Presteigne LD8 2AD
Explore the fascinating world of the Victorian judges, their servants and felonious guests. From the stunningly restored judge's apartments to the dingy servants' quarters below, wander through their gaslit world. Additional collections include photographs and objects relevant to the Radnorshire Constabulary and the building's life as a court.
Llanfyllin SY22 5LD
Llanfyllin Workhouse is owned and run by the community for the community as an arts and education centre. The Workhouse History Group is carrying out research into the history of the building and of the Llanfyllin Poor Law Union. Historical exhibitions have been held and it is planned to develop further educational resources and ultimately a Workhouse History Centre.
National Cycle Collection
The Automobile Palace, Temple Street
Llandrindod Wells LD1 5DL
How big is a Penny Farthing's wheel? And just how uncomfortable were those early bikes compared with today's hi-tech versions? Journey through the lanes of cycle history and see bicycles from 1819, such as the Hobby Horse, Boneshakers and Penny Farthings up to the most modern Raleigh cycles of today. See historic shop replicas including early lamp collections.
Newtown Textile Museum
5-7 Commercial Street
Newtown SY16 2BL
The Textile Museum is situated at 5-7 Commercial Street in Newtown.The building is a fine example of a typical early 19th century weaving shop. It consists of two floors of back-to-back cottages.
Old Parliament House & Owain Glyndwr Centre
Old Parliament House
Machynlleth SY20 8EE
The low, stone built 16th century townhouse known as Old Parliament House on a site in Machynlleth traditionally associated with Owain Glynd_r. The adjoining timber framed building on the right was built as the Owain Glynd_r Institute in 1911 by Lord Davies of Llandinam.
Powis Castle & Garden - National Trust
Welshpool SY21 8RF
A magnificent collection of paintings, sculpture, furniture and tapestries reflects the changing needs and ambitions of the Herbert and Clive families. A superb collection of treasures from India is displayed in the Clive Museum.
Crickhowel NP8 1RD
For over 900 years Tretower Court and Castle have been altered, adjusted and adapted to keep up with the style and tastes of the time. Now you can see what the kitchen and great hall may have looked like around 1470.