This museum is in the Coliseum, which opened in 1905 as a theatre, then served as a cinema promising 'amusement without vulgarity', from...
Commanding the junction of Great Darkgate and Pier Sts, Aberystwyth's clock tower is a replacement for the 1858 original, which had...
The top-heavy Royal Pier lumbers out to sea under the weight of a pub, nightclub, pizzeria and cheerfully tacky amusement arcade.
Spacious, simple and student-friendly, the Horse has an open, modern feel and big windows for watching activity on the street. It's...
If you've ever wondered how Italian food tastes when made with Welsh ingredients – think pizzas and calzones with Welsh pork sausage or...
14 Baker St · interesting places nearby
Spread over two floors of a Victorian house above an organic grocer, this excellent cafe uses local produce in a wide range of tempting dishes catering equally to vegetarians, vegans and meat lovers. Perhaps the best best in town for lunch (noon to 3.30pm), it serves imaginative fare such as harissa roast chicken, or rice noodles with greens, gyoza and shiitake broth.