Bryntail is a fascinating industrial heritage site at the southern end of the Llyn Clywedog Reservoir, just below the reservoir dam. Bryntail mine extracted lead ore during the 19th century, when the Llanidloes area was a thriving lead smelting region. Llanidloes,
The Dyfi Furnace is a charcoal-burning blast furnace built around 1755. It is probably the best-preserved example of this type of industrial furnace in Britain. The industrial heritage of Furnace goes back long before the mill was established here.
Original Victorian furnishings grace the elegant apartments of the Judge's Lodgings, where local magistrates lived and worked. The fully equipped servants' quarters and huge courtroom are part of this 1870 Shire Hall. Broad Street,
Wales, LD8 2AD
This iconic timber-framed building was erected in 1612 to provide shelter for weekly markets. The upper chamber has been used as a wool market, meeting place, courtroom, and gaol, but now houses a fascinating exhibit about timber-framed buildings in Britain. Great Oak Street,
Wales, SY18 6EQ
A modern memorial marks the traditional spot where Llywelyn the Last, Prince of Wales, was killed in 1282 in a battle with the English. Near the memorial is a well where Llywelyn's head was washed before it was put on public display. A483,
Pont Minllyn is a narrow two-arched packhorse bridge that crosses the River Dyfi just south of Dinas Mawddwy. The bridge was built by Dr John Davies, rector of Mallwyd, in the early 17th century. Today it stands as a pair of arches topped with turf, immediately beside the modern bridge. A479,