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King Arthur's Labyrinth
"Best Visitor Attraction in Mid Wales" in the National Tourism Awards 2018.
Found deep beneath the mountains of Southern Snowdonia in the village of Corris, King Arthur's Labyrinth is one of the most mysterious visitor attractions in Mid Wales. You'll sail with a mysterious hooded boatman, through a magical underground waterfall - your gateway to the dark ages and a time of myth, magic, dragons, giants and King Arthur himself.
As you explore the vast underground caverns and winding tunnels of the Labyrinth you will find stories of dragons fortelling Celtic glory, stories of giants - one was so colossal he waded across the Irish Sea, of King Arthur's final battle - the Battle of Camlan and more; all brought to life throgh dramatic scenes, ligth and sound.
A cool attraction when hot, a dry attraction when wet; King Arthur's Labyrinth is a real adventure for all ages.
Back above ground is a further attraction, Lost Legends of The Stone Circle, where you
navigate the snaking paths of a maze to find intriguing characters waiting to tell you their stories. At the centre of this bewitching attraction, find our dramatic stone circle the portal through which our cast of characters emerged...
Building on ancient Welsh traditions of passing on legends by word of mouth, The Stone Circle is an enchanted world awash with tales long since forgotten. Inspired by Celtic myths, this simple maze is filled with sculptural figures of fairies, changelings and giants, Druid Ruins and The Stone Circle. Find the stories as you follow the open air pathways. Pick up clues from around the maze to complete our quiz and you will win yourself a medal.
Lost Legends of The Stone Circle is right next to King Arthurs Labyrinth.
The on site Y Crochan Cafe serves delicious food and drink all day with free WIFI. It's right next to King Arthurs Labyrinth, Lost Legends of The Stone Circle and the Corris Craft Centre studios in Mid Wales. Y Crochan cafe is light, bright and modern with views, all around, of the densely wooded hillsides of the Corris valley.
Lots of exciting, locally produced ingredients are sourced to create a range of mouthwatering dishes which are served throughout the day. The menu includes a popular All Day Breakfast and a selection of delicious Welsh Rarebits
Linked from Y Crochan cafe , through an archway is a Welsh food and drink shop "Bwtri Y Crochan" which translates into English as "The Y Crochan Larder". The Cafe now has its own larder, we use it and you can too...
The Larder is stocked with a delicious range of Welsh food and drink much of which as been grown, reared or produced just a few miles from Corris. There is also a growing range of Y Crochan baked items including an award winning Bara Brith. Many of the products found in The Larder have been awarded a coveted True Taste award. You will find a good selection of Welsh cheeses including cheddars, goats cheese and other soft cheeses, butter, milk, pates, preserves, honey, jam, biscuits, cakes, apple juice, sauces, dressings, a range of Welsh whiskeys and liqueurs, 34 different bottled beers, 11 different ciders and much more. Welsh food and drink Gift Hampers are now available or you can make your own bespoke hampers by choosing from our growing range of produce. Come along and find a little taste of Wales to take away with you or to give to someone special, they make great presents.
Call in for morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea; hot and cold meals are served throughout the day.
Y Crochan can seat up to 100 people, making it a perfect meal stop for coaches and groups. Further seating is available outside, much of which overlooks the small childrens play area, ideal for keeping an eye on your little ones. High chairs and a bottle warming facility are available.