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All reviews miniature railway local history beautiful grounds splash pad worth a visit industrial revolution tennis courts art gallery iron industry feed the ducks duck pond large lake lovely park walk around scones free entry play area
Very Good Value for Money . Cosy Vintage Tea Room Style Area for serving Lunch and snacks . Very accommodating staff and spotlessly clean establishment . A wide variety of snacks to meet everyone’s taste buds . Afternoon Tea is also very popular here ....More
Visited with a coach party. Disabled entrance not well signposted, one of the party had to go inside via the main entrance which is up some very steps to ask where disabled entrance was. The Disabled entrance is via a cobble stoned area which is...More
Went with my mum and had a lovely stroll around both the castle and the grounds.
The history museum in the castle is very interesting lots of details about the glory days of the steel production in South Wales - great to see the history...More
I spent an afternoon at Cyfarthfa. Set in beautiful parkland, it housed a surprising mix of exhibitions that gave a fascinating insight into Merthyr Tydfil social’history. I particularly enjoyed the Hoover display which included a twin tub. The cafe does a delicious cream tea and...More
Very imposing iconic Welsh building. Sensational views from the outer grounds.
Nice grounds to walk on with the lake and gardens. Cynon valley museum on the ground floor. Cyfarthyr family museum on 1st floor. Wonderful opulence. Must visit
Make sure whichever car park area you enter by you are aware you can park by the house.
The house and museum is worth visiting. £2 per adult. The museum doesn’t start well but picks up. Lots to read and portraits to see.
Set above Merthyr, overlooking a lake and gardens, this castle is a delightful museum and park. The displays are interesting and informative particularly about the local coal mining, iron industry and social history. There are also displays of archeology , natural history and ceramics. The...More
Had walked around the grounds and enjoyed the views and peace and quiet. The natural beauty and unspoilt paths. Nice to see the squirrels playing and the normality of the estate without it being spoilt. We popped inside for a coffee and scones. The lady...More