King Arthur's Labyrinth, Corris

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#3 of 13 in Theme Parks in North Wales
King Arthur's Labyrinth is located in Corris. Take a look at our Corris road trip app to schedule your visit to King Arthur's Labyrinth and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • This place is amazing! This is the second time I have visited here (the first was when I was an early teen) and it hasn't changed much other than it is better than I remember it being! The staff are a...  more »
  • We've just done our third trip round the King Arthur experience and the kids love it (hence the multiple trips)! It's cleverly put together and is interesting, especially for slightly older children (...  more »
  • We really enjoyed taking the children here who were 2 and 4. There is a cafe, park and lots of gift shops. The labyrinth is very dark on some parts especially during the boat ride through the caves. A...  more »
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  • Good interesting and surprising attraction prefect for a rainy day. The labyrinth is the main attraction and involves a short barge boat ride in a dark damp tunnel before the cavern and tunnel walks. The walk goes by very quickly and I'm guessing is about 45 minutes long. Some of the caverns are enormous and very impressive. We paid for the additional circle walk which we wouldn't do again - found it rather underwhelming. There are several interesting craft studios and shops including woodwork, chocolate, gin distillery, candles, gift shop,etc. There is a tea room with quite a variety of lunchtime snacks available.
  • Better than I'd expected. The huge caverns and lakes are interesting. Good special effects. Loved the boat ride but it was a bit short. Friendly and informative staff invited questions and happy to answer. Recommend
  • Great visit here. Loved being deep in the caves. Fun story telling through the route. Dark lighting to add to the mood but good pathways. Couple of low small areas to walk. Great for kids too.
  • Didn't really know what to expect beforehand but had read good things about it so we took a chance and it was awesome. The experience in the dark caves, walking and traveling by boat was really cool and to say that the kids loved it would be an understatement. I loved the stories told there about the legend of Arthur and the whole tour was just really well made.
  • Despite the slightly-longer-than-expected car journey (which is geography's fault, rather than anyone else's!) I was thoroughly impressed with the whole craft centre, though I count myself in the target market for about 75% of the shops and crafts that were available here. Only slight disappointment was that the cafe didn't have anything I fancied at that time, but that's hardly their fault - I just wasn't in the mood for a sandwich or cawl.

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