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Festival, Mon 21 - Sun 27 Aug 2017

Victorian Festival

Victorian Festival



Seven days & nights of Victorian fun activities and events. Whatever your age, you are bound to find something that will interest you, and bring a smile to your face, some might even find you breaking into fits of laughter.

The Victorian Festival in Llandrindod Wells was established in 1981, and continues to grow from strength to strength. Attracting some 35,000 visitors yearly to a town that has a population of only 5,000 is no mean feat, but the apparent ease with which it is done is largely due to the dramatic transformation achieved in the reversion to the Victorian era.

The effect of horses and carriages, Victorian window displays and the townspeople sporting a wide variety of appropriate costumes creates an atmosphere the effect of which is nothing short of miraculous.

The towns unspoilt architecture provides a perfect backdrop to the celebrations, and in Temple Gardens we have an ideal venue for the many different types of street entertainment provided free for the visitors and townsfolk throughout the day.

All tastes are accommodated; daily bandstand concerts, costume parades, children's workshops and magic shows are frequent, and there are many talks and exhibitions for those wishing to learn as they are entertained, as well as numerous trips to places of interest in the beautiful countryside surrounding Llandrindod.

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Event details

Dates Times
Mon 21 - Sun 27 Aug 2017



01597 829498





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Map reference: SO 060619  Lat: 52.24722 Long: -3.37825

By Car: Llandrindod Wells is on the A44 from Worcester/Leominster west; at Crossgates, A483 south.
By Train: Llandrindod railway station located in the town centre on the scenic Heart of Wales Line
By Bus: The TrawsCymru T4 service is a direct link between Cardiff and Newtown

Public Transport Information - www.Traveline.cymu journey planner or call 0800 464 00 00

Accessible by Public Transport: 0 miles from Llandrindod station


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