King Arthur's Labyrinth

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Situated on the main A487 between Machynlleth and Dolgellau. There are regular buses from Machynlleth, Dolgellau and Aberystwyth to Corris.  T2 stops right outside and 34 stops in the village of Corris.

There is ample free car parking with blue badge spaces within a few yards of the main reception.

Disabled toilets for both men and women are available together with baby changing facilities. There is room for a wheelchair in the disabled toilet but limited space for a carer.

There is also a high dependency Changing Places unisex toilet accessible by a RADAR key. Unfortunately, the hoist in this unit is currently out of order and we are waiting for it to be fixed. Everything else is working and available for you to use.

Tours of the Labyrinth are guided and times vary according to public demand. Please ask at Reception.

The entrance to the Labyrinth is accessed via a gravel slope with an approximate half mile walk inside the caverns on gravel paths. The walking speed is preset to link in with the timings of the underground show and is a steady walk of about 1.5mph. There are three steps into the boat and three steps out of the boat inside the caverns. The underground caverns have a low level of lighting.

For most of the time underground, most people will be able to walk upright except for very tall visitors who may have to stoop in places. There are 2 low tunnels of approximately 5 metres in length that are walked through twice, where most adults and taller children will have to duck down.

Wheelchair access into the Labyrinth is unavailable due to the lack of a suitable route for a wheelchair accessible emergency exit.

Prams and pushchairs are not allowed in the Labyrinth.

No dogs are allowed underground other than guide dogs which are allowed at their owner’s risk. Please talk to us about the conditions which your guide dog will encounter.

A further attraction The Welsh Legends Maze is above ground and consists of a simple flat maze with gravel pathways. The pathways are wide enough to enable access for wheelchairs, prams and buggies. There are 7 mythical stories hidden around the maze to be found and enjoyed. There is a resting area at each story comprising of a wooden bench. The stories can be enjoyed in Welsh or English. The maze covers approximately 100 metres2.

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