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Famous waterfall and fascinating industrial site with tin workers' exhibition
Set in a steep gorge, this place demonstrates the power of water and its impact on industry.
Our film 'Reflections on Tin' traces its 400-year history, from 1584, including a visit by the famous artist JMW Turner.
An early water-powered tin works was the last industry here. Today the waters of the River Dulais are used to make Aberdulais Falls self-sufficient in environmentally friendly energy. It has the largest electricity-generating waterwheel in Europe.
Lifts enable you to access the cinema and the upper levels for excellent views of the falls.