I spent a really enjoyable hour at the museum and enjoyed both the coracle room and a stroll down to the mill. The coracle room was full of interesting information and it was easy to digest as it was written in short bursts which held my interest. There were lots of photographs and local recollections in addition to the coracles themselves and I found both the lady and gentleman helpful, knowledgeable and really friendly. I would have liked a few ordinary postcards of coracles but otherwise I was glad I had visited. I also enjoyed a really nice lunch at the Tea Rooms right next door to the museum. A stroll by the falls finished off a few really pleasant hours in the village.
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