Newbridge Memo is a Grade II and Grade II* listed building in the heart of Newbridge, south Wales. The Institute building which opened in 1908 is a lasting monument to the miners who worked so hard to build it. The Memorial Hall built in 1924 serves as a memorial to the local servicemen who lost their lives during World War One.
Caerphilly County Borough's newest country park! Enter the park through one of the eleven sculpted gateways and enjoy walks along the Rhymney River and through woodlands.
Parc Coetir Bargod
Parc Coetir Bargoed
From the 'Highpoint' observatory you get spectacular views across the County Borough, from here you cannot miss 'Sultan' the UK's largest figurative earth Sculpture.
Near Ystrad Mynach/Gelligaer
CaerphillyCF82 7GL 01443 816853
A beautiful historic religious place of worship, Groeswen Chapel is set on the slopes of Mynydd Meio, overlooking Caerphilly. The Chapel is a grade 2* listed building of National interest, with a graveyard, which contains the remains of Wales most notable preachers, musicians and literary figures, earning the Chapel the title of 'Westminster Abbey of Wales'.
The Winding House in New Tredegar is the museum for the Caerphilly County Borough - with fascinating and engaging exhibitions, the remarkable Victorian winding engine, an exciting events programme and the "best cup of coffee in the Valleys" (according to some regular visitors). What's more, admission is FREE!
Visitors today step into the Manor House restored and furnished as it would have been in 1645. All the furnishings in the rooms are accurate reproductions of items from the time of the Prichards and many of the originals can be found in the Museum of Welsh Life at St. Fagans.
Visit Wales' best preserved canal feeder reservoir. This is popular summertime family park with safe, flat open spaces to picnic, fly a kite, kick a ball or just laze by the waters edge.
Pen Y Fan Pond Country Park
Nr. Oakdale01495 270991
The Y Galeri features a changing programme of work from some of Wales' well known artists, as well as a diverse range of work by a number of emerging artists.
Butetown, this model village was one man's dream of quality workers housing at a time when other ironmasters were debating whether or not the lower classes could even use a toilet. Nestled at the top of the Rhymney Valley, it is an architectural gem.