Aberdulais Tin Works & Waterfall, Aberdulais

(3.9/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
Aberdulais Tin Works & Waterfall is located in Aberdulais. Use our Aberdulais tour planner to arrange your visit to Aberdulais Tin Works & Waterfall and other attractions in Aberdulais.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Having spent time in many National artist properties this one left me Smiling and saying what a great day out. The staff were welcoming from the start with clear maps and instructions of the site. I w...  more »
  • We visited with our brother in law who is special needs and a greyhound. The staff were warm and welcoming and really helpful. They brought the dog a bowl of water. The site itself is interesting and ...  more »
  • Visited with 2 young children. Displays are informative and interesting but don't provide too much for children. Waterwheel and associated machinery is amazing and the kids loved inspection it. Waterf...  more »
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  • Beautiful place, however, quite small. The tin works are quite interesting and make sure you take a look at their little informational video in the turbine house. The price, however, is 50p more than advertised and for the price of £5.50 their really isn't much to see. If you take your time then maybe you can spend an hour to an hour and a half here.
  • A great all weather attraction. We visited the works on the way home from Pembrokeshire on quite a wet and miserable Monday morning. We were treated to the river in full flow cascading down the falls. After parking up on the small carpark, crossing the road we entered the very modern visitor centre, before moving onto the site proper. There is a small museum with an interactive display with characters who worked or lived near the tin works explaining what their lives were like (my girls were very taken by the girl who only attended school once a week...) and another building explaining how the water wheel generates electricity. You can clamber around the ruins and eat at the old school house cafe, which still has artefacts from its days as a school house for you to nose at. My children loved it. I'm very glad we visited. My only regret was that we could not find any sticks to throw into the river. This is an epic Pooh stick venue...
  • Interesting derelict tin works with waterwheel generating electricity. Fast flowing river. Disappointing that gardeners throw debris into river. Friendly staff.
  • Interesting place, full of history and a spectacular waterfall. Especially enjoyed the video about the place and tin mining. Staff were delightful and extremely helpful going out of their way to help my friend who had lost her NT members card
  • Staff were amazingly friendly and welcoming. Beautiful site and lots to see and do for younger guests.