Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal
Brecon is the northern terminus of this canal, built between 1799 and 1812 for the movement of coal, iron ore, limestone and...
Brecknock Museum & Art Gallery
Behind the stolid neoclassical exterior of the former shire hall is the town's museum, currently undergoing a significant restoration...
South Wales Borderers Museum
This regimental museum commemorates the history of the Royal Regiment of Wales, which is based in Brecon. Many of the soldiers are...
This attractive canalside theatre complex is the town's main venue for drama, dance, comedy and music. It's worth checking the program,...
Slightly dingy but agreeable Nepalese restaurant, decorated with rustic scenes of the Himalayas. The food – lightly spiced curries and...
Lonely Planet review
Dragonfly Cruises runs 2½-hour canal boat trips; there are departures once or twice daily on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday (plus Thursday in July, plus Tuesday, Thursday and Friday in August).