Things To Do

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A. Llandrindod Lake Paddle Boats

 After many years Llandrindod Wells welcomes back Paddle Boats to our beautiful Lake. Come along and enjoy some fun time with your family and friends. Current availability on weekends and throughout the school holidays.

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B. The Lake

In the late 19th Century Llandrindod Wells was a prime Victorian tourist destination with thousands of visitors arriving each year to take advantage of the famous spa waters.

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C. Llandrindod Wells Heritage Trail

As part of the THI a town heritage trail was established across the town centre to highlight the achievements of the THI, identify key architectural styles and features so common to the town.

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D. Quackers Play Barn

Quackers is a family play centre, situated close to Newbridge-On-Wye, Llandrindod Wells, LD1 6HR (just off the A483 & A470). 

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E. The Radnor Indoor Bowls Centre

Radnorshire Indoor Bowling Centre has everything a bowler could need for a good day's play. The large indoor green is a modern, purpose-built facility. Superb 6 rink indoor bowling green to International standard.

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F. The Radnorshire Museum

The Radnorshire Museum, part of Powys County Council Museum Service, can be found in the centre of Llandrindod Wells, holds artefacts relating to the former county of Radnorshire and is housed in the old 
Carnegie Library.

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G. The National Cycle Museum

The National Cycle Collection is well sign posted on all routes into Llandrindod Wells, motorists should follow the brown 'Penny Farthing' signs to the car park at the rear of the Collection.

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H. The Powys County Archive Office

Opened as recently as 1991, Powys County Archives Office is located in Llandrindod Wells, and serves as the official repository for the records of the modern county of Powys (first established in 1974) and the three former counties of Brecon

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I. Golf Course & Club

In 1905 a group of local businessmen had the foresight to establish an 18-hole golf course on land overlooking the spa town of Llandrindod Wells to service the needs of the thousands of visitors that flocked to the town to "take the waters".

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J. The Rock Park & Heritage Centre

The Rock Park is a prominent park and woodland community space in Llandrindod Wells which was established in the Spa town’s Victorian heyday.

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The wells at Llandrindod had been resorted to as early 1696, when the Vaughans of Herefordshire stayed for three weeks to take the waters.
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The Central Wales line from Knighton to Llandrindod Wells was opened in 1865 putting Llandrindod Wells in easy reach of the urban centres of the North West, the midlands and South Wales.
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The 'season' lasted from May to mid September. Outside the pump rooms at the Rock Park and the Pump House Hotel the visitors queued each morning to take the waters, entertained by music from the orchestras.
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