The Valleys

Things to see and do

Featured attractions
Guardian - Six BellsGuardian - Six BellsTake a peek
Cyfarthfa Castle Museum & Art GalleryCyfarthfa Castle Museum & Art GalleryTake a peek
Caerphilly CastleCaerphilly CastleTake a peek
Big Pit: National Coal MuseumBig Pit: National Coal MuseumTake a peek
Parc Slip Wildlife Trust Visitor CentreParc Slip Wildlife Trust Visitor CentreTake a peek
Explorers Wanted

The Valleys has more than enough to fill the longest of weekend breaks!

It’s one of the many unexpected things about The Valleys. Did you know, for example, that we’re home to one of Europe’s biggest and best medieval castles (it’s smack in the middle of Caerphilly – you can’t miss it)? Or the scenic Brecon Mountain Railway a narrow-gauge railway where you get on in Merthyr Tydfil and get off in the heart of the Brecon Beacons? Or our very own World Heritage Site at Blaenavon, an equivalent of the Taj Mahal and Great Wall of China?

All this together with numerous heritage sites, green country parks and great stories means that there is something new to explore each weekend!

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Cefn Golau Cholera Cemetery

Tredegar,

This isolated site, set on the bleak mountainside to the west of Tredegar this is one of the most evocative in the South Wales Valleys.

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Maxime Cinema

High Street, Blackwood,

Fantastic new cinema in Blackwood, showing top film releases, at great prices!

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Joseph Parry's Ironworker's Cottage

4 Chapel Road, Merthyr Tydfil,

4 Chapel Row is a fine example of a typical ironworker's cottage. Built in the 1820's for the workers of the Cyfarthfa Ironworks, the cottage was ...

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Parc Coetir Bargod

Bargoed,

Created from three collieries and surrounded by the communities that worked in them, Parc Coetir Bargod is Caerphilly’s newest country park. Ent...

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Roseheyworth Woodlands

Rose Heyworth Road, Abertillery,

Walking paths and bridleways, which can be used for mountain biking, enhance the attractions of the area and recently a new trail leads from Cwmtill...

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Brynmawr & District History Museum

Carnegie Building, Market Square, Brynmawr,

The museum has a varied collection of everyday artefacts, including a collection of Brynmawr furniture, manufactured by one of the small industries s...

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Abertillery & District Museum

The Metropole, Market Street, Abertillery,

The Abertillery and District Museum has a wide ranging collection from prehistoric era to present day. Recent refurbishment sends you on a journey th...

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Wiggleys Fun Farm

Ffordd y Gyffraith, Cefn Cribwr, Bridgend

"Sun, rain, whatever the weather you can still visit" Wiggleys Fun Farm is situated in the middle of the lovely countryside, yet easily accessible ...

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Aberbeeg Packhorse Bridge

Aberbeeg,

Although covered with a concrete surface and a modern handrail and fence, the Aberbeeg Bridge is a well-preserved example of a 17th century packhorse...

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Grand Pavilion Theatre

The Esplanade, Porthcawl

Built in 1932, the Grand Pavilion is an Art-Deco multi purpose venue offering live shows, conference and wedding facilities and private parties....

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