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Places to visit in the Dyfi Biosphere

There is always plenty to see and do around the biosphere. These visitor attractions listed below are Dyfi Biosphere Tourism Association (DBTA) members and share the biosphere's aims and vision.

Aberystwyth Arts Centre

Wales’ largest arts centre hosts a wide-ranging artistic programme, both producing and presenting, across all art forms including drama, dance, music, visual arts, applied arts, film and community arts.

Centre for Alternative Technology

Based in beautiful Mid Wales with over 40 years of experience in sustainability practice, the Centre overlooks Snowdonia National Park, renowned for its stunning scenery, outdoor activities and environmental focus.

Corris Craft Centre

There is a great collection of shops, attractions and activities for the whole family.

The Corris Craft Centre boasts 9 individual Craft Studios perfect for finding a special something, inspired by, and handmade in Wales. 

Corris Mine Explorers

Explore an abandoned Welsh Slate Mine with one of Wales' most experienced Mine Explorers.

This takes you into the old Braich Goch slate mine which was first worked in 1836 and abandoned by the miners around 40 years ago. More than 130 years of history is captured inside waiting to be discovered. 

Traditional Beach Rides throughout the summer at Aberdyfi. Farm Open days with

Guided walks through the woods and lanes around the Donkeys' home. Booking required.

Dyfi Osprey Project

January 01, 2020

The Dyfi Osprey Project is one of the largest projects of its kind in the world. Four High Definition cameras and a 360 Observatory less than 200 metres from the nest offer unrivalled views of the famous osprey pair, Monty and Glesni

King Arthur's Labyrinth

Sail through the magical veil of an underground waterfall and back to the mists of time. Ancient Welsh legends of dragons, giants and King Arthur unfold as you explore huge caverns and winding tunnels.

Enjoy a great day out at this unique visitor centre in Mid Wales. Rabbits, play barn, cafe and the only permanent exhibition of contemporary Automata (mechanical moving models) in the UK; a hands-on interactive experience.

MOMA Machynlleth and the Tabernacle Trust

The Tabernacle is a former Wesleyan chapel converted into an arts/performance centre adjacent to the Museum Of Modern Art Machynlleth.

Exhibition spaces and a continuous programme of events all year round, including the Machynlleth Festival every August.

National Library of Wales

This iconic building houses a priceless collection of books, rare manuscripts, films, paintings and maps, and plays host to a regular programme of exhibitions and events exploring the heritage and culture of Wales and the Celtic nations. Shop and cafe too!

Ynys-hir is an RSPB nature reserve with visitor centre, between Aberystwyth and Machynlleth. 

It mixes Welsh oak woodland with wet grassland and saltmarshes.

Vale of Rheidol Railway

A blast of the whistle and the hiss of steam and you’re away! Sit back, relax and let us take you on a nostalgic journey through some of Wales’ most spectacular scenery. Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge.

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