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A Day Out on the Cambrian Coast Line

Cambrian Coaster Rangers tickets offer unlimited travel on the Cambrian Line. Check out some fantastic places to visit along the way and enjoy a day out for all the family! Hop on and Hop off all day with the Cambrian Coaster Ranger! Tickets are available at Aberystwyth or Machynlleth stations or from the conductor on the train. They offer unlimited travel on rail services between and including Machynlleth, Aberystwyth and Pwllheli for one day and are valid for travel after 09:15 Monday to Friday.

Train times are for Mondays to Fridays based on timetables from 9 December 2018 to 18 May 2019.


The Cambrian Line provides some of the most stunningly beautiful rail journeys anywhere in the UK and you'll be spoilt for choice for places to visit along the journey. Why not start in Machynlleth and check out the legend of King Arthur's Labyrinth or the fun activities happening at Centre for Alternative Technology for all the family.

Or hop on the 10.50 train and travel down the coast to Aberystwyth passing some magnificent scenery along the Dyfi Estuary; the journey takes about half an hour. If you prefer to stay around Machynlleth for the morning, there are later trains at 11.41 and 12.47.
King Arthur's Labyrinth

King Arthurs Labyrinth

Sail through the magical veil of an underground waterfall into a mythical world filled with dragons, giants, fierce battles and the legendary King Arthur. Welsh legends unfold as you're guided through the Labyrinth by a Dark Age Boatman.
Centre for Alternative Technology

Centre For Alternative Technology

The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) is a world-renowned eco centre with seven acres of hands-on displays, examples of environmentally responsible building, renewable energy, organic gardens and kids’ holiday activities.
Corris Steam Railway

Corris Steam Railway & Museum

The Corris Railway is a narrow gauge (2 foot 3 inch) railway whose origins date back to the 1850's. The line was initially built as a horse-and-gravity worked tramroad to carry slate from the quarries of Corris Uchaf and Aberllefenni.

Machynlleth Railway Station

Machynlleth railway station is on the Cambrian Line from Shrewsbury to Aberystwyth and is the junction for the Cambrian Coast Line to Pwllheli.


Aberystwyth is the largest town in Mid Wales and offers a wide section of places to eat.

Aberystwyth Railway Station

The railway station is the terminus of the Cambrian Line from Shrewsbury. Located less than 5 minutes from the town centre, there is a taxi rank and bus station adjacent.
Aberystwyth Art Centre Cafe

Arts Centre Café & Pizza Cafe at Aberystwyth Arts Centre

The Arts Centre award winning cafe offers a mouthwatering selection of freshly made salads, hot meals and snacks every day....
Harry's Bar & Bistro

Bistro at Harry's Bar & Bistro

Harry's Bar & Bistro, where traditional Irish and Welsh themes combine to relaxed atmosphere, occasional live music and delicious food catering for guests of all ages. Lunch served Saturday & Sunday only.
Gwesty Cymru Restaurant

Gwesty Cymru Restaurant

Unwind and indulge with a feast of local produce at our seafront terraced restaurant. Experience breathtaking views of Cardigan Bay.


So what's next ....Well why not stay in Aberystwyth and enjoy an afternoon at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre, taking part in one of the many events they hold?...

...or take a wander to the National Library of Wales! One of the great libraries of the world where you'll find a mountain of knowledge about Wales and the world - millions of books on every subject, thousands of manuscripts and archives, maps, pictures and photographs, films and music and electronic information.

Or a stroll along the promenade, check out the Ceredigion Museum and enjoy the shops.
Aberystwyth Art

Aberystwyth Arts Centre

The award winning Aberystwyth Arts Centre is Wales’ largest arts centre and facilities includes the Great Hall, Theatre, Galleries, Cinema, Craftshop, Bookshop, Workshop spaces, Pottery, Restaurant, Cafe and Bars.
National Library of Wales

National Library of Wales

The National Library is one of the great libraries of the world. Since 1911 it has enjoyed the right to collect, free of charge, a copy of every printed work published in Britain and Ireland
Ceredigion Museum & Gallery

Ceredigion Museum & Gallery

Ceredigion Museum: Encouraging Curiosity Welcome to Ceredigion museum, housed in a beautifully preserved Edwardian theatre. We are situated in the heart of Aberystwyth, near the seafront.


Enjoy a stroll along the promenade and catch the early evening train back to Machynlleth leaving at 17.30, 18.32 or 19.30.


For a wide selection of places to stay, see:

Details of King Arthurs LabyrinthKing Arthurs Labyrinth

Beyond the waterfall the tales begin as you're guided through the mysterious labyrinth by your boatman; along winding tunnels and into vast underground caverns - ancient Welsh legends about King Arthur, dragons, giants, battles and more. Dramatic scenes, light and sound bring the stories alive. Enjoy an exciting new finale - Dragon River. Your adventures underground have disturbed the Guardians of the Labyrinth. Will you avoid their clutches and return safely to the outside world?

The tales told are many of the earliest Welsh legends which celebrate the coming of Arthur, a king with extraordinary powers who defeated the Saxons and brought peace to our Islands.

Cool when hot and dry when wet, this is the perfect attraction for all ages in all weathers.

The adventure continues above ground with further attractions to explore.

In Lost Legends of The Stone Circle you'll find more mythical stories, intriguing characters and The Stone Circle as you navigate the snaking paths of a maze. Pick up clues from around the maze to complete our quiz and you'll win yourself a medal!

King Arthur's Labyrinth & Lost Legends of The Stone Circle start from the Corris Craft Centre which is also home to 9 craft studios and the resident designer-makers. Find unique handcrafted items for your home, garden and gifts for others. You can also drop by to make your own crafts.

Enjoy a delicious all-day menu in Y Crochan café; tasty locally sourced ingredients are used across the menu, look out for the seasonal specials. The outdoor seating overlooks the small children's play area, ideal for keeping an eye on your little ones.
The Larder, our Welsh Food and Drink Shop, is linked through an archway to the café. The Larder’s shelves are stocked with delicious products which have been grown, reared and produced in Wales.

With free parking and lots to do why not make a day of it...

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Tel: 01654 761584

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King Arthurs Labyrinth

Corris Craft Centre, Corris, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 9RF


Map reference: SH 752077
     Lat: 52.65277  Long: -3.84521
The King Arthur's Labyrinth adventure starts from the Corris Craft Centre on the main A487 road between Machynlleth and Dolgellau.

The nearest train station is Machynlleth (6 miles) and there's local public transport serving the village of Corris. Regular buses travel from Aberystwyth, Dolgellau and Machynlleth: X27 and T2 stop right outside and the 34 stops in the viallage of Corris (a 10 minute walk away).

Various cycle routes pass close by; NCN route 8, Lon Las (North), Lon Las Cymru and Southern Snowdonia Circular.

Parking : free

Public Transport : 6 miles from Machynlleth station

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