COVID19 – UPDATE
After recent communication and guidance from the British Holiday Homes & Parks Association (BH&HPA) and careful consideration from Salop Caravans Sites and Bywater Leisure Parks Ltd the decision has been made to close by midnight 22/03/2020. Until such time is safely to re-open.
Visitors will have a chance to discover if things really do go bump in the night at a Victorian mine by joining a late-night Paranormal Investigation at The Silver Mountain Experience attraction in Mid Wales.
The investigations return to the attraction, at Llywernog, near Aberystwyth, after a hair-raising run in 2019, with tickets for dates in 2020 having recently been released.
A FALCONRY experience in Machynlleth has been named Wales’ ‘Outdoor Venue of the Year’.
The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) near Machynlleth is seeing huge increases in the number of tourists visiting to learn about sustainable living.
A Mid Wales attraction is promising ‘Wales’ most terrifyingly fun Halloween night out’ when Terror Mountain returns between October 18-31. Celebrating its fifth year of fear, Terror Mountain is the creation of the Silver Mountain Experience at Llywernog Silver-Lead Mine, Ponterwyd, near Aberystwyth and this year it has five hair-raising, goose bump inducing live action horror attractions.
The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) near Machynlleth continues its summer programme of events by hosting a nature-based wellbeing themed day for families on August Bank Holiday Monday.
Mid Wales’ talented songwriters and musicians are being invited to submit their original songs and music which could be used as the soundtrack for a new integrated marketing campaign promoting the region as a modern visitor destination.