Llandudno is a resort town in Conwy County Borough, Wales. It was designed to be a holiday destination in the Victorian era.
The town is famous for one literary connection: it is said to be where Lewis Carroll first told Alice Liddell the stories that would become Alice in Wonderland. Many scholars now argue that this is not the case, and that Carroll in fact never visited the town, but the association remains. In 1933, David Lloyd George dedicated a statue of the White Rabbit in the town.