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Fascinating collection of coracles and associated artefacts from Wales and around the world. The guided tour was very interesting and well worth the modest charge. The museum is beside the Cenarth Falls in the grounds of a disused 17th century watermill, entry to which is...More
Cenarth is a beautiful setting for this museum . Surprisingly ,the river had very little water in it when we visited which is possibly the only downside to the lovely weather .
In the museum , we had a guided tour with loads of interesting...More
A small museum but very informative. And the guy who runs it was such a lovely interesting man who knows his stuff, and made the visit that bit more interesting. Also set in the most wonderful little village, gorgeous place, we even got to see...More
A weekend without children doing things that they wouldn’t appreciate led us to the coracle museum. It looks small from outside and on entering you are in the gift shop. The gentleman who runs it was amazing. He took us into the museum and explained...More
The guide really knows what he's talking about. A sentimental journey of sorts for me as I visited many years ago. Bought various things in the shop too. Next door is a mill, apparently very often filmed for adverts etc. because it's next to the...More
The museum cost £3.50 per adult and there is so much to see we were all surprised. We chatted to the Coracle Museum Advisor and he was really informative. Allow yourself a couple of hours to get the most of this place. You will be...More
Situated in the grounds of a seventeenth century disused flour mill - which obtained its water from the incredible Cenarth Falls on the River Teifi. The introduction to the Coracle Centre started with a fascinating history of Coracles around the world. The Museum possessed a...More