The Owain Glyndwr Centre,
Tel: 01654 702932 Web: www.canolfanglyndwr.org
The Owain Glyndwr Centre, which is located in Machynlleth (18 miles from Aberystwyth) sits in the site of the first Welsh parliament, held by young Welsh prince Owain Glyndwr, who was crowned King of Wales in 1404.
Given to the town of Machynlleth in 1912 by Lord Davies of Llandinam, it has been turned into community meeting rooms, with the original parliament building being turned into an educational centre on his life, message and history.
The building itself in a Grade I listed building, and is a rare example of a medieval Welsh town house, and also at one time housed the Machynlleth town library.
The Owain Glyndwr Centre is open to the public from easter until the end of September, from 10am until 4pm (not Sunday/Monday during term time) and costs £2 for adults and is free for under 14′s.
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