Iron Age hill fort site of first cathedral
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Slate mines with cafe, shop, play area and childrens farm park
Llanfair Slate Caverns
Northernmost cathedral in mainland Britain, built between 1866-1869 by Alexander Ross, who originally planned two spires to sit atop the two towers.
Image: (c) Dave Conner
Georgian mansion within a ‘Capability’ Brown garden
National Trust – Berrington Hall
Stone circle from between 715 and 900 BCE, on a site with impressive views
Cashelkeelty Stone Circles