Maps of :Welshpool Tourist Attractions
Map of Welshpool Tourist Attractions in Wales >
This map portrays some of the best tourist attractions in Welshpool, Wales. Click on our interactive map below to find details of the Attractions in Welshpool 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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Welshpool High Street - Weekly markets are recorded in Welshpool as far back as 1252 and 1282 and 13th/14th Century pottery has been found below the pavements in Broad Street Welshpool Town Hall - Welshpool Town Hall dominates the townscape of the border town of Welshpool and is arguably the most prominent building in the town. The impressive The Pola Cinema - The Pola Cinema is housed in a lovely building in Berriew Street Welshpool. It is now housed on the first floor of Welshpool’s original 1930's built Powysland Museum - In 1867 the Powysland Club was founded by members from in and around Welshpool who shared an interest in history, especially of Mid Wales. Several had WalesTrade International - Welshpool Railway Station - Welshpool Railway Station sits on the picturesque Cambrian Line which separates into two branches, the coast and main line, at Machynlleth. Welshpool The Flash Leisure Centre - The Flash Leisure Centre lies within easy access of the picturesque market town of Welshpool, which itself boasts one of the largest livestock markets Powis Castle and Garden - Built c.1200 by Welsh princes and perched dramatically on a rock above the magnificent garden below, this imposing castle has been adapted and embelli Coed Y Dinas - In the Garden Centre you will find……………… Quality Giftware, House-wares and Crafts - Garden Furniture and Accessories - Pets and Aquatics - Dingle Nursery & Garden - The internationally acclaimed, four-acre garden at the Dingle is the lifetime work of Barbara and Roy Joseph. The Garden is run by her grandson Duncan Montgomery Canal - The Montgomery Canal runs 35 miles from its junction with the Llangollen Canal at Welsh Frankton in Shropshire, through
Queens Head, Maesbury Marsh, Hleicopter Pleasure flights over Snowdonia - Amazing Helicopter pleasure flights over Snowdonia from the pictureques village of Betyws Y Coed. 15 minute and 30 minute flights available. Derwen Garden Centre & Farm Shop - Having been involved in the making of several medal winning gardens at the Chelsea Flower Show we had the idea of creating small ‘real’ gardens wi Mid Wales Airport - Mid Wales Airport - Welshpool, lies in the beautiful Severn valley, located 2 miles south of the market town of Welshpool itself. The airport was deve Welshpool Golf Club - Anyone who has ever played at Welshpool Golf Club will remember it as a great experience and a great test of golf. Most visitors come from the West M Tan-y-Llyn Nurseries - Tan-y-Llyn is a three and a half acre garden set in small hills above the Vyrnwy Valley in Mid Wales. Work started on the garden fifteen years ago.
The Horseshoes - Pub situated in Berriew, south of Welshpool in Mid Wales. Long Mountain Pony Trekking - Long mountain centre is situated in the heart of rural Shropshire. The surrounding area is enhance by spectacular views which can be enjoyed on horseb Upper House Farm Riding Trail - It offers panoramic views of Shropshire. Extensive farming methods are being adopted at Upper House Farm to encourage wild flowers, birds, small mamma Andrew Logan Museum - Collection of works by renowned sculptor Andrew Logan, founder of the famous Alternative Miss World contest, international artist extraordinaire. A Glansevern Hall Gardens - Glansevern Hall was built in Greek Revival style 200 years ago. It is romantically positioned on the banks of the River Severn and the gardens extend Rowley Farm Riding Trail - Route Description: A linear permissive route along Brockton Brook until 30/09/2011.
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