National Library of Wales
Houses entertaining exhibitions on Aberystwyth's history – everything from old chemist furnishings to hand-knitted woollen knickers and...
Aberystwyth Arts Centre
Stages opera, drama, dance and concerts, plus there's a cinema, bookshop, art gallery, bar and cafe. The centre is on the Penglais...
Candlelit, warm and friendly, this smart restaurant serves up an imaginative menu of tasty, well-presented meals in a bistro-style...
Lonely Planet review
Sitting proudly on a hilltop half a mile east of town, the National Library is a cultural powerhouse, holding millions of books in many languages. The Hengwrt Room is where it displays all of the really important stuff, such as the 12th-century Black Book of Carmarthen (the oldest existing Welsh text) and the 13th-century Tintern Abbey Bible. Other galleries display an ever-stimulating set of changing exhibitions.