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Offa's Dyke Centre


West Street

Contact Details

Tel: 01547 528753
We are currently closed for a major refurbishment, re-opening in spring 2021.

The Offa's Dyke Centre is the home of the Offa's Dyke Association. A membership-based charity, founded in 1969, we are the friends' group for both Offa's Dyke the 8th century border earthwork monument and Offa's Dyke Path National Trails.

The Centre is your first port of call to find out about King Offa, his Dyke, the National Trail and the wider Welsh border region. Browse our interpretive displays, visit our book and souvenir shop and then enjoy a tea or coffee with one of our famous cakes.

Our on-line shop stocks the full range of maps and guidebooks to Offa's Dyke Path as well as guidebooks to shorter day walks along the Dyke and border. Don't set out without your walkers' Passport (£5) sales of which support our conservation fund for conservation projects the length of the Dyke and Trail. Visit

The Centre is also equipped for conferences, there are both large and small meeting rooms for hire and we are a licenced wedding venue.

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The Offa's Dyke Centre in Knighton is found on West Street (B4355) to the north of the town.
Knighton is situated close to the Welsh/English border on the A488 road. It is 14 miles from the A44 and A483 close to Llandrindod Wells and 14 miles from the A49 near Ludlow.
Knighton is on the Heart of Wales railway line with 4 services a day in each direction. There is also additional local public transport in and around the area.

Knighton is part of the Radnor ring cycle path and the NCN route 825.

The Offa's Dyke national trail passes through this town and the Glyndwrs Way national trail begins in this town.

Prices and opening

Free entry