Trawsfynydd Visitor Information

The village of Trawsfynydd was birthplace and home to the famous Welsh Poet, Hedd Wyn. A plaque marks his birthplace and there is a memorial to the man in the village centre.

Llys Ednowain Heritage Centre, a small museum in the centre of the village hosts a mulitymedia, interactive exhibition concerning the rich history and folklore of the surrounding area.

On the bleak hills above Trwsfynydd stands Tomen y Mur, a Roman fort Complex built in AD 78 and abandoned in AD 140. A Norman era Motte now dominates the site.

Immediately north of the village, at the head of Llyn Trawsfynydd, the Visitors' Centre offers fishing, canoeing and bike rental facilities. It also marks the start of the South Snowdonia Greenway, a 43 km route running down to the coast at Barmouth.

What's on in Trawsfynydd?
For a comprehensive guide to all the events and activities in Trawsfynydd and the surrounding area please visit the Mawddach Estuary Events page.

Local Arts & Crafts
To view local arts and crafts produced in Trawsfynydd and the surrounding area please visit Mawddach Crafts.

Accommodation
A number of properties in the village offer B&B accommodation.

Public Transport
Click here to access a public transport journey planner.


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