King Arthur’s Labyrinth
King Arthur’s Labyrinth is an exciting visitor attraction in Corris, near Machynlleth.
An underground boat will take you magically through a waterfall and deep into the spectacular caverns under the Braichgoch mountain.
As visitors walk through the caverns, Welsh tales of King Arthur are told with tableaux and stunning sound and light effects.
Travel on a subterranean river deep into the caverns of Braichgoch Mountain for an experience you won’t forget. Learn about the original legends of King Arthur, the wizard Merlin, Avalon and much more.
Enter at your own peril and remember ….. be careful not to disturb the dragon!
King Arthur’s Labyrinth Opening Times
King Arthur’s Labyrinth opens every day from 19 March to 6 November 2005 between 10am and 5pm (last tour). Please phone 01654 761584 for details of Winter visits.
The tour of the Labyrinth includes a walk of half a mile through the caverns and the temperature underground is cool. Please wear warm clothes and sensible footwear.
Visitors travel into the Labyrinth in parties of 20, leaving every 15 minutes. Groups may book in advance but it is important that they arrive about 30 minutes before they are due to go underground as the tours leave promptly and groups have to go through the ticketing procedure and be fitted with helmets prior to their departure.
More Information About King Arthur’s Labyrinth
King Arthur’s Labyrinth also has a craft centre. gift shop, restaurant and much more to make a complete day out for all of the family. Visit the web site of King Arthur’s Labyrinth. http://www.kingarthurslabyrinth.co.uk