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Places Of Interest

With its rich mining heritage, respected educational institutions and being steeped in medieval history Aberystwyth and County Ceredigion have plenty of historic sites and places of interest for you to see.

With so much to see here you’re going to be spoilt for choice. But are you really going to complain if you have to visit again to see some more?

We didn’t think so!

In Town

Castle Ruins:
Historic Grounds Overlooking The Bay

National Library of Wales:
One Of The Great Libraries Of The World

Old College:
The Iconic Symbol Of Aberystwyth University

Parc Penglais:
Beautiful Woodland, Given To Aberystwyth By The University

Vale of Rheidol Steam Railway:
A Heritage Steam Railway Offering Amazing Views Over The Rheidol Valley

War Memorial:
The Most Spectacular War Memorial In Britain


Out Of Town:

Centre for Alternative Technology:
Hands On Displays And Information About Sustainable Living

Devils Bridge Waterfalls:
World Famous Waterfalls Cascading Into The Rheidol Gorge

Dyfi Furnace:
An 18th Century Iron Furnace And Waterwheel

Dyfi Osprey Project:
Home To A Pair Of These Rare And Wonderful Birds

Llanachaeron Estate:
A Wonderful National Trust Estate And Working Farm

Rheidol Valley:
Crystal Clear Waters, And Beautiful Forest

Strata Florida Abbey:
A 12th Century Welsh Abbey In The Heart Of The Countryside

The Sunken Forest:
Now Covered By The Incoming Tides, Dating Back To 1500BC

Ynys Hir:
A Beautiful RSPB reserve in the Dyfi Valley

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