Bedwellty Park

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Bedwellty Park: The Ice House consists of an upper building of stone with a brick-lined chamber below. Built in 1818 it functioned to store ice for domestic purposes. Also there is to see the bandstand restored to its Edwardian look, the gazebo, duck ponds, and lump of coal - 15 tons hewn in a single block for the great exhibition in1851.

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Take the Tredegar turn off the A465 Heads of the Valley Road. Proceed along the bypass road and take the third exit at the fifth roundabout. Travel along Promenade D’Orvault and up the hill and park in the public car park in Morgan Street, approx. 100 meters down from the town clock.

Visitors travelling from the south along the A4048 should take the first exit on the second roundabout on the Tredegar Bypass. Travel along Promenade D’Orvault and up the hill and park in the public car park in Morgan Street, approx. 100 meters down from the town clock.

Admission

Opening times for the Ice House:
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
14:00 - 17:0014:00 - 17:0014:00 - 17:0014:00 - 17:0014:00 - 17:0014:00 - 17:0014:00 - 17:00


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Free

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