Thomas Shop, Penybont – Situated in the village – http://www.thomas-shop.com/museum.php -Historic shop museum, cafe and wool emporium

Radnorshire Museum – Llandrindod Wells - http://www.powys.gov.uk/index.php?id=2118&L=0- - The Radnorshire Museum, part of Powys County Council Museum Service, can be found in the centre of Llandrindod Wells, holds artefacts relating to the former county of Radnorshire and is housed in the old Carnegie Library.

The Hall at Abbey Cwm Hir – Historic Hall and gardens open to the public daily -http://www.abbeycwmhir.com/index.php/history-and-setting37.html

Abbey Cwm Hir ruins, village and church – http://www.abbeycwmhir.org.uk/ set in a unique valley, Abbey Cwn hir is well worth a visit – it is a beautiful spot. The name Abbeycwmhir derives from the Cistercian monastery built here in 1143 and translates as Abbey in the long (hir) valley (cwm). Abbeycwmhir is also the burial place of the last native Prince of Wales "Llewellyn the Last".His head was taken to London and his body buried here,there is a memorial stone for him in the ruins of the old Abbey. The village sits in the base of the valley close to the Clewedog brook and is surrounded by hills.Glyndwrs Way national walking trail and cycle route 25 pass through the village making it an ideal location for these activities.

Judges Lodgings, Presteigne- http://www.judgeslodging.org.uk/- Once called ‘the most commodious and elegant apartments for a judge in all England and Wales' (Lord Chief Justice Campbell, 1855), decay beckoned Radnorshire's disused Shire Hall into obscurity. Now, aided by an interior hardly touched by time and original furnishings discarded in attics, extensive research and restoration has re-awakened this ‘Victorian fossil'.From the stunningly restored judge's apartments to the dingy servants' quarters below you can explore their gaslit world. Damp cells remind you of the building's true purpose, along with the vast courtroom where your imagination in captured by the echoing trial of William Morgan, local duck thief.

Offas Dyke Centre – Knighton - www.offasdyke.demon.co.uk/odc.htm The Centre forms the focus for activities based on the 8th Century earthwork built by Offa. Includes information on the interactive exhibition housed there.

Site of the battle of Pilleth- Bryn Glas Battlefield- http://www.canolfanglyndwr.org/wales-pilleth.php

The Centre forms the focus for activities based on the 8th Century earthwork built by Offa. Includes information on the interactive exhibition housed there. The church is open all the time and contains some articles and papers about the battle arranged in an informal way for visitors to read there. Substantial sections of the church stood at the time of the battle (majority of the tower) and the building probably played a role during the battle prior to being burnt by Glyndŵr!

Erwood Station Craft Centrehttp://www.erwood-station.co.uk/history-of-erwood-station-craft-centre?id=3- The Mid Wales Railway (MWR) opened its line from Llanidloes to Brecon in 1864, with many stations - Builth Wells and Erwood included - along its route.