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National Trust Aberdulais Tin Works and WaterfallAberdulais Falls

A beautiful spot for getting to grips with the history of the Vale of Neath and home of the UK’s largest electricity-generating water wheel, Aberdulais waterfall played an evident role in the industrialisation era.

With the raw mechanics of early industry on presentation plus a ‘tin man’ exhibition you will learn all about the important industrial heritage of this National Trust site. The waterfall is magnificent and to see it functioning to produce ‘green’ energy is even more impressive.

Access: Accessible to disabled visitors. A lift provides access through the turbine house and scissor lift provides views above the waterfall.
 
Contact: Aberdulais Falls Tourist Information Centre on 01639 636674 / www.nationaltrust.org.uk
 

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