Summer of Arts
Follow in the footsteps of artists and poets and get creative this summer.
Allow your creative juices to flow and have a go at some watercolour sketches of Aberdulais. Every weekday they’ll be artist easels and watercolours dotted about for you to have a go and release your inner artist.
4th - 30th September
See Industrial Aberdulais, through the eyes of artists.
Aberdulais has been a hive of activity for art for centuries, with artists including Ruskin, Turner and Bonner travelling here to paint the corn mills and the waterfall.
We’re hosting an exhibition from Richard Allen – the Sky Landscape Artist of the Year winner who painted Aberdulais during the final of the televised 2016 competition. His winning artwork, along with other pieces showcasing his creativity, will be exhibited at Aberdulais.
An exhibition from local photographer Alixzandra Wiseman, showcasing the beautiful images of the local waterfalls and surrounding area.
Our car park is a bit on the small side, so if it's full when you arrive, there is free parking on the road (3 hour time limit). There's limited space in the disabled section in the lay-by (approx 2 cars).
We have a lovely little tea-room, full of history and character (the Old School House tea-room), serving hot and cold food, as well as cakes, snacks and drinks. The tea-room serves hot food between 12-3pm, but there's an array of sandwiches and pasty's served outside of these times. There's also take-away options if you wish to grab something and go.
Picnic tables are located around the site, and if you bring a blanket (if the weather is good) you can relax on the lawn.
And finally....thank you...
Every time you come to visit us, you're helping to keep Aberdulais special for future generations.
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