Caves & Mining

King Arthur's Labyrinth

Powys - Machynlleth

United Kingdom

  • Family Fun

Taking the kids out for the day to King Arthur's Labyrinth in Powys - Free Stuff!

CONTACT INFO

01654 761584
web@kingarthurslabyrinth.co.uk
Corris Craft Centre
Corris
Machynlleth
Powys
SY20 9RF
United Kingdom

ON PEAK WORKING HOURS

START END
March October
Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
Monday 10:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 17:00

OFF PEAK WORKING HOURS

START END
November February
Sunday Closed
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday Closed
Saturday Closed

ADMISSIONS

Entry

Adult Price ( £ 9.95 )
Child Price ( £ 6.65 ) *Age Limit 4 - 15 Years
  • Under 3 sail for FREE
Senior Price ( £ 8.75 ) *

Parking & Other

Free parking
Other Fees
  • Child Admission to Lost Legends of The Stone Circle 2016 ( £ 2.90 )
  • Adult Admission to Lost Legends of The Stone Circle 2016 ( £ 4.95 )
  • Senior Admission to Lost Legends of The Stone Circle 2016 ( £ 4.35 )

DESCRIPTION

This storytelling adventure is time travel at its best as you’re swept underground by a mysterious hooded boatman and through a magical waterfall; your gateway to the Dark Ages and to the life and times of King Arthur.

Once docked, your boatman guides you around the vast caverns and winding tunnels of the Labyrinth where you’ll find ancient stories of King Arthur and other Welsh legends too.

Stories of dragons, giants, the lady of the lake and the Battle of Camlan – King Arthur’s final battle. Dramatic scenes, light and sound help to bring these stories to life.
A real adventure for young and old whatever the weather.

King Arthur's Labyrinth is an underground attraction set in an old Welsh slate mine, it's exciting and enjoyable.  Please wrap up warm whatever the weather above ground and wear sensible footwear.

King Arthur's Labyrinth starts from the Corris Craft Centre with 9 Craft studios, hands-on and fun activities and other exciting attractions. With so much to do, make a day of it with free all-day parking too.

Tickets for our 2016 boats are available to book online. Advance booking is highly recommended particularly for the busy months of July and August.If, when you arrive, you haven't already booked your boat seats on line then we stongly advise that, one of the first things to do is visit the team at the King Arthur's Labyrinth reception (at the top of the Corris Craft Centre) and they'll help you to book your boat seats. 


If you've time to spare waiting for your boat to sail, you can browse the 9 craft centre studios, enjoy delicious food and drink in the café (with free WIFI) and enjoy the other attractions on site including a small children's play area. 

Please note that during periods of extremely persistent heavy rain the pathways in the underground caverns occasionally flood which makes it difficult to walk through the Labyrinth. Sometimes it takes 24 hours for the rain water to seep through the rocks so the Labyrinth may be flooded a day after the heavy rain. In such weather conditions, we advise that you contact us, in advance of traveling, to ensure that underground trips into the Labyrinth are running.

ONSITE FACILITIES

  • School Deals

DIRECTIONS

The underground attraction of King Arthur’s Labyrinth in southern Snowdonia starts from the Corris Craft Centre on the border of mid Wales and north Wales.

Driving by Car

Sat Nav: SY20 9RF We're easy to find on the main A487 road between Machynlleth and Dolgellau.  Approximate travelling times (with great scenery) from these towns are: Aberdovey - 25 minutes, Aberystwyth - 40 minutes, Newtown - 50 minutes, Welshpool - 1 hour, Aberaeron - 1 hour & 10 mins,  Caernarfon - 1 hour & 20 mins and Shrewsbury 1 1/2 hours.

Free Car and Coach Parking.

Car Free Travel There are direct trains from Birmingham to Machynlleth every two hours.
There are regular buses from Aberystwyth, Dolgellau and Machynlleth: X27 and T2 stop right outside the attraction and 34 stops in the village of Corris. 
Sustrans Cycle Route 8 passes nearby.
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