The birthplace of Joseph Parry, well known Welsh composer, has been restored as an 1800's ironworker's cottage. Upstairs there's a very interesting exhibition about the composer's life.
The opening hours are limited; just April-Sept, Sat & Sun, 2-5pm but you can visit at other times by appointment. It's staffed by very knowledgable volunteers who were really friendly & welcoming when I visited.
It's on the Taff Trail (National Cycle Network Route 8), so a very nice place to visit when cycling.
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