Aberdulais Falls, National Trust Wales


Aberdulais, near Neath

tel 01 639 636674

The falls have been the site of various power schemes over the last 300 years. Ranging from water power in the 16th century to hydro-electricity today.

The new waterwheel is the largest in use in Britain to generate electricity. And visitors to the site are shown the turbine house, and the fish pass, for fish to safely bypass the turbines.

Scissor lifts enable you to obtain marvellous views over the river and the falls themselves

Open April 1 to Nov 1 from 10 to 5 on Monday to Friday, 11 to 6 on Sat and Sun (also open March on Sat & Sun only)

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