Maps of :Blackwood Tourist Attractions
Map of Blackwood Tourist Attractions in Wales >
This map portrays some of the best tourist attractions in Blackwood, Wales. Click on our interactive map below to find details of the Attractions in Blackwood that are featured in the Walesdirectory. Please click on the 'Map Layers' list on the sidebar to find accommodation close to the attraction displayed on the map.
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Blackwood Miners Institute - BMI is located in the South East Valleys of Wales and our presence on Blackwood’s busy high street places us at the heart of the community, present Blackwood Golf Club - Blackwood Golf Club is a nine-hole parkland course situated in Blaenau Gwent, near Monmouthshire, South Wales. This nine-hole parkland course is situa Sir Harold Finch Memorial Park - Located outside the Council Offices at Pontllanfraith, the 4.5-hectare area is made up of grassland divided by hedgerows, a wetland area adjacent to Blackwood Showfields - Blackwood Showfields are a public space situated near Blackwood (Caerphilly). There are various attractions throughout the year including the Bedwellt Bedwellty Agricultural Show - Something for everyone. Ferret racing, gun dogs, falconry, countryside area, sheep, cattle, pigs, family dog show, terrier Oakdale Golf Club - This pay-and-play course is located near Caerphilly and is the perfect place for beginners as its not only a nine-holer but is pretty short, too. Howe Gelligroes Mill and Candle Workshop - The Old Mill, Gelligroes was built in the 17th Century and was once a favoured source of grain milling for the local crop farmers. The mill now has a Bargoed Woodland Park - Created from three collieries and surrounded by the communities that worked in them, Bargoed Woodland Park is Caerphilly’s newest country park. Ent Hengoed Railway Station - Newbridge Rugby Club - Newbridge RFC was "born" in 1888 and gained admission to the WRU in 1911.
Newbridge has a proud history as a first class club and the peopl Bargoed Railway Station - Viceroy of India - Dine in our comfortable restaurant, we promise you will not be disappointed. Why not try our banquet nights where you can eat as much as you like for Pen y Fan Pond - Pen-y-fan Pond is one of the last remaining canal feeder reservoirs in Wales. This popular summertime family destination offers safe, flat, open spac Parc Penallta - Carved from a former coal tip, Penallta offers the visitor spectacular views across the county borough from the high point observatory. You won’t be Bargoed Golf Club - Situated on top of a mountain with spectacular views this 18 hole easy walking parkland course is well worth a visit. The golf course has been in exis Ystrad Mynach Railway Station - Cwmcarn United RFC - Rugby was first played in Cwmcarn in the 1880's and in 1888 the Cwmcarn Stars Rugby Football Club was formed from which Cwmcarn United developed. Not Brithdir Railway Station - Ebbw River -
The Ebbw River (Welsh: Afon Ebwy) is a river in South Wales. The Ebbw River is formed by the confluence of the Ebbw Fawr, and the Ebbw Fach.
Llancaiach Fawr Manor - The stout stone walls of Llancaiach Fawr Manor have stood firm since 1530 and seen the deaths of many occupants. Set in peaceful, rural surroundings The Winding House - The Rhosyn Gwyn is the perfect location for you. With panoramic views of the surrounding valley it will seat up to 60 people and is ideally suited to Winding House - The Winding House is the museum for Caerphilly County Borough.
Inside this striking new building you can unearth the hidden history of the Caerphil Cwmcarn Forest Drive - The Forest Drive road has closed but Cwmcarn forest and its facilities will remain open.|
The Cwmcarn Forest Drive road closed on 2 November 20 Y Mynydd Mojo Mountain Bike Trail - The Mynydd Mojo Bike Trail is a 1.9 km (approx. 1.25 miles) long downhill trail, for experienced riders only, dropping down the steep hillsides of Cwm MW Guiding Services - Mike Lloyd-Wood, Centre Manager, Principal Guide and owner of M.W.Guiding Services, has over 30 years experience of mountaineering in the British Isl Trelewis Community Centre - Community centre at Trelewis, Merthyr Tydfil County. Opening Times: Monday to Friday, 8.00am to 4.00pm, Weekends Open on Demand. Cwm Carn Twrch Mountain Bike Trail - The Twrch Mountain Bike Trail is a 15 km (approx. 9.5 miles) long trail with testing climbs, swooping decents and demanding technical sections. The tr Cross Keys Rugby Football Club - Cross Keys Rugby Football Club is a rugby union club, formed in 1885 and based in the town of Crosskeys in South Wales. Nicknamed “The Keys,” the Deri Library - Pandy Park - Pandy Park is located near the Sirhowy River in Cross Keys, South Wales and is the home ground of the Cross Keys Rugby Football Club. Sirhowy Valley Country Park - Sirhowy Valley Country Park is a great base for walking or cycling. Take a gentle stroll along the former railway track (it’s flat!) or ramble down Islwyn Rambling Club - We normally meet before walks at the car park adjacent to the rugby field at Blackvein Road Cross Keys. Group meetings are held at Risca Rugby Club a Waunfawr Park - Dating from the early Edwardian era when the open space was originally laid out, the park lies at the foot the dramatic mountains of the lower Ebbw Va Summit Centre - Whether you arrive individually or bring the entire family, the Summit Centre is a fun, exciting, and affordable day out. All activities are geared t Rock UK Summit Centre - Set in the Taff Bargoed Valley and close to the Brecon
Beacons the Welsh International Climbing Centre is a great setting to
learn to climb or hav Treharris Community Centre - Community centre at Treharris, Merthyr Tydfil County. Opening Times: Monday to Thursday 8.00am to 10.00pm, Friday 8.00am to 6.00pm, Weekends Open on
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