17. Brecon Cathedral & Heritage Centre
Brecon Cathedral is of Norman foundation and has a 16th Century tithe barn. The Heritage Centre within the restored tithe barn contains reconstructions, audio-visual displays and a shop.
All buildings are accessible with a ramp into the cathedral itself. The cathedral is open every day. Please telephone for opening times and admission charges for the Heritage Centre.
How to get there: The cathedral is just off the B4520, Priory Hill, 750 metres from Brecon town centre.
Nearest town or village: Brecon.
OS Grid Reference: Explorer Map OL12 or Landranger Map 160 -SO 044 290.
Facilities: There is an accessible restaurant (Pilgrim's) on site which uses locally sourced ingredients. Brecon can be reached by public transport from mid and south Wales.
Parking: There is a car park next to the cathedral and access to the cathedral is through a narrow kissing gate. The kissing gate has the facility to be widened by releasing four latches at ground level.
Toilets: The toilets, including a disabled access toilet are situated next to Pilgrim’s restaurant.