Amazing place to visit. It is owned by the National Trust and is the site of an old tin works. Excellent for children as there is a quiz to complete and a small prize at the end. The falls themselves are spectacular but it is best to visit when it has been raining as they then become breathtaking. Very good access for the disabled in wheelchairs as there are 'outside' lifts to all levels. My grandchildren could not believe it when a lift suddenly appeared out of what looked like a concrete block in the middle of the ground!. There is a small museum which tells the history of the site and a cinema screen which gives you more information. There is also a gift shop and an excellent cafeteria called OWLS which was the site of the school. Try the Cawl. It is gorgeous! The waterwheel powers the site and some of the surrounding area. Make sure you take a camera as there are plenty of opportunities for some wonderful shots.
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