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A day out in Brecon
The Brecon Beacons See More, Do More
The charming old market town of Brecon is regarded as one of the most historic locations in Wales. It is situated at the confluence of the rivers Usk & Honddu, the latter providing the town's Welsh name 'Aberhonddu'.
Boasting a cathedral, theatre, cinema, castle ruins, stunning Georgian architecture as well as a canal basin, Brecon is a great choice for an extended visit!
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Dan-yr-Ogof, The National Showcaves Centre for Wales
Wales' top award-winning visitor attraction!
Wales' top award-winning visitor attraction the National Showcaves Centre for Wales, is the most breathtaking Showcaves complex in Northern Europe. Every year tens of thousands of visitors step back in time, as they walk within the limestone rocks, and deep into the subterranean world.
Above ground there is plenty to see and do - come face to face with some of the largest animals ever to walk the Earth in our Dinosaur Park, one ..... >>
Welcome to Crickhowell
Crickhowell nestles in the beautiful Usk Valley. This thriving Market Town, which has a unique charm, offers an interesting variety of shops, places to eat, drink and stay with attractions for all the family.Whilst there are countless opportunities for the active, everyone can enjoy the beautiful mountain scenery and river valleys. This wonderful corner of Wales is easily accessible being less than an hour from the Severn Bridge with rail acces ..... >>
King Arthur's Labyrinth
An underground storytelling adventure.
Sail underground, through the great waterfall, and deep inside the spectacular caverns of the Labyrinth and far back in time.
Enjoy tales of King Arthur and other ancient Welsh legends as you explore the dramatic underground setting. Complete with dramatic scenes, light shows and sound effects, this is a real adventure for all ages.
Brecon Cathedral & Heritage Centre
Come visit Wales' finest cathedral
The Cathedral and its attendant buildings, formerly a Benedictine Priory under the control of Battle Abbey in Sussex, are amongst the most important architecturally in Wales.
Brecon Cathedral has been the site of Christian worship for more than a thousand years, dating from the days of the Norman conquest.
In 1093 a Benedictine Priory linked to Battle Abbey was established here and continued in existence until the dissol ..... >>
Brecknock Museum & Art Gallery
Brecknock Museum & Art Gallery is one of the finest and liveliest small museums in Wales
Visit the Brecknock Museum and learn more about the history, natural history and art of the Brecon Beacons area. The Museum is housed in the Old Shire Hall, and you can see a judge and jury try a historic case in the courtroom.
The Museum has excellent collections of Welsh art, including the work of contemporary artists.
Enjoy cruising the beautiful Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal
Spend a delightful few hours cruising through some of the most beautiful scenery in Britain, lying within the Brecon Beacons National Park.
The Monmouthshire and Brecon canal hugs the mountainside above the valley of the River Usk. Through the four seasons there a fine views and an abundance of wildlife to be seen.
200 Years of History - Travel on this historical waterway, a fantastic feat of engineering, built before r ..... >>
The Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal
Enjoy the beautiful Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal
The Monmouthshire and Brecon canal hugs the mountainside above the valley of the River Usk. This is one of the most scenic canal routes in Britain. It runs for a total of 32 miles (51.5 km) through idyllic scenery in the National Park between Brecon and Pontypool. Through the four seasons there a fine views and an abundance of wildlife to be seen.
The full length of the canal towpath is a public footpath. During its passage through ..... >>
The Play Barn at Brynich
Award winning indoor play centre
Welcome to the Play Barn! - an award winning indoor play centre, offering adventure, exercise, exploration and excitement for children in a clean, safe, stimulating environment.
Erwood Station Gallery
contemporary craft and applied arts
Erwood Station Gallery is the sister to The Lion Street Gallery in Hay on Wye, recently rated as one of the best galleries in Wales.
Restored Working Water Mill
Talgarth Mill is a fully restored and working 18th Century Water Mill.
Tretower Court and Castle
A dedicated follower of fashion
For over 900 years Tretower Court and Castle have been altered, adjusted and adapted. Much of this was done to keep up with style, fashion and the tastes of the time.
Music, Dance, Theatre and Visual Arts
Situated at the end of the picturesque Brecon to Monmouth Canal in the pretty market town of Brecon on the edge of Brecon Beacons National Park, Theatr Brycheiniog offers a popular and acclaimed programme of performing arts and entertainment throughout the year.
Visit the theatre website for full listings.
The Regimental Museum of The Royal Welsh
The Regimental Museum of The Royal Welsh hosts The Diehard Company!
The Museum tells the fascinating story of four of the British armys most famous regiments. This long history, dating back to the 1680s, is told through many kinds of objects including uniforms, medals, weapons and models. The regiments have seen action in many prominent events, including the British campaign in South Africa (visit us and discover what really happened in the 1879 Zulu War!), and both world wars. Forty-three of the regiments& ..... >>