Maps of :Clearwell Tourist Attractions
Map of Clearwell Tourist Attractions in England >
This map portrays some of the best tourist attractions in Clearwell, England. Click on our interactive map below to find details of the Attractions in Clearwell 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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Clearwell Caves - For thousands of years iron ore has been mined at Clearwell Caves. You can still meet a Free Miner here; men whose ancient birthright entitles them to Perrygrove Railway - A great day out in the Royal Forest of Dean! The family's favourite heritage railway! Children like these: Houses up in the trees - Indoor Village and Whitecliff Off Road Driving Centre - Experience an exciting day out, off road driving in a safe, but challenging environment. Whitecliff Off Road Centre which is in the Forest Of Dean, Gl Coleford Great Western Railway Museum -
Coleford Great Western Railway Museum is a railway museum located in Coleford, Gloucestershire, England. The museum was founded in 1988. Based in t Bigwell Fly Fishery - Bigwell is a trout fly fishery in the village of Redbrook, Monmouth.Open from 7.30 am till Dusk every day.|Bigwell fly fishery is set in an idyllic l Denise Yapp Contemporary Arts Gallery - Occupying an 18th Century historic grade II listed
building in the heart of the Wye Valley.
The gallery shows leading contemporary British painting The Dog & Muffler Inn - A warm and welcoming inn in the magical Forest of Dean.
Originally a Cider House, with its own cider apple orchard and a cider press which can still Redbrook Equestrian - Redbrook Equestrian is a friendly professionally run Riding School, BHS Pony Club Centre and livery yard
situated in Upper Redbrook near Monmouth i Monmouthshire Showground - The Monmouthshire Showground is home to the Monmouthshire Show, the biggest one day show in Wales. The Monmouth Showground is located in Redbrook R The Kymin - The Kymin is a wooded hill overlooking the Wye Valley and the town of Monmouth. From its 840 feet high top are extensive views stretching to Ysgyryd F Kymin - The Kymin is a National Trust property, situated in an elevated position overlooking Monmouth, the Wye Valley and the Usk plain, with views over to th Virtuous Well - The Virtuous Well was once known as 'St. Ann's Well' and was famous for its cures. It is said to be four springs, three containing iron and each curin Gregory Farm Horses and Ponies Protection Association - <strong>Sorry this venue is now closed</strong>
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Horses and Ponies Protection Associatio Motiva - Motiva offer a unique range of Adventure Services. We take pride in our ability to deliver solutions that are tailored to each of our client's particu Monmouth Boys School Sixth Form - Sharpening the focus on the subjects the boys have chosen to take forward to the Sixth Form, the emphasis is very much on achieving excellence academi Monmouth Boys School - Overview
Monmouth School was founded in 1614 by William Jones, a member of the Haberdashers’ Company of London. As we now prepare our pupils for The Grange Preparatory School Monmouth - The Grange provides the friendliness and close pastoral care of a small school with the outstanding resources of its senior school, Monmouth School.|
Taurus Crafts - Taurus Crafts is an exciting place to see a vibrant range of crafts and to discover your own creativity. The centre is family friendly and offers some Monmouth Leisure Centre - Monmouth Leisure Centre is situated within the grounds of Monmouth Comprehensive School. The facilities at Monmouth Leisure Centre comprise of: Swim Monmouth Canoe and Activity Centre - River Wye|Canoe Hire|kayaking | Canoeing Trips
we have a large fleet of quality modern canoes and kayaks for hire providing Trips to enjoy the River The Blake Theatre - The Blake Theatre opened its doors in 2004. When Monmouth School refurbished its original building it was decided that we should share the theatre wit The Old Station Tintern - Built as a Victorian country railway station, Situated in the beautiful Wye Valley (AONB) the station is a quite haven from the hussle and bussle of River Monnow -
The River Monnow
(Welsh: Afon Mynwy) rises near Craswall on Cefn Hill just below the
Black Mountains, Wales. It flows southwards, gaining the wa Wyedean Canoe Club - Wyedean Canoe Club has been in existence for over three decades. It is a family club with the emphasis on fun. The atmosphere within the club is very Dragon's Den The Malthouse Restaurant - Authentic Thai and Chinese cuisine , each dish prepared freshly for you to order, by our specialist chefs using fresh exotic Thai herbs and spices and Shire Hall Monmouth - The Shire Hall in Agincourt Square, Monmouth, Wales, was built in 1724,
and was formerly the centre for the Assize Courts and Quarter Sessions
for Monmouth High Street - Monmouth High Street, or Monnow Street in Monmouth, Monmouthshire, South Wales. The High Street is an attractive street with a mix of well known high Monnow Bridge - Monnow Bridge spans the River Monnow close to its confluence with the River Wye in the town of Monmouth, Monmouthshire, South Wales. The bridge is th
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