Plan Your Visit
Plan your visit and your day out at this exciting attraction - one of the most mysterious attractions in Mid and North Wales.
King Arthur's Labyrinth is an underground attraction set in an old Welsh slate mine, it's exciting and enjoyable. With its unusual setting, please plan ahead for your underground visit and read the information contained in the menu to the left.
It's surrounded by other attractions and shops, with so many things to do and free parking, you could plan to make it a day out! Read on...
King Arthur's Labyrinth and Lost Legends of The Stone Circle are now closed for the winter months and will reopen on Saturday 1st April 2017 for the Welsh Year of Legends. We will be revealing some new surprises for this special year. Our neighbouring attraction / activity Corris Mine Explorers opens all year round - advance booking is highly recommended.
Tickets for our 2017 boats are now available to book on line – please use the Book Tickets Online button to the left. If you're an early riser you might fancy our new Early Dragon sailings for the Summer Holidays - save 10% when you book online. Advance booking is highly recommended particularly for the busy months of July and August.
If, when you arrive, you haven't already booked your boat seats on line then we stongly advise that, one of the first things to do is visit the team at the King Arthur's Labyrinth reception (at the top of the Corris Craft Centre) and they'll help you to book your boat seats. If you've time to spare waiting for your boat to sail, you can browse the 9 craft centre studios, enjoy delicious food and drink in the café (with free WIFI) and enjoy the other attractions on site including a small children's play area.
For information on our Opening Times, Prices, How to Find us, guidance on What to Wear and for a copy of our Access Statement please choose from the menu to the left. When planning a visit to King Arthur's Labyrinth, we strongly advise that you also read the Essential Information and if your group includes very young children, please also read the Bringing Young Children section.
Please note that during periods of extremely persistent heavy rain the pathways in the underground caverns occasionally flood which makes it difficult to walk through the Labyrinth. Sometimes it takes 24 hours for the rain water to seep through the rocks so the Labyrinth may be flooded a day after the heavy rain. In such weather conditions, we advise that you contact us, in advance of traveling, to ensure that underground trips into the Labyrinth are running.