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113 Things To See And Do In Wales

Abergwyngregyn, Abertillery, Beaumaris, Beaumaris Castle, Beddgelert, Big Pit: National Coal Museum, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Blaenavon Industrial Landscape, Bodelwyddan Castle And Park, Bodnant Garden, Brecknock, Brecon Beacons National Park, Brecon Jazz Festival, Bridgend, Bwch-Yn-Uchaf, Cadair Idris, Caernarfon, Caernarfon Castle, Caerphilly, Capel Curig, Cardiff, Cardiff Castle, Cardiff Festival, Carew Castle, Castell Coch and of course there is even more....

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Meurig

Abbey Mill Valley Centre

Situated:

The Abbey Mill Valley centre is situated in Tintern Village and is the original mill site of the Tintern Abbey which was founded in 1131.

To See And Do:

Shopping – there are 5 different craft shops housed in the old mill.

Food and drink - there is a coffee shop and restaurant.

Aberdulais

Situated:

Aberdulais is a small village situated in Neath Port Talbot. It is known for its Tin Plate industry in the early 1800s.

To See And Do:

Aberdulais waterfalls

The water wheel powdered by the waterfalls

The canal

The Tramway Bridge

Cefn Coed Colliery Museum – this is a former coal mine

The Old Stables – houses an interactive story of the tinplate mines and the lives of the people

Waterfall Cottage – the only remaining tinplate workers cottage

Chimney Stack - was used in the tinplate manufacturing process

Turbine House – this turbine now produces green electricity

The Tinning House – part of the Tin Plate buildings

Abergele

Situated:

Abergele is situated on the between Colwyn Bay and Rhyl. It is an old Roman trading town.

To See And Do:

Pensarn beach – nice quiet beach to relax on

Bodelwyddan Castle – it was built in 1460 and is a Grade II listed building

2 Iron Age hill forts at Castell Cawr

Gwyych Castle ruin – a 19th century folly built on the site of a 12th century Norman Castle

Wooded hillside with many caves

Tower Hill and the 400 year old watchtower

Traditional lynch gate entrance

Penitential stone

Many paths for walking and hiking

Fishing

Horse riding

Mountain biking

Aberglasney House and Gardens

Situated:

This medieval house is situated in the Tywi Valley in Carmarthenshire. The gardens are one of the finest in Wales and span many centuries.

To See And Do:

View the gardens

Food and drink – Garden Cafe

Shopping – tourist shop

Abergwyngregyn

Situated:

Abergwyngregyn is a historical village situated between the Menai Strait and the foothills of Snowdonia in Gwynedd in North Wales.

To See And Do:

Aber village

Aber Castle Mound

Twr Llywelyn – a tower that belongs to a house named (Pen y Bryn). The house used to be named Garth Celyn

Aber waterfalls – 100 feet drop into the Aber valley (the waterfalls are walking distance from the village

Aber valley – great for long and short walks

Bird watching - buzzards, falcon, ravens, redstart, sparrow hawk and sea birds

Cycling

Running

Canoeing

Archaeology - Cefn-y-fan in Eifionydd (The long hut) and The Mill Stone

Abertillery

Situated:

Abertillery is a former coal mining town situated in the county borough of Blaenau Gwent.

To See And Do:

The Guardian - Six Bells Mining Memorial - in memory of the 45 miners who lost their lives in the Six Bells Colliery Disaster in 1960.

Cwmtillery Lakes

Abertillery District Museum

The Ebbw Fach Trail

St Paul's Church

Abertoir Horror