12 miles of breath taking scenery will be enjoyed when you step aboard Aberystwyth’s famous Vale of Rheidol Steam Railway. Relax and enjoy the stunning views as you wind your way up the edge of the valley to Devil’s Bridge with its amazing waterfalls. A great day out for all the family! Dates Open 16/02/19 to 1/11/19 Opening Times: Regular services throughout the year. Special Events available please visit our website. Admission Fee: Adult (Return) £23, (Child 3 – 15) £10, Dogs £3. Please see website for full list of fares. Tel 01970 625819 www.rheidolrailway.co.uk [email protected]
There a lot of steam railways in Wales but only a few make it into our Top 100 attractions. The Vale of Rheidol Railway's main purpose was carrying lead ore and tourists right from the outset and been a major tourist attraction. Briskly chugging through the Vale you could quite easily cast yourself back to Victorian times, and see exactly what they would of seen in this largely unspoilt valley, taking you all the way to another Top 100 Attraction, Devils Bridge and Falls a marriage made in heaven for over a hundred years. The railway is a registered charity and every penny you pay for your ticket gets put back into making sure this railway continues to carry tourists for another hundred years.
A visit to Aberystwyth is not complete without a stroll along the Heavenly picturesque seafront. Built in 1864, the mile long Victorian promenade possesses the oldest pier in Wales, and standing 430 feet