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  • 1 Seafront Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Marine Terrace

    There are few modern intrusions to mar the Victorian harmony of Marine Terrace, a sinuous line of small hotels and guest houses facing the sea. To the north, the Cliff Railway, a steam train dating back to 1896, still scales the heights of Constituti..

  • 2 St Padarn's Church Interesting

    Religious buildings


    This 13C church was built on the site of a monastery founded by St Padarn in the 6C. Evidence of the antiquity and importance of this parish can be found in the south transept where two Celtic crosses, probably dating back to the 9 or 10C are kept in..

  • 3 Vale of Rheidol Light Railway Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Park Avenue

    The Vale of Rheidol Valley Light Railway takes tourists from Aberystwyth station to the Mynach waterfalls through the glorious wooded Rheidol Valley. The 19-km trip takes an hour as the train climbs slowly to the terminus at a height of 195 m. The li..

  • 4 National Library of Wales

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    In addition to part of the national legal archives, the National Library of Wales houses a priceless collection of manuscripts and treasures of Welsh and Celtic literature. A selection of this heritage is presented in temporary exhibitions while the ..

  • 5 Aberystwyth Castle

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. King

    Begun in 1277 by Edward I on the site of an earlier stronghold, the castle was taken by the Welsh Prince, Glyn Dwr, in 1414. It was here that he proclaimed the founding of the independent Church of Wales and the establishment of two universities. All..

  • 6 Town Centre

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    King Street

    Outside the old centre with its narrow streets, a remarkably exuberant building, the Coliseum Theatre (1904) has now been turned into the Ceredigion Museum. Exhibits illustrate regional history, with an emphasis on archeology, rural life, Welsh furni..

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