors based
in North Wales have an opportunity to compete for the work and enables the construction project to
be delivered at the best possible value. Site investigation works have recently been completed with the
review showing that additional work will be required to improve roof insulation.
Construction will begin once the tender process has concluded and contracts agreed.
First Hydro remains committed to the renovation of the Visitor Centre, creating a modern, appealing
visitor attraction with facilities better-suited to the needs of the community. If you have any questions
regarding this please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org:
Renovation Works Update - September 2019
The Electric Mountain Visitor Centre (EMVC) refurbishment, which aims to create a modern
visitor attraction in Llanberis, was put out to competitive tender by First Hydro Company in June.
The tender exercise is now complete and bids have been received from construction suppliers.
The project team is now thoroughly assessing the financial & technical information relating to the
refurbishment and this latest stage is anticipated to take up to two months. Once this assessment
is concluded a decision on the next steps for the refurbishment project will be made.
The season of 2019 EMVC tours is due to end on 27th September and the temporary EMVC will
close on this date. The temporary buildings will then begin to be decommissioned in the following
week. Once the buildings are removed, traffic markings in the EMVC car park will then be returned
to a standard 'clockwise' flow.
If you have any questions regarding the EMVC refurbishment project please do not hesitate to